|Bishop of Rochester|
|Elected||16 July 1185|
|Term ended||24 June 1214|
|Successor||Benedict of Sausetun|
|Other posts||Archdeacon of Lisieux|
|Ordination||21 September 1185|
|Consecration||29 September 1185|
|Died||24 June 1214|
Gilbert Glanvill or Gilbert de Glanville was a medieval Bishop of Rochester.
Glanvill was a clerk of Archbishop Baldwin of Canterbury and the archdeacon of the Lisieux. He was elected bishop of Rochester on 16 July 1185. He was ordained as a priest on 21 September and consecrated 29 September of the same year.
In 1201, 5 acres of King John's demesne wood in Ospringe were given to him. He was forced to flee England with Bishop Herbert of Salisbury in 1207 during the dispute between King John and Pope Innocent III over the election of the new archbishop of Canterbury.
Glanvill died on 24 June 1214.
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|Catholic Church titles|
|Bishop of Rochester
Benedict of Sausetun