Reginald Brian

Reginald Brian
Bishop of Worcester
Church Catholic
See Diocese of Worcester
In office 1352–1361
Predecessor John de Thoresby
Successor John Barnet
Personal details
Died 10 December 1361
Previous post Bishop of St David's

Reginald Brian was a medieval Bishop of St David's and Bishop of Worcester. He was the son of Guy Brian, Baron Brian, brother of Guy Brian the younger, and brother-in-law of Alice Brian, better known as Alice de Bryene.[1]

Brian was consecrated Bishop of St David's on 26 September 1350 and translated to the see of Worcester on 22 October 1352.[2]

Brian died on 10 December 1361.[3]

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Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
John de Thoresby
Bishop of St David's
1350–1352
Succeeded by
Thomas Fastolf
Preceded by
John de Thoresby
Bishop of Worcester
1352–1361
Succeeded by
John Barnet
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