John of Tours
John of Tours or John de Villula (died 1122) was a medieval Bishop of Wells in England who moved the diocese seat to Bath. He was a native of Tours and was King William I of England's doctor befo...
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Jocelin of Wells
Jocelin of Wells, also known as Jocelinus Thoteman or Jocelin Troteman, (died 19 November 1242) was a medieval Bishop of Bath (and Glastonbury). He was the brother of Hugh de Wells, who became Bishop ...
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Reginald Fitz Jocelin
Reginald fitz Jocelin (sometimes Reginald Italus, Richard the Lombard, or Reginald Lombardus; died 26 December 1191) was a medieval Bishop of Bath and an Archbishop of Canterbury-elect in England. A m...
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Roger of Salisbury (Bishop of Bath and Wells)
Roger of Salisbury (died 1247) was a Bishop of Bath and Wells (previously Bath).
Roger was a canon of Salisbury by 3 July 1223 and was a theology lecturer at Salisbury by 30 September 1225. In lat...
Godfrey of Bath
Godfrey (died 1135) was a medieval Bishop of Bath.
Godfrey was a native of Leuven and was chaplain to Adeliza of Louvain, second wife of King Henry I of England before and after her marriage to th...
Robert of Bath
Robert or sometimes Robert of Lewes (died 1166) was a medieval English Bishop of Bath.
Robert was a native of England, but his ancestry was Flemish, probably of noble birth. His birthdate and whe...
Savaric FitzGeldewin
Savaric fitzGeldewin (sometimes Savaric FitzGoldwin or Savaric de Bohun; died 8 August 1205) was an Englishman who became Bishop of Bath and Glastonbury in England. Related to his predecessor as well ...