Diocese of ChichesterDiocese of Chichester

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The Bishops, from 681- present

The Diocese of Selsey was founded in 681 by St Wilfrid who persuaded the Kingdom of the South Saxons to follow Christ and established the first cathedral (a building which no longer exists) at Selsey.

Bishop Martin is the 77th Bishop of Chichester and 103rd Bishop of the diocese.

     

Bishops of Selsey

     
S Wilfrid
Eadbeorht
Eolla
Sigga
Ealabeorht
Osweald
Gislhere
Tota
Withun
Æthelwulf
Coenred
Guthheard
Wighelm
Beornheah
Wulfhun
Ælfred
Daniel
Beorhthelm
Eadhelm
Orifbeort
Ælfmaer
Æthelric I
Grimcytel
Heca
Æthelric II
Stigand
     

Bishops of Chichester

     
Stigand
Godfrey
William
Ralph Luffa
Seffrid I
Hilary
John of Greenford
Seffrid II
Simon Fitz Robert
Richard Poore
Ranulf of Wareham
Ralph Nevill
S Richard of Chichester (Richard Wych)
John Climping
Stephen Bersted
Gilbert of St Leofard
John Langton
Robert Stratford
William Lenn
William Read
Thomas Rushock
Richard Mitford
Robert Waldby
Robert Reade
Henry Ware
John Kempe
Thomas Polton
John Rickingale
Simon Sydenham
Richard Praty
Adam Moleyns
Reginald Pecock
John Arundel
Edward Story
Richard Fitz James
Robert Sherburne
Richard Sampson
George Day
John Christopherson
William Barlow
Richard Curtis
Thomas Bickley
Anthony Watson
Lancelot Andrewes
Samuel Harsnett
George Carleton
Richard Montague
Brian Duppa
Henry King
Peter Gunning
Ralph Brideoake
Guy Carleton
John Lake
Simon Patrick
Robert Grove
John Williams
Thomas Manningham
Thomas Bowers
Edward Waddington
Francis Hare
Matthias Mawson
William Ashburnham
John Buckner
Robert James Carr
Edward Maltby
William Otter
Philip Nicholas Shuttleworth
Ashhurst Turner Gilbert
Richard Durnford
Ernest Roland Wilberforce
Charles John Ridgeway
Winfrid Oldfield Burrows
George Kennedy Allen Bell
Roger Plumpton Wilson
Eric Waldram Kemp
John William Hind
Martin Warner (77th and 103rd Bishop)