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John of Pontoise

John of Pontoise
Bishop of Winchester
Church Catholic
See Diocese of Winchester
Appointed 9 June 1282
Installed September 1282
Term ended 5 December 1304
Predecessor Richard de la More
Successor Henry Woodlock
Orders
Consecration before 15 June 1282
Personal details
Died 5 December 1304
Previous post Archdeacon of Exeter

John of Pontoise (aka John de Pontissara; died 1304) was a medieval Bishop of Winchester in England.

Life

John of Pontoise was from Pontoise in Seine-et-Oise in France, but spent much of his life in England. In 1280, he was briefly Chancellor of the University of Oxford.[1][2] He was an Archdeacon of Exeter and a papal chaplain before Pope Martin IV provided him to the see of Winchester on 9 June 1282 and consecrated before 15 June 1282. He was enthroned at Winchester Cathedral in September 1282.[3]

John of Pontoise died on 4 December.[3]

Notes

References

  • British History Online Bishops of Winchester accessed on 2 November 2007
Academic offices
Preceded by
Eustace de Normanville
Chancellor of the University of Oxford
1280
Succeeded by
Henry de Stanton
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Richard de la More
Bishop of Winchester
1282–1304
Succeeded by
Henry Woodlock

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