Michael (bishop elect)

Michael
Bishop of Hereford elect
Diocese Diocese of Hereford
Elected before August 1240
Term ended quashed August 1240
Predecessor Ralph de Maidstone
Successor Peter of Aigueblanche
Other posts canon of Lichfield
Personal details
Denomination Catholic

Michael was a medieval Bishop of Hereford elect. He was a canon of Lichfield Cathedral before being elected by the cathedral chapter of Hereford Cathedral to succeed Ralph de Maidstone, but the election was quashed in August 1240.[1]

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  • Accessed on 26 October 2007
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Ralph de Maidstone
Bishop of Hereford
Election quashed

1239–1240
Succeeded by
Peter of Aigueblanche
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