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Bingham, Robert oflocked

(d. 1246)
  • B. R. Kemp

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Bingham, Robert of (d. 1246), bishop of Salisbury, first occurs in 1210, acting as a colleague (socius) of the sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, when he may have been in the household of John de Gray, bishop of Norwich. His date of birth is unknown, but he already had a master's degree by July 1211, and at his death in 1246 he was described by ...

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