Elected Bishop

Some articles on bishops, bishop, elected, elected bishop:

Bishop Of Bangor - List of Bishops of Bangor - Pre-Reformation Bishops
... List of Pre-Reformation Bishops of Bangor From Until Incumbent Notes c. 809 ... Elfodd Elbodug described in the annals as Chief bishop of Gwynedd and was probably Bishop of Bangor but not described as such. 1161 ... Meurig Maurice elected before December 1139 and consecrated in late January 1140 died 12 August 1161 ...
Radulf (bishop-elect)
... in early 13th-century Scotland, elected as Bishop of Dunblane some time between 1223 and 1225 ... On 12 January 1226 Pope Honorius III instructed the Bishop of St Andrews, the Bishop of Moray and the Bishop of Caithness, to enjoin a new election for the bishopric of Dunblane, as "R ... elected Bishop of Dunblane" had resigned in the Pope's presence a short time before ...
Roman Catholic Diocese Of Wilcannia-Forbes - Bishop of Wilcannia and Bishops of Wilcannia-Forbes
... The following individual was elected as Bishop of Wilcannia Order Name Date enthroned Reign ended Term of office Reason for term end 70001000000000000001 John Dunne ...

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