Ælfsige II (bishop of Winchester)

For the 10th century Bishop of Winchester (later Archbishop of Canterbury), see Ælfsige (archbishop of Canterbury).
Ælfsige II
Bishop of Winchester
Church Catholic
See Diocese of Winchester
Appointed between 1012 and 1013
Term ended 1032
Predecessor Æthelwold II
Successor Ælfwine of Winchester
Orders
Consecration between 1012 and 1014
Personal details
Died 1032

Ælfsige was a medieval Bishop of Winchester. He was consecrated between 1012 and 1013. He died in 1032.[1] In his will, he named Ealdorman Ælfheah as the guardian of his relatives and his last testament, as well as an estate at Crondall.[2]

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External links

  • Prosopography of Anglo Saxon England entry for Ælfsige
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Æthelwold II
Bishop of Winchester
c. 1013–1032
Succeeded by
Ælfwine of Winchester
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