Ealdred

also spelled Aldred Anglo-Saxon archbishop of York from 1061, played an important part in secular politics at the time of the Norman conquest and ...
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Ealdred

[bishop of Cornwall] Ealdred was a medieval Bishop of Cornwall. He was consecrated between 981 and 993. He died between 1002 and 1018. In 994, King Æthelred of England removed the diocese of Cornwall from the supervision of the bishop of Crediton. The diploma granting the liberty of the diocese declares that it was written by Sigeric, arch...
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Ealdred

[archbishop of York] Ealdred (or Aldred; died 11 September 1069) was Abbot of Tavistock, Bishop of Worcester, and Archbishop of York in Anglo-Saxon England. He was related to a number of other ecclesiastics of the period. After becoming a monk at the monastery at Winchester, he was appointed Abbot of Tavistock Abbey in around 1027. In 1046 ...
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