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Adelelm (Dean of Lincoln)

Adelelm
Dean of Lincoln
Church Lincoln Cathedral
Diocese Diocese of Lincoln
In office bef. 1145–aft. 1173
Predecessor Philip of Harcourt
Successor Geoffrey
Other posts Archdeacon of Dorset (bef. 1139–aft. 1173)
Lord High Treasurer (c. 1136–1139)
Personal details
Died 25 February 1179(1179-02-25)
Denomination Catholic

Adelelm (died 25 February 1179) was Lord High Treasurer of England and nephew of Roger, Bishop of Salisbury. He was also Archdeacon of Dorset (bef. 1139–aft. 1173) and later Dean of Lincoln (bef. 1145–aft. 1173).[1]

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Political offices
Preceded by
Nigel, Bishop of Ely
Lord High Treasurer
c. 1136–1139
Succeeded by
Nigel, Bishop of Ely


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