|Bishop of London|
|Elected||about 29 June 1259|
|Term ended||13 July 1262|
|Other post(s)||Dean of St Martin le Grand|
|Consecration||15 February 1260|
|Died||13 July 1262|
|Buried||before 16 July 1262|
|Monarch||Henry III of England|
|Preceded by||William of Kilkenny|
|Succeeded by||Nicholas of Ely|
Henry Wingham (died 1262) was a Lord Chancellor of England and Bishop of London.
Wingham was selected as Chancellor on 5 January 1255. His office was renewed by the baronial reformers in 1258,but he was replaced on 18 October 1260 by Nicholas of Ely.He held the prebend of Newington in the diocese of London as well as being a member of the papal chapel and the dean of St Martin le Grand.
Wingham was elected to the see of London about 29 June 1259, [ citation needed ] and consecrated on 15 February 1260.confirmed 11 July 1259,
Wingham died on 13 July 1262or 14 July 1262. There was a tomb memorial to him in the quire at Old St Paul's Cathedral.
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