|Bishop of Selsey|
|Term ended||between 979 and 980|
|Died||between 979 and 980|
Eadhelm was a medieval Bishop of Selsey.
Eadhelm attests documents from 963 to 979.
Eadhelm died between 979 and 980.
Eadberht of Selsey was an abbot of Selsey Abbey, later promoted to become the first Bishop of Selsey. He was consecrated sometime between 709 and 716, and died between 716 and 731. Wilfrid has occasionally been regarded as a previous bishop of the South Saxons, but this is an insertion of his name into the episcopal lists by later medieval writers, and Wilfrid was not considered the bishop during his lifetime or Bede's.
Sigeferth or Sigefirth or Sicgga, was the third Bishop of Selsey, consecrated in 733 by Tatwine, the Archbishop of Canterbury. Sigeferth was still bishop in 747, when he attended the Synod of Clofesho. His date of death was sometime between 747 and 765.
Eolla, Bishop of Selsey, was the successor of Eadberht, and seems to have previously been Abbot of Selsey, as he witnessed a charter of Noðhelm together with Osric and Eadberht. He seems to have succeeded as bishop in either 716 or 717. His date of death is sometime between 716 and 731.
Oswald was a medieval Bishop of Selsey, often called Osa for short.
Gislhere was an English Bishop of Selsey in the eighth century.
Tota was a Bishop of Selsey when Sussex was being ruled by Offa of Mercia.
Wihthun was an early medieval Bishop of Selsey.
Æthelwulf was an Anglo-Saxon Bishop of Selsey.
Cynered, was a Bishop of Selsey.
Guthheard was a medieval Bishop of Selsey.
Wighelm is a probable Bishop of Selsey.
Beornheah was a Bishop of Selsey.
Wulfhun was a Bishop of Selsey.
Ælfred or Alfred was an Anglo-Saxon Bishop of Selsey. Ælfred attests charters from 943 to 953. In 945 he received a grant of land from Edmund I. Ælfred died between 953 and 956.
Brihthelm or Beorhthelm was a Bishop of Selsey.
Æthelgar was Archbishop of Canterbury, and previously Bishop of Selsey.
Ordbriht was a monk at Glastonbury, Winchester, and then Abingdon until 964 when he was appointed Abbot of Chertsey by Æthelwold; Ordbriht attests as Bishop of Selsey from about 989 to 1007 or 1008.
Ælfmær was an Anglo-Saxon Bishop of Selsey.
Æthelric I was an Anglo-Saxon Bishop of Selsey.
Grimketel was an English clergyman who went to Norway as a missionary and was partly responsible for the conversion of Norway to Christianity. He initiated the beatification of Saint Olaf. On his return to England he became Bishop of Selsey and also for a time Bishop of Elmham. He was accused, by some, of being guilty of simony.
| Bishop of Selsey |
c. 963-c. 980