Archbishop of Dublin - Pre-Reformation Bishops and Archbishops

Pre-Reformation Bishops and Archbishops

Bishops of Dublin
From Until Incumbent Notes
1028 1074 Dúnán Consecrated in circa 1028; died 6 May 1074; also known as Donat, Donagh or Donatus
1074 1084 Gilla Pátraic OSB Consecrated in 1074; died 10 October 1084; also known as Patricius
1085 1095 Donngus Ua hAingliu OSB Consecrated after August 1085; died 22 November 1095; also recorded as Donngus Ua hAingliu and Donat O'Haingly
1096 1121 Samuel Ua hAingliu Possibly a Benedictine monk; consecrated 27 April 1096; died before September 1121
1121 1152 Gréne Consecrated bishop 2 October 1121; elevated to archbishop at the Synod of Kells in March 1152
Pre-Reformation Archbishops of Dublin
1152 1162 Gréne Elevated from bishop to archbishop in March 1152; died 8 October 1161; also known as Gregorius
1162 1180 St Laurence O'Toole
(Irish: Lorcán Ua Tuathail)
Formerly Abbot of Glendalough 1154–1162; consecrated archbishop in 1162; died 14 November 1180
1181 1212 John Comyn Elected 6 September 1181 and consecrated 21 March 1181; died circa November 1212; also known as John Cumin
1213 1228 Henry de Loundres Elected before March 1213 and consecrated August 1213; became archbishop of the diocese of Dublin and Glendalough when the two dioceses were united in 1214, and confirmed in 1216; died before November 1228; also known as Henry of London
1230 1255 Luke Elected before 13 December 1228; appointed before 11 October 1229; consecrated after May 1230; died 12 December 1255
1256 1271 Fulk Basset Appointed 26 July 1256 and consecrated before 25 March 1257; died 4 May 1271; also known as Fulk de Sandford
1279 1284 John de Derlington OP Appointed 28 January and consecrated 27 August 1279; died 29 March 1284
1286 1294 John de Sandford Dean of St Patrick's, Dublin 1275-1284; elected archbishop before 20 July 1284 and confirmed 30 May 1285; consecrated 7 April 1286; died 2 October 1294; also recorded as John de Stanford
1295/99 (Thomas de Chadworth) Dean of St Patrick's, Dublin; elected archbishop before 28 April 1295 and again 14 February 1299, however, was not consecrated. It is possible he may have served as archbishop
1296 1298 William Houghton OP Appointed 24 April 1296 and consecrated circa November 1297; died 27 August 1298
1299 1306 Richard de Ferings Appointed circa June and consecrated before 1 July 1299; died 17 October 1306
1307 1310 (Richard de Haverings) Precentor of St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin; elected archbishop in March 1307 and appointed 10 July 1307; received possession of the see's temporalities 13 September 1307; he was never consecrated and after enjoying the dignity and profits resigned 21 November 1310
1311 1313 John de Leche Appointed 16 May and consecrated before 18 May 1311; died 10 August 1313
1317 1349 Alexander de Bicknor Appointed 20 August and consecrated 25 August 1317; also was Lord Chancellor of Ireland c.1325-1343; died 14 July 1349
1349 1362 John de St Paul Appointed 4 September 1349 and consecrated 14 February 1350; died 9 September 1362
1363 1375 Thomas Minot Appointed 20 March and consecrated 16 April 1363; died 10 July 1375
1375 1390 Robert Wikeford Appointed 12 October 1375; also was Lord Chancellor of Ireland 1377-79; died 29 August 1390
1390 1395 Robert Waldby OESA Translated from Aire, France 14 November 1390; translated to Chichester 25 October 1395, later to York 5 October 1396
1395 1397 Richard Northalis OCarm Translated from Ossory 25 October 1395; also was Lord Chancellor of Ireland 1393-1397; died 20 July 1397
1397 1417 Thomas Cranley Appointed before 26 September 1397 and consecrated after that date; also was Lord Chancellor of Ireland 1401-10 & 1413-14; died 25 May 1417
1417 1449 Richard Talbot Previously Archbishop-elect of Armagh. Elected Archbishop of Dublin before May and appointed 20 December 1417; consecrated before August 1418; also was Lord Chancellor of Ireland 1423-41; died 15 August 1449
1449 1471 Michael Tregury Appointed before 24 October 1449; died 21 December 1471
1472 1484 John Walton OSA Appointed 4 May and consecrated before 27 August 1472; resigned 14 June1484
1484 1511 Walter Fitzsimon Appointed 14 June and consecrated 26 September 1484; also was Lord Chancellor of Ireland 1496-98; died 14 May 1511
1512 1521 William Rokeby Translated from Meath 28 January 1512; also was Lord Chancellor of Ireland 1551-1521; died 29 November 1521
1523 1528 Hugh Inge OP Translated from Meath 27 February 1523; also was Lord Chancellor of Ireland 1527-1528; died 3 August 1528
1528 1534 John Alen Appointed 3 September and consecrated 13 March 1530; also was Lord Chancellor of Ireland 1528-1532; died 28 July 1534

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