Wulfhelm of Hereford

For the Archbishop of Canterbury from 923 to 942, see Wulfhelm.
Wulfhelm
Bishop of Hereford
Diocese Diocese of Hereford
Appointed either 934 or between 937 and 940
Term ended either 934 or between 937 and 940
Predecessor Tidhelm
Successor Ælfric
Personal details
Died either 934 or between 937 and 940
Denomination Catholic

Wulfhelm (or Wulfehelm; died circa 937) was a medieval Bishop of Hereford. He was consecrated in either 934 or between 937 and 940 and died either in 934 or between 937 and 940.[1]

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  • Prosopography of Anglo Saxon England entry for Wulfhelm
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Tidhelm
Bishop of Hereford
c. 935–c. 937
Succeeded by
Ælfric
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