Bishop of Exeter

Bishop of Exeter is in Bishop. See Exeter Cathedral [Map].

On 11 Aug 1107 Bishop William Warelwast was elected Bishop of Exeter.

Around 13 Apr 1214 Bishop Simon Apulia was elected Bishop of Exeter.

On 05 Oct 1214 Bishop Simon Apulia was consecrated as Bishop of Exeter.

Around 1220 Bishop Walter Branscombe was elected Bishop of Exeter.

On 23 Feb 1258 Bishop Walter Branscombe (age 38) was elected Bishop of Exeter.

On 10 Mar 1258 Bishop Walter Branscombe (age 38) was ordained priest and was consecrated Bishop of Exeter by Archbishop Boniface Savoy (age 51).

On 14 Apr 1258 Bishop Walter Branscombe (age 38) was enthroned Bishop of Exeter at Exeter Cathedral [Map].

In 1308 Bishop Walter Stapleton (age 46) was appointed Bishop of Exeter.

In 1326 Bishop James Berkeley was appointed Bishop of Exeter.

On 10 Aug 1327 Bishop John Grandison 3rd Baron Grandison (age 35) was appointed Bishop of Exeter.

On 18 Oct 1327 Bishop John Grandison 3rd Baron Grandison (age 35) was consecrated Bishop of Exeter.

On 05 Mar 1370 Bishop Thomas de Brantingham was appointed Bishop of Exeter.

On 12 May 1370 Bishop Thomas de Brantingham was consecrated Bishop of Exeter.

On 15 Jan 1395 Bishop Edmund Stafford (age 51) was appointed Bishop of Exeter.

In 1458 Archbishop George Neville (age 26) was appointed Bishop of Exeter.

On 03 Dec 1458 Archbishop George Neville (age 26) was consecrated as Bishop of Exeter.

On 15 Mar 1465 Bishop John Booth was appointed Bishop of Exeter.

In 1478 Bishop Peter Courtenay was appointed Bishop of Exeter.

In 1487 Bishop Richard Foxe (age 39) was elected Bishop of Exeter.

On 01 Oct 1492 Bishop Oliver King (age 60) was appointed Bishop of Exeter.

On 03 Feb 1493 Bishop Oliver King (age 61) was consecrated Bishop of Exeter.

On 06 Nov 1495 Bishop Richard Redman was translated to Bishop of Exeter.

On 24 Nov 1504 Bishop Hugh Oldham (age 52) was elected Bishop of Exeter.

On 12 Jan 1505 Bishop Hugh Oldham (age 53) was consecrated Bishop of Exeter.

In 1519 Bishop John Vesey aka Harman (age 57) was appointed Bishop of Exeter.

1555 Consecrations

On 04 Sep 1555 Bishop Edmund "Bloody" Bonner of London (age 55) consecrated an Archbishop and two Bishops at St Paul's Cathedral [Map]:

Archbishop Hugh Curwen (age 55) was consecrated Archbishop of Dublin.

Bishop James Turbeville was consecrated Bishop of Exeter.

Bishop William Glynne (age 51) was consecrated Bishop of Bangor.

On 20 May 1560 Bishop William Alley (age 50) was elected Bishop of Exeter on the recommendation of Queen Elizabeth I of England and Ireland (age 26). Henry Machyn in his diary of 02 Apr 1560 refers to Bishop William Alley (age 50) as being 'bishop elect of Exeter'.

On 14 Jul 1560 Bishop William Alley (age 50) was consecrated Bishop of Exeter.

In 1627 Bishop Joseph Hall (age 52) was appointed Bishop of Exeter.

On 03 Nov 1660 John Gauden Bishop was elected Bishop of Exeter.

On 02 Dec 1660 John Gauden Bishop was consecrated Bishop of Exeter.

In 1667 Anthony Sparrow (age 55) was appointed Bishop of Exeter.

In 1676 Archbishop Thomas Lamplugh (age 61) was appointed Bishop of Exeter.

In 1689 Bishop Jonathan Trelawny 3rd Baronet (age 38) was appointed Bishop of Exeter.

In 1724 Bishop Stephen Weston (age 59) was appointed Bishop of Exeter.

In 1762 Bishop Frederick Keppel (age 33) was appointed Bishop of Exeter.

In 1792 Bishop William Buller (age 57) was elected Bishop of Exeter.

In Mar 1797 Bishop Reginald Courtenay (age 55) was appointed Bishop of Exeter.

In 1803 Bishop John Fisher (age 55) was consecrated Bishop of Exeter.

In 1807 Bishop George Pelham (age 40) was translated to Bishop of Exeter.

In 1820 Bishop William Carey (age 50) was appointed Bishop of Exeter.