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Ralph Ergham

Ralph Ergham
Bishop of Bath and Wells
Church Catholic
See Diocese of Bath and Wells
Appointed 3 April 1388
Term ended 10 April 1400
Predecessor Walter Skirlaw
Successor Richard Clifford
Orders
Consecration 9 December 1375
Personal details
Died 10 April 1400
Previous post Bishop of Salisbury

Ralph Ergham (or Erghum; died 1400) was the English bishop of Salisbury from 1375 to 1388, and then bishop of Bath and Wells from 1388 to 1400.

Ergham was Chancellor of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster[1] from 1373 to 1377. On 12 October 1375 he was selected to be Bishop of Salisbury, and was consecrated on 9 December.[2] On 3 April 1388 he was transferred to the see of Bath and Wells.[3] Ergham was a member of King Richard II's first council, representing John of Gaunt's interests.[4] He died on 10 April 1400.[3]

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  • Hospitals of St Mary Magdalen, Preston
  • McKisack, May The Fourteenth Century
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Robert Wyville
Bishop of Salisbury
1375–1388
Succeeded by
John Waltham
Preceded by
Walter Skirlaw
Bishop of Wells
1388–1400
Succeeded by
Richard Clifford
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