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Archbishop of Canterbury

ANGLICAN OFFICE

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Thomas Arundel
Religion
1353 19-Feb-1414 Archbishop of Canterbury, 1396-1414
St. Augustine of Canterbury
Religion
? 26-May-604 AD First Archbishop of Canterbury
Thomas Becket
Religion
c. 1118 29-Dec-1170 Archbishop of Canterbury, 1162-70
George L. Carey
Religion
13-Nov-1935   Archbishop of Canterbury, 1991-2002
William Courtenay
Religion
c. 1342 31-Jul-1396 Archbishop of Canterbury, 1381-96
Thomas Cranmer
Religion
2-Jul-1489 21-Mar-1556 First Protestant Archbishop of Canterbury
William Laud
Religion
7-Oct-1573 10-Jan-1645 Archbishop of Canterbury, 1633-45
Matthew Parker
Religion
6-Aug-1504 15-May-1575 Archbishop of Canterbury, 1559-75
Robert Runcie
Religion
2-Oct-1921 11-Jul-2000 Archbishop of Canterbury, 1980-91
Gilbert Sheldon
Religion
1598 1677 Archbishop of Canterbury, 1663-77
Simon of Sudbury
Religion
? 14-Jun-1381 Archbishop of Canterbury, 1375-81
Stigand
Religion
? 22-Feb-1072 Archbishop of Canterbury, 1052-70
John de Stratford
Religion
? 23-Aug-1348 Archbishop of Canterbury, 1333-48
Archibald Campbell Tait
Religion
21-Dec-1811 3-Dec-1882 Archbishop of Canterbury, 1868-82
Frederick Temple
Religion
30-Nov-1821 23-Dec-1902 Archbishop of Canterbury, 1896-1902
William Temple
Religion
15-Oct-1881 26-Oct-1944 Archbishop of Canterbury, 1942-44
Hubert Walter
Judge
? 13-Jul-1205 Justiciar, Archbishop of Canterbury
William Warham
Religion
c. 1450 22-Aug-1532 Archbishop of Canterbury, 1504-32
Rowan Williams
Religion
14-Jun-1950   Archbishop of Canterbury


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