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Bishops

There are twenty Bishops called Roger.

  • Roger of Salisbury

    Roger (or Roger le Poer) (died 1139) was a Norman medieval bishop of Salisbury and the seventh Lord Chancellor and Lord Keeper of England.... ( from the wikipedia article on Roger of Salisbury)

  • Roger Northburgh

    Roger Northburgh was Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield. He served as Lord Privy Seal from 1312 to 1316,Fryde Handbook of British Chronology p.... ( from the wikipedia article on Roger Northburgh)

  • Roger Mahony

    Roger Mahony is a Bishop... ( from the wikipedia article on Roger Mahony)

  • Roger Etchegaray

    Roger Marie Élie Etchegaray (; born in Espelette/Ezpeleta, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, 25 September, 1922) is a French Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Roger Etchegaray)

  • Roger Borsa

    Roger Borsa (1060/1 – 22 February 1111) was the Norman Duke of Apulia and effective ruler of southern Italy from 1085 until his death. He was the son of Robert Guiscard, the conqueror of southern Italy and Sicily; Roger was not as adept as his father, and most of his reign was spent in feudal anarchy.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Roger Borsa)

  • Roger de Beaumont (bishop)

    Roger de Beaumont (died 1202) was Bishop of St Andrews (Cell Rígmonaid) (elected 1189; consecrated 1198).... ( from the wikipedia article on Roger de Beaumont (bishop))

  • Roger Jupp

    The Right Reverend Roger Alan Jupp, S.S.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Roger Jupp)

  • Roger Vaughan

    Roger William Bede Vaughan (9 January 1834 – 18 August 1883) was an English Benedictine monk of Downside Abbey, and the second Roman Catholic Archbishop of Sydney from 1877 to 1883.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Roger Vaughan)

  • Roger Niger

    Roger Niger was a thirteenth century cleric who became Bishop of London. He is also known as Saint Roger of Beeleigh.... ( from the wikipedia article on Roger Niger)

  • Roger Lawrence Schwietz

    Roger Lawrence Schwietz, OMI (born July 3, 1940) is an American prelate of the Roman Catholic Church who currently serves as Archbishop of Anchorage.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Roger Lawrence Schwietz)

  • Roger of Salisbury (Bishop of Bath and Wells)

    Roger of Salisbury was a Bishop of Bath and Wells.... ( from the wikipedia article on Roger of Salisbury (Bishop of Bath and Wells))

  • Roger (Bishop of Ross)

    Roger (died in or after 1350) was a churchman based in the 14th century Kingdom of Scotland, and active as Bishop of Ross from 1325 until 1350. Before attaining this position, Roger was a canon of Abernethy; it is possible that Roger was an Augustinian, because it is often thought that Abernethy did not become a collegiate church until some time after 1328, after the marriage of the Abernethy heiress to the Earl of Angus; this however is not certain, as the exact details of Abernethy's transition from being an Céli Dé abbey (until c.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Roger (Bishop of Ross))

  • Roger de Balnebrich

    Roger de Balnebrich [de Balnebrech, de Balnebriech, de Ballinbreth] was a 14th century Scottish churchman. Roger received a university education, being styled Magister ("Master") by August 1313, though it is not known where he took his degree; the degree, however, was almost certainly done in canon law.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Roger de Balnebrich)

  • Roger William Gries

    Bishop Roger Gries, OSB was born in Cleveland, Ohio on March 26, 1937 to John and Dorothy (Soukup) Gries. He attended Benedictine High School (Cleveland, Ohio) and then attended Loyola University Chicago, earning a Bachelors and Master Degrees.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Roger William Gries)

  • Roger Frederick Sainsbury

    The Rt Rev Roger Frederick Sainsbury was the Bishop of Barking from 1991 until 2002Resignation details. He was born on 2 October 1936 ”Debrett's People of Today 1992” (London, Debrett's) ISBN 1870520092).... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Roger Frederick Sainsbury)

  • Roger Maynwaring

    Roger Maynwaring (Mainwaring, Manwaring) (1590–1653) was an English bishop, known for his support for absolutism.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Roger Maynwaring)

  • Roger Plumpton Wilson

    The Rt Rev Roger Plumpton Wilson, KCVONPG details (3 August 1905 – 1 March 2002) was Bishop of WakefieldThe Times, Tuesday, Apr 26, 1949; pg. 7; Issue 51365; col C Consecration of the Bishop of Wakefield and later Chichester Bishop Of Chichester Nominated Choice Of Dr.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Roger Plumpton Wilson)

  • Roger Morin

    Roger Paul Morin (born March 7, 1941) is an American prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. He is the third and current Bishop of Biloxi.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Roger Morin)

  • Roger Kaffer

    Roger Kaffer is a Bishop... ( from the wikipedia article on Roger Kaffer)

  • Roger Boyle (bishop)

    Roger Boyle (1617?-1687) was an Irish Protestant churchman, Bishop of Down and Connor and Bishop of Clogher.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Roger Boyle (bishop))

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