|Bishop of Leicester|
|Installed||between 839 and December 840|
|Term ended||between December 840 and 844|
|Died||between December 840 and 844|
Ealdred was a medieval Bishop of Leicester.
Ealdred was consecrated between 839 and December 840. He died between December 840 and 844.
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Hræthhun Bishop of Leicester, died between 839 and December 840.
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| Bishop of Leicester |
c. 840-c. 842