Grindal, Edmund, 1519?-1583Alternative names
Archbishop of Canterbury.
From the description of Autograph letter signed : Fulham, to the Vidame de Chartres, 1569 July 25. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270499430
Archbishop of York and Canterbury.
From the description of Autograph letter signed : Fulham, to the Vidame de Chartres, 1569 Aug. 9. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270499416
Edmund Grindal (1519?-1583), bishop of London, later archbishop of York and of Canterbury.
Edmund Gibson was born in Bampton, Westmorland in 1669. A graduate of Queen's College, Oxford, his early interests lay in the field of Anglo- Saxon studies. Admitted to a fellowship at Queen's, he was appointed domestic chaplain to Thomas Tenison (1695-1715), Archbishop of Canterbury. A vigorous pamphleteer on behalf of Archbishop Tenison, Gibson became archdeacon of Surrey in 1710. His Codex Juris Ecclesiae Anglicanae appeared in the same year. Promoted to the see of Lincoln in 1716 he was translated four years later to the see of London and died at Bath in 1748. An intimate of Walpole until the rejection of the Quakers' Tithe Bill (1736), he was Sir Robert's closest counsellor on matters ecclesiastical.
From the guide to the 18th century copy of grant of Edmund Grindal to Roger Cholmeley, 1565., 1565, (University of St Andrews)
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