Gilbert Segrave

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Gilbert Segrave
Bishop of London
Elected17 August 1313
Term ended18 December 1316
Predecessor Ralph Baldock
Successor Richard Newport
Consecration25 November 1313
Personal details
Died18 December 1316
Pons, Poitou
DenominationRoman Catholic

Gilbert Segrave (1266 – 1316) was a medieval Bishop of London. He was the son of Nicholas Segrave, 1st Baron Segrave.

Segrave obtained the living of Kegworth, Leicestershire in 1279. He was then, with a dispensation for plurality, given the livings of both Harlaxton, Staffordshire in 1282 and Aylestone, Leicestershire in 1292.

Segrave was elected as Bishop of London on 17 August, that election confirmed on 17 September and consecrated on 25 November 1313. Segrave died on 18 December 1316. [1]


  1. Fryde, et al. Handbook of British Chronology p. 258

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Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Ralph Baldock
Bishop of London
Succeeded by
Richard Newport