Biographical Register of the English Cathedral Priories of the Province of Canterbury, c. 1066-1540

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APPENDIX
ARCHBISHOPS, BISHOPS, AND PRIORS IN
CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER
Note: Square brackets denote disputed and unsuccessful elections.
I
BATH [WELLS]

i
Bishops
John de Villula, 1088-1122
Godfrey, 1123-1135
Robert, 1136-1166
Reginald Fitzjocelin, 1173-1191
Savaric, 1191-1205
Jocelin of Wells, 1206-1242
Roger of Salisbury, 1244-1247
William Bitton I, 1248-1264
Walter Giffard, 1264-1266
William Bitton II, 1267-1274
Robert Burnell, 1275-1292
William of March, 1293-1302
Walter Haselshaw, 1302-1308
John Drokensford, 1309-1329
Ralph Shrewsbury, 1329-1363
John Barnet, 1363-1366
John Harewell, 1367-1386
Walter Skirlaw, 1386-1388
Ralph Erghum, 1388-1400
Henry Bowett, 1401-1407
Nicholas Bubwith, 1407-1424
John Stafford, 1424-1443
Thomas Bekynton, 1443-1465
Robert Stillington, 1465-1491
Richard Fox, 1492-1494
Oliver King, 1496-1503
Adriano de Castello, 1504-1518

II
CANTERBURY

i
Archbishops
Lanfranc, 1070-1089
Anselm, 1093-1109
Ralph d'Escures, 1114-1122
William de Corbeil, 1123-1136
Theobald, 1139-1161
Thomas Becket, 1162-1170
Richard of Dover, 1173-1184, monk of Christ Church, q.v.
Thomas Wolsey, 1518-1523
John Clerk, 1523

ii
Priors
John, 1106 x 1109, 1122
Benedict, 1136 x 1157
Peter, 1157 x [ 1175]
Hugh, 1174 x c. 1184
Walter, c. 1184
Robert de Bath, c. 1198-1223
Thomas, c. 1223-1261
Walter de Anno, 1261-1290
Thomas de Winton, 1290-1301
Robert de Clopcote, 1301-1332
Robert de Sutton, 1332
Thomas Crist, 1332-1340
John de Iforde, 1340-1359
John de Berewyk, c. 1362-1379
John de Dunster I, c. 1397-1412
John Telesford, 1412-1424
William Southbroke, ? 1425-1447
Thomas Lacok, 1447-? 1467
John Dunster II, c. 1468-1480
Peter [Twiverton], 1482
John Cantlow, ? 1489-1499
William Bride, 1499-1525
William Holleway, 1525-1539
Baldwin, 1184-1190
[ Reginald Fitzjocelin, 1191; see the entry under Bath]
Hubert Walter, 1193-1205
[ Reginald, 1205-1206, monk of Christ Church, q.v.]
[ John de Grey, 1205-1206]
Stephen Langton, 1206-1228
[ Walter de Eynsham, 1228-1229, monk of Christ Church

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Biographical Register of the English Cathedral Priories of the Province of Canterbury, c. 1066-1540
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Contents xi
  • Abbreviations of Words and Phrases xiii
  • General Bibliography of Works Cited with Abbreviations xv
  • Schema for the References in Each Section xx
  • General Introduction xxi
  • Bath Cathedral Priory 1
  • Canterbury Cathedral Priory 50
  • Coventry Cathedral Priory 336
  • Ely Cathedral Priory 377
  • Norwich Cathedral Priory 466
  • Rochester Cathedral Priory 577
  • Winchester Cathedral Priory 651
  • Worcester Cathedral Priory 754
  • Appendix - Archbishops, Bishops, and Priors in Chronological Order 902
  • Index of Names 911
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