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Thomas Hemenhale

Thomas Hemenhale
Bishop of Worcester
Diocese Diocese of Worcester
Term ended 30 March 1337 (death)
Predecessor Simon Montacute
Successor Wulstan Bransford
Other posts Bishop of Norwich-elect (1336–1337)
Orders
Consecration 30 March 1337
Personal details
Died 21 December 1338(1338-12-21)
Denomination Roman Catholic

Thomas Hemenhale (or Thomas Hempnall[1]) was a medieval Bishop of Norwich-elect and then Bishop of Worcester.

Hemenhale was elected to the see of Norwich on 6 April 1336 but was transferred to the see of Worcester on 14 March 1337 before he was consecrated at Norwich.[1]

Hemenhale was consecrated as Bishop of Worcester on 30 March 1337. He died on 21 December 1338.[2]

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Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
William Ayermin
Bishop of Norwich
1336–1337
Succeeded by
Antony Bek
Preceded by
Simon Montacute
Bishop of Worcester
1337–1338
Succeeded by
Wulstan Bransford
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