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William Barrow (bishop)

William Barrow
Bishop of Carlisle
Church Roman Catholic
See Diocese of Carlisle
In office 1423–1429
Predecessor Roger Whelpdale
Successor Marmaduke Lumley
Personal details
Died 4 September 1429
Previous post Bishop of Bangor

William Barrow (or Barrowe; died 1429) was a Bishop of Bangor and a Bishop of Carlisle.

Barrow served three times as Chancellor of the University of Oxford during 1413–17.[1]

Barrow was selected as Bishop of Bangor on 15 February 1418, and consecrated after 13 October 1419.[2] He was transferred from Bangor to Carlisle on 19 April 1423. He died on 4 September 1429.[3]

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Academic offices
Preceded by
William Sulburge
Chancellor of the University of Oxford
1413–1414
Succeeded by
Richard Snetisham
Preceded by
Richard Snetisham
Chancellor of the University of Oxford
1415–1416
Succeeded by
Thomas Clare
Preceded by
Thomas Clare
Chancellor of the University of Oxford
1416–1417
Succeeded by
Thomas Clare
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Benedict Nichols
Bishop of Bangor
1418–1423
Succeeded by
Nicholas Clitherow
Preceded by
Roger Whelpdale
Bishop of Carlisle
1423–1429
Succeeded by
Marmaduke Lumley
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