Richard Middleton (Lord Chancellor)
|Archdeacon of Northumberland|
|Appointed||before 23 September 1271|
|Term ended||before 7 August 1272|
|Predecessor||Roger de Herteburn|
|Successor||Thomas de Birland|
|Other posts||Lord Chancellor|
|Died||7 August 1272|
29 July 1269 – before 7 August 1272
|Monarch||Henry III, Edward I|
|Preceded by||John Chishull|
|Succeeded by||Walter de Merton|
On 5 January 1270 Middleton was given the living of the church at Hemingbrough in the East Riding of Yorkshire by the cathedral chapter of Durham Cathedral. He was also Archdeacon of Northumberland, occurring in that office on 23 September 1271 and in 1272.
Middleton died on 7 August 1272.
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