Edward Bagshawe (bishop)

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Edward Gilpin Bagshawe (12 January 1829 – 6 February 1915) was a Roman Catholic Bishop of Nottingham.

He attended University College School in London and in 1838 entered St. Mary's College, Oscott. On graduation, he joined the London Oratory in 1849 and was ordained a priest in 1852. In 1874, he became Bishop of Nottingham, resigning in 1901.

He was appointed titular bishop of Hypaepa in 1902, and titular archbishop of Seleucia in 1904. He was styled Bishop Emeritus of Nottingham.

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