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Thomas Trilleck

Thomas Trilleck
Bishop of Rochester
Church Catholic
See Diocese of Rochester
In office 1364–1372
Predecessor William Whittlesey
Successor Thomas Brinton
Personal details
Died December 1372

Thomas Trilleck was a medieval Bishop of Rochester.

Trilleck was the nephew of Adam Orleton, Bishop of Hereford and younger brother of John Trilleck, also a Bishop of Hereford. The Trilleck family originated in the village of Trelleck, near Monmouth.[1]

Trilleck was appointed Dean of Hereford in 1352 until 1361,[2] and then served as Dean of St Paul's from 1362 to 1364.[3][4]

Trilleck was nominated as Bishop of Rochester on 6 March 1364 and consecrated on 26 May 1364. He died between 12 December and 25 December 1372.[5]

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Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
William Whittlesey
Bishop of Rochester
1364–1372
Succeeded by
Thomas Brinton
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