Reginald Pole was elected 12th Aug. 1527, and con- firmed 23rd Sept. He was deprived in or about 1537^^.
He became a cardinal, and archbishop of Canterbury.
A resignation of his deanery was exhibited in chapter
24th Jan. 1553-4. Simon Haynes, S.T.P., was elected i6th July 1537,
and confirmed on the 28th of the same month. He
died in 1552^^ James Haddon, A.M., was elected, and installed 10th
July 1553^'^. Deprived 1554^-^. Thoihas Reynold, elected 9th Feb. 1554-5; he was
deposed, and died 24th Nov. 1559, in prison ^4. Gregory Dodds was elected 10th Feb., and confirmed
25th, 1559-60. The archbishop's license to elect is dated 20th Jan. 1559-60^^ He died in 1570^^. George Carew, also dean of Windsor, was confirmed
1 2th Jan. 157071. The archbishop's mandate for
his installation is dated 12th Feb.67 He died in June
1583, setat. 85, and was buried in the church of St.
Giles-in-the- Fields, in the county of Middlesex. Stephen Townesende succeeded 5th Oct. 1583 6^,
and died in Sept. 1588^9. Matthew Sutcliffe, LL.D., was confirmed 27th Oct.
1588, and died in 162970. His will is dated ist Nov.
1628. William Peterson, S.T.P., dean of Carlisle^ was
elected i8th July 1629, and died 6th Dec. 166 1,
setat. 74^1. Seth Ward, '^!Y: .Y .^ precentor of this church, was elected
26th Dec. 1661, confirmed 13th Jan., and in the year
following was made bishop of this see 72.
60 Reg. Voysey, fol. 33. ^^ Heynes, p. 62.
61 Reg. Voysey, f. 89. An in- 65 Reg. Alley, fol. 57. quisition taken i6th July (i & 2 66 Reg. Parker. Phil. & Mar.) found that Joseph 67 Ibid.
Haynes his son by Joan his wife, 68 Reg. Exon.
wasaged5year8,andhisnextheir. 69 Reg. Wolton, fol. 12, 37.
62 Reg. Alley, fol. 3. 70 Jbid. fol. 37.
63 Chapter Act Book Exon. 71 Reg. Hall, fol. 12, 16. (dorse) Heynes, p. 58. 72 Reg. Gauden, fol. 23, 28!
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