Bishop of Winchester
The Bishop of Winchester is the diocesan bishop of the Diocese of Winchester in the Church of England. The bishop's cathedra is at Winchester Cathedral in Hampshire.The Bishop of Winchester is one of...
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Bishop of Ramsbury
The Bishop of Ramsbury is an episcopal title used by a suffragan bishop of the Church of England Diocese of Salisbury, in the Province of Canterbury, England. The title takes its name after the town o...
Samuel Wilberforce
Samuel Wilberforce, FRS (7 September 1805 – 19 July 1873) was an English bishop in the Church of England, third son of William Wilberforce. Known as "Soapy Sam", Wilberforce was one of the greatest p...
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Michael Scott-Joynt
Michael Charles Scott-Joynt (15 March 1943 – 27 September 2014) was an English bishop and a prelate of the Order of the Garter. He was appointed Bishop of Winchester, one of the five senior bishoprics...
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Helmstan was a medieval Bishop of Winchester. He was consecrated between 838 and 839. He died between 844 and 852 or in 853
Frank Woods (bishop of Winchester)
Frank Theodore Woods (15 January 1874 – 27 February 1932), who latterly signed his name as Theodore Winton:, was Bishop of Peterborough from 1916 to 1923 before being translated to the see of Winchest...
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Henry Woodlock
Henry Woodlock was a medieval Bishop of Winchester. He was nominated between 23 and 29 January 1305 and consecrated on 30 May 1305. He died on 28 June or 29 June 1316.
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Beornstan of Winchester
Beornstan (or Byrnstan) was an English Bishop of Winchester. He was consecrated in May 931. He died on 1 November 934. After his death, he was revered as a saint.At the start of the reign of King Æthe...
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Peter Courtenay
Peter Courtenay (c. 1432 – 23 September 1492) was Bishop of Exeter and Bishop of Winchester, and also had a successful political career during the tumultuous years of the Wars of the Roses.
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Walter Curle
Walter Curle (or Curll; 1575 – 1647) was an English bishop, a close supporter of William Laud. Born in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, he was educated at St Albans School and at Christ's College, Cambr...
Denewulf (died 908) was a medieval Bishop of Winchester from 878 or 879 until his death. Little is know of him, though by tradition he began life as a swineherd, and was promoted to bishop at an advan...
Hunfrith of Winchester
Hunfrith was a medieval Bishop of Winchester.Hunfrith was consecrated in 744. He died between 749 and 754.
Æthelwold II (bishop of Winchester)
Æthelwold was a medieval Bishop of Winchester. He was consecrated between 1006 and 1007. He died between 1012 and 1013.
William of Wykeham
William of Wykeham (1320 or 1324 – 27 September 1404) was Bishop of Winchester and Chancellor of England. He founded New College Oxford and New College School in 1379, and founded Winchester Co...
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William Day (bishop)
William Day (1529 – 20 September 1596) was an English clergyman, Provost of Eton College for many years, and at the end of his life Bishop of Winchester.
He was born the son of Richard Day of Shro...
Richard of Ilchester
Richard of Ilchester (died 22 December 1188), also called Richard of Toclyve or Richard of Toclive, was a medieval English statesman and prelate.
Richard was born in the diocese of Bath, where he ...
Henry Beaufort
Henry Beaufort (died 11 April 1447) was a medieval English clergyman, Bishop of Winchester, a member of the royal house of Plantagenet, and Cardinal.
The second of the four illegitimate children o...
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Tim Dakin
Timothy John "Tim" Dakin (born 6 February 1958) was the General Secretary of the Church Missionary Society (CMS) and the South American Missionary Society (SAMS). He is currently the Bishop of Winches...
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Winchester Palace
Winchester Palace, Southwark in Surrey, was a twelfth-century palace which served as the London townhouse of the Bishops of Winchester. It was located on the south bank of the River Thames in the Lond...
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William de Raley
William de Raley (or William de Ralegh or William Raleigh; died 1250) was a medieval judge, administrator and bishop.
In 1212 Raley was presented with the church of Bratton Fleming, with his occup...
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Brian Duppa
Brian Duppa (also spelled Bryan; 10 March 1589 – 26 March 1662) was an English bishop, chaplain to the royal family, Royalist and adviser to Charles I of England.
He was educated at Westmins...
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Beorhthelm of Winchester
Beorhthelm or Brihthelm was Bishop of Winchester c. 959 - c. 963.
William Waynflete
William Waynflete (c. 1398 – 11 August 1486), born William Patten, was Provost of Eton (1442–1447), Bishop of Winchester (1447-1486) and Lord Chancellor of England (1456-1460). He is best remembered a...
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Ealhmund of Winchester
Ealhmund was a medieval Bishop of Winchester. He was consecrated between 801 and 803. He died between 805 and 814.
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Thomas Cooper (bishop)
Thomas Cooper (or Couper; c. 1517 – 29 April 1594) was an English bishop, lexicographer, theologian, and writer.
Cooper was born in Oxford, England, where he was educated at Magdalen College...
John Watson (bishop)
John Watson (1520–1584) was Bishop of Winchester in the 1580s.
He was born in Evesham, Worcestershire England, the son of Thomas Watson and Agnes née Weeks. Thomas Watson was born in Evesham aroun...