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Thomas Ingoldsthorpe

Thomas Ingoldsthorpe
Bishop of Rochester
See Diocese of Rochester
Elected circa (c.) 9 July 1283
Term ended 11 May 1291
Predecessor John Kirkby
Successor Thomas Wouldham
Other posts Dean of St Paul's
Orders
Consecration 26 September 1283 or 3 October 1283
Personal details
Died 11 May 1291
Denomination Catholic

Thomas Ingoldsthorpe (or Thomas of Ingoldisthorpe) was a medieval Bishop of Rochester.

Life

Ingoldsthorpe was from Ingoldisthorpe in Norfolk.[1] He held the offices of Archdeacon of Sudbury in the diocese of Norwich, then was Archdeacon of Middlesex in the diocese of London.[2] He was named Dean of St Paul's on 9 March 1277.[3]

Ingoldsthorpe was elected about 9 July 1283 and consecrated on 26 September 1283 or 3 October 1283. He died on 11 May 1291.[4]

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References

  • British History Online Archdeacons of Middlesex accessed on 30 October 2007
  • British History Online Bishops of Rochester accessed on 30 October 2007
  • British History Online Deans of St Paul's accessed on 30 October 2007
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
John Kirkby
Bishop of Rochester
1283–1291
Succeeded by
Thomas Wouldham
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