Richard Redman (Bishop)

Richard Redman
Bishop of Ely
Church Catholic
See Diocese of Ely
In office 1501–1505
Predecessor John Alcock
Successor James Stanley
Personal details
Died 24 August 1505
Previous post Bishop of St Asaph
Bishop of Exeter

Richard Redman (died 1505) was a medieval Bishop of St Asaph, Bishop of Exeter, and Bishop of Ely, as well as the commissary-general for the Abbot of Prémontré between 1459 and his death.

Redman was consecrated as Bishop of St Asaph after 13 October 1471.[1]

Redman was translated to Exeter on 6 November 1495.[2]

Redman was then translated to Ely on 26 May 1501. He died while Bishop of Ely on 24 August 1505.[3]



Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Thomas Bird
Bishop of St Asaph
Succeeded by
Michael Deacon
Preceded by
Oliver King
Bishop of Exeter
Succeeded by
John Arundel
Preceded by
John Alcock
Bishop of Ely
Succeeded by
James Stanley

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