|Bishop of Salisbury|
|Elected||c. 6 March 1271|
|Term ended||24 April 1284|
|Predecessor||Walter de la Wyle|
|Other posts||Dean of Salisbury|
|Consecration||13 May 1274|
by Archbishop Robert Kilwardby, O.P. with co-consecrator Bishop Laurence of Saint Martin
|Died||24 April 1284|
Robert Wickhampton was a medieval Bishop of Salisbury.
Wickhampton was a canon of Salisbury before he was Dean of Salisbury by 17 January 1258. He was also a papal chaplain. He had a dispensation for his election to the bishopric due to his illegitimacy.He was elected to the see of Salisbury about 23 February 1271 and consecrated on 13 May 1274. He died on 24 April 1284. Before his death, he became blind, and a coadjutor was appointed to the see on 12 February 1282. He may have been related to an archdeacon of Salisbury, Thomas de Wickhampton.
Richard Poore or Poor was a medieval English Bishop best known for his role in the establishment of Salisbury Cathedral and the City of Salisbury, moved from the nearby fortress of Old Sarum. He served as Bishop of Chichester, Bishop of Salisbury and Bishop of Durham.
Philip de Harcourt was a medieval Lord Chancellor of England and Bishop of Bayeux. He was unsuccessfully elected as the Bishop of Salisbury.
Josceline de Bohon or Bohun was an Anglo-Norman religious leader.
Herbert Poore or Poor (died 1217) was a medieval English clergyman who held the post of Bishop of Salisbury during the reigns of Richard I and John.
Robert de Bingham (1180–1246) was the Bishop of Salisbury from 1229 to 1246.
Nicholas Bubwith (1355-1424) was a Bishop of London, Bishop of Salisbury and Bishop of Bath and Wells as well as Lord Privy Seal and Lord High Treasurer of England.
Everard was a medieval Bishop of Norwich.
John of Oxford was a medieval Bishop of Norwich.
John was a medieval Bishop of Rochester.
Henry Sandford was a medieval Bishop of Rochester.
Lawrence of St Martin was a medieval Bishop of Rochester.
Herman (died 1078) was a medieval cleric who served as the Bishop of Ramsbury and of Sherborne before and after the Norman conquest of England. In 1075, he oversaw their unification and translation to Salisbury. He died before the completion of the new cathedral.
William de York was a medieval Bishop of Salisbury.
Giles of Bridport was a medieval Bishop of Salisbury.
Walter Scammel was a medieval Bishop of Salisbury.
Henry Brandeston was a medieval Bishop of Salisbury.
Nicholas Longespee was a medieval Bishop of Salisbury.
Simon of Ghent was a medieval Bishop of Salisbury in England.
Godfrey de Luci was a medieval Bishop of Winchester.
Adelelm also known as Adelmus or Ascelinus, was Treasurer of England and nephew of Roger, Bishop of Salisbury. He was also Archdeacon of Dorset and later Dean of Lincoln. He was appointed Treasurer around 1136 and was dismissed from office in 1139. During this time he appears to have been made a prebendary of Aylesbury.
|Catholic Church titles|
Walter de la Wyle
| Bishop of Salisbury |
|This article about an English bishop or archbishop is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|