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Theodred (Bishop of London)

For other uses, see Theodred (disambiguation).
Bishop of London
Diocese Diocese of London
Appointed between 909 and 926
Term ended between 951 and 953
Predecessor Leofstan
Successor Brihthelm
Consecration between 909 and 926
Personal details
Died between 951 and 953
Denomination Catholic

Theodred was a medieval Bishop of London.

Theodred was consecrated between 909 and 926,[1] probably in 926. He may have been German and was a patron of German clerics, several of whom were beneficiaries of his will.[2][3][4] He was close to king Æthelstan throughout his reign, and is reported to have been present at the Battle of Brunanburh in 937. He took messages from the king to his councillors, and is said to have bought relics in Pavia.[5]

He died between 951 and 953.[1]



External links

  • Prosopography of Anglo Saxon England entry for Theodred
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Bishop of London
c. 915–c. 952
Succeeded by
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