|Archbishop of Canterbury-elect|
|Elected||before October 1205|
|Quashed||before 20 December 1206|
|Successor||John de Gray|
|Other posts||sub-prior of Canterbury Cathedral|
Reginald was a medieval Archbishop of Canterbury-elect.
Reginald was the sub-prior of the cathedral chapter of Canterbury when the monks chose him to succeed Hubert Walter before October 1205. The election was quashed by the pope before 20 December 1206.
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- Knowles, M. D. (April 1938). "The Canterbury Election of 1205–6". The English Historical Review. 53 (210): 211–220. doi:10.1093/ehr/LIII.CCX.211. JSTOR 554203.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
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John de Gray
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