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Bishop of Sherborne - Diocese of Salisbury

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Bishop of Sherborne - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Bishop of Sherborne is an episcopal title which takes its name after the market town of Sherborne in Dorset, England. The title was first used by the Anglo-Saxons ...

Bishop of Salisbury - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Bishop of Salisbury is the ordinary of the Church of England's Diocese of Salisbury in the Province of Canterbury. The diocese covers much of the counties of ...

Eldhelm Bishop of Sherborne | WikiTree: The FREE Family Tree

Genealogy collaboration for Eldhelm Bishop of Sherborne born abt. 0700 Wessex, England including ancestry + more in the free family tree community.

Christian 'naturism' advocate appointed Bishop of Sherborne

The Church of England has appointed as Bishop of Sherborne a leading advocate of Christian nudism. On 26 Nov 2015 the Prime Minister’s Office announced the The ...

Bishop of Sherborne - Languages - Wikipedia, the free ...

Bishop of Sherborne is available in 2 languages. Return to Bishop of Sherborne. Languages. français; Latina

Suffragan Bishop of Sherborne: Karen Marisa Gorham -

The Queen has approved the nomination of the Venerable Karen Marisa Gorham, BA, Archdeacon of Buckingham in the diocese of Oxford, to the Suffragan See of Sherborne ...

Æthelweard (bishop of Sherborne) - Wikipedia, the free ...Æthelweard_(bishop_of_Sherborne)

Æthelweard was a medieval Bishop of Sherborne. Æthelweard was consecrated around 909. He died around 909. [1]

BBC - Dorset - Faith - A new bishop for Sherborne

The Archdeacon of Dorset and the Archdeacon of Sherborne had been sharing the role of Bishop of Sherborne since the departure of Rt Revd Timothy Thornton ...

Æthelric (bishop of Sherborne) - Wikipedia, the free ...Æthelric_(bishop_of_Sherborne)

Æthelric (or Athelric) was a medieval Bishop of Sherborne. Æthelric was consecrated in 1002. He died between 1011 and 1012. [1]