William de York

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William de York
Bishop of Salisbury
Elected 10 December 1246
Term ended January 1256
Predecessor Robert de Bingham
Successor Giles of Bridport
Other posts Provost of Beverley
Consecration 14 July 1247
Personal details
Died January 1256
Denomination Catholic

William de York was a medieval Bishop of Salisbury.

William was provost of Beverley as well as holding prebends in the dioceses of Lincoln, London, and York. He was also a royal justice.[1] He was elected on 8 or 10 December 1246 and consecrated on 7 or 14 July 1247. He died on either 25 January or 31 January in 1256.[2]


  1. ^ British History Online Bishops of Salisbury accessed on 30 October 2007
  2. ^ Fryde, et al. Handbook of British Chronology p. 270


Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Robert de Bingham
Bishop of Salisbury
Succeeded by
Giles of Bridport