Bishop of Norwich

Bishop of Norwich is in Bishop.

On 20 Dec 1226 Bishop Thomas Blunville -1236 was consecrated Bishop of Norwich.

On 04 Feb 1335 Thomas Percy Bishop of Norwich was appointed Bishop of Norwich.

On 03 Apr 1370 Henry Despencer Bishop of Norwich 1341-1406 (29) was appointed Bishop of Norwich.

In 1413 Richard Courtenay Bishop of Norwich -1415 was appointed Bishop of Norwich.

On 17 Jul 1472 James Goldwell Bishop of Norwich -1499 was elected Bishop of Norwich.

On 04 Oct 1472 James Goldwell Bishop of Norwich -1499 was consecrated Bishop of Norwich at Saints Blaise and Charles in Catinari Church.

On 13 Apr 1560 John Parkhurst Bishop of Norwich 1512-1575 (48) was elected Bishop of Norwich.

In Sep 1560 John Parkhurst Bishop of Norwich 1512-1575 (48) was installed as Bishop of Norwich.

In 1585 Bishop Edmund Scambler 1520-1594 (65) was translated to Bishop of Norwich.

In 1611 Bishop John King 1559-1621 (52) was appointed Bishop of Norwich.

In 1622 Daniel Mijtens Painter 1590-1648. Portrait of Bishop John King 1559-1621.

In 1618 Thomas Morton Bishop 1564-1659 (53) was appointed Bishop of Norwich.

On 22 Jan 1629 Francis White Bishop of Norwich 1564-1638 (65) was elected Bishop of Norwich.

In 1635 Matthew Wren Bishop 1585-1667 (49) was appointed Bishop of Norwich.

In 1641 Joseph Hall Bishop 1574-1656 (66) was translated to Bishop of Norwich.

John Evelyn's Diary 02 December 1657. 02 Dec 1657. Dr. Raynolds (58) (since Bishop of Norwich) preached before the company at St. Andrew Under-shaft, on Nehemiah xiii. 31, showing, by the example of Nehemiah, all the perfections of a trusty person in public affairs, with many good precepts apposite to the occasion, ending with a prayer for God's blessing on the company and the undertaking.

In 1685 William Lloyd Bishop 1637-1710 (48) was appointed Bishop of Norwich.

John Evelyn's Diary 05 June 1698. 05 Jun 1698. Dr. White, late Bishop of Norwich, who had been ejected for not complying with Government, was buried in St. Gregory's Churchyard, or vault, at St. Paul's. His hearse was accompanied by two non-juror bishops, Dr. Turner of Ely, and Dr. Lloyd, with forty other non-juror clergymen, who would not stay the Office of the burial, because the Dean of St. Paul's had appointed a conforming minister to read the Office; at which all much wondered, there being nothing in that Office which mentioned the present King.

On 13 Oct 1749 Bishop Thomas Hayter 1702-1762 (47) was elected Bishop of Norwich.

On 03 Dec 1749 Bishop Thomas Hayter 1702-1762 (47) was consecrated Bishop of Norwich.

In 1783 Lewis Bagot Bishop of Bristol Bishop of Norwich Bishop of St Asaph 1740-1802 (42) was appointed Bishop of Norwich.

In 1837 Edward Stanley Bishop of Norwich 1779-1849 (57) was appointed Bishop of Norwich.

Bishop of Elmham

Before 824 Humbertus Bishop -869 was consecrated Bishop of Elmham.

In 1043 Stigand Archbishop of Canterbury -1072 was appointed Bishop of Elmham.

In 1047 Æthelmaer Bishop of Elmham was consecrated Bishop of Elmham.

In 1070 Herfast Bishop Chancellor -1084 was consecrated Bishop of Elmham.

Flowers of History by Matthew of Westminster Volume 2 Chapter 1 1066 1087 How king William feeling secure at length becomes a tyrant instead of a king. After 04 Apr 1070. Moreover, the whole Anglican Church held a great council in Easter week, at Winchester, by the management of the king, where many of the things which concerned the kingdom were changed. At that council too, Stigand, archbishop of Canterbury, was ignominiously degraded, and his brother, Aylmer, bishop of East Anglia, and many other bishops and abbots were deposed at the same time. Aegelwin, bishop of Durham, alone, of all the prelates of England, seeing the unjust oppression of his brethren, and sympathizing with them, and feeling zeal for God, went of his own accord into banishment from England, wishing to entangle the oppressors in the knot of excommunication. Stigand was succeeded by Lanfranc (65), a monk, a man of elegant learning, and adorned with many and various other accomplishments, who, among other magnificent works, composed a treatise on the Sacrament of the Altar, confirming the Catholic Faith. Aylmer was succeeded by Arfast, the king's chaplain; and he transferred the seat of his diocese to Thetford.

Bishop of Thetford

Around 27 May 1072 Herfast Bishop Chancellor -1084 moved the seat of the see of the Bishop of Thetford to Thetford becoming the Bishop of Thetford.