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Gilbert Glanvill

Gilbert Glanvill
Bishop of Rochester
See Diocese of Rochester
Elected 16 July 1185
Term ended 24 June 1214
Predecessor Waleran
Successor Benedict of Sausetun
Other posts Archdeacon of Lisieux
Orders
Ordination 21 September 1185
Consecration 29 September 1185
Personal details
Died 24 June 1214
Denomination Catholic

Gilbert Glanvill (or Gilbert de Glanville) was a medieval Bishop of Rochester.

Life

Glanvill was a clerk of Baldwin of Forde, the Archbishop of Canterbury and also archdeacon of the diocese of Lisieux.[1]

Glanvill was elected to the see of Rochester on 16 July 1185 and ordained a priest on 21 September 1185.[1] He was consecrated on 29 September 1185. He died on 24 June 1214.[2]

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Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Waleran
Bishop of Rochester
1185–1214
Succeeded by
Benedict of Sausetun
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