Robert de Bingham

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Robert de Bingham
Bishop of Salisbury
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Bingham's tomb in Salisbury Cathedral
See Diocese of Salisbury
Elected circa (c.) 25 September 1228
Term ended December 1246
Predecessor Richard Poore
Successor William de York
Other posts Prebendary of Slape
Orders
Consecration 27 May 1229
Personal details
Born 1180
Died 2 November or 3 November 1246
Denomination Catholic

Robert de Bingham (1180–1246) was the Bishop of Salisbury from 1229 to 1246.

Life[edit]

De Bingham held the prebend of Slape in the diocese of Salisbury prior to his election as bishop[1] about 25 September 1228 and was consecrated at Wilton on 27 May 1229.[1][2]

De Bingham died on 2 December or 3 November 1246.[2]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b British History Online Bishops of Salisbury accessed on 30 October 2007
  2. ^ a b Fryde, et al. Handbook of British Chronology p. 270

References[edit]

Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Richard Poore
Bishop of Salisbury
1229–1246
Succeeded by
William de York