John of Pontoise
|John of Pontoise|
|Bishop of Winchester|
|See||Diocese of Winchester|
|Appointed||9 June 1282|
|Reign ended||5 December 1304|
|Predecessor||Richard de la More|
|Consecration||before 15 June 1282|
|Died||5 December 1304|
|Previous post||Archdeacon of Exeter|
John of Pontoise was from Pontoise in Seine-et-Oise in France, but spent much of his life in England. In 1280, he was briefly Chancellor of the University of Oxford. He was an Archdeacon of Exeter and a papal chaplain before Pope Martin IV provided him to the see of Winchester on 9 June 1282 and consecrated before 15 June 1282. He was enthroned at Winchester Cathedral in September 1282.
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- British History Online Bishops of Winchester accessed on 2 November 2007
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Eustace de Normanville
|Chancellor of the University of Oxford
Henry de Stanton
|Catholic Church titles|
Richard de la More
|Bishop of Winchester
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