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Robert Reed (bishop)

Not to be confused with Robert Reid (bishop).
Robert Reed
Bishop of Chichester
Church Catholic
See Diocese of Chichester
In office 1397–1415
Predecessor Robert Waldby
Successor Stephen Patrington
Personal details
Died June 1415
Previous post Bishop of Waterford
Bishop of Carlisle

Robert Reed (or Reade; died 1415) was a Bishop of Waterford and Lismore, Bishop of Carlisle and Bishop of Chichester.

Reed was a Dominican friar.[1] He was selected as Bishop of Waterford on 9 September 1394, and transferred to Carlisle on 26 January 1396.[2]

Reed was translated from Carlisle to Chichester on 5 October 1396.[3]

Reed died in June 1415.[3]



Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Thomas le Reve
Bishop of Waterford and Lismore
Succeeded by
Thomas Sparkford
Preceded by
Thomas Appleby
Bishop of Carlisle
Succeeded by
Thomas Merke
Preceded by
Robert Waldby
Bishop of Chichester
Succeeded by
Stephen Patrington

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