Walter Lyghe

Walter Lyghe
Bishop of Worcester-elect
Church Catholic
See Diocese of Worcester
In office 1373–1375
Predecessor William Lenn
Successor Henry Wakefield
Consecration never consecrated

Walter Lyghe was a medieval Bishop of Worcester elect. He was elected on 7 December 1373 but his election was quashed on about 12 September 1375.[1]



Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
William Lenn
Bishop of Worcester
election quashed

Succeeded by
Henry Wakefield
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