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Lewis de Beaumont

Lewis de Beaumont
Bishop of Durham
Church Catholic
See Diocese of Durham
In office 1317–1333
Predecessor Richard Kellaw
Successor Richard de Bury
Personal details
Died 24 September 1333

Lewis de Beaumont (died 1333) was Bishop of Durham. He was nominated on 9 February 1317, thanks to the efforts of his sister, Isabella de Vesci and was consecrated on 26 March 1318. He died on 24 September 1333.[1]



Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Richard Kellaw
Bishop of Durham
Succeeded by
Richard de Bury
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