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BISHOPS OF CORNAVALL.
Tho SCO of Cornwall was originally placed at St. Ger- mans^, and there remained until the reign of Cnut, when it was united with that of Crediton, and Corn- wall and Devonshire placed under the jurisdiction of one bishop, who had his see at Exeter.
Aethelstax was the first bishop of Cornwall. His successors were
RuYDOc or RuvDoz. Aldred.
Serto. Neither Le Neve norGodvvin mention this bishop. Aethel.stan II. He lived, according to Godwin, in 966.
But Le Neve says that his name does not occur in an
ancient MS. in tho church of Exeter.
WoLOC. His name is also omitted, according to Le Neve, in tho ancient MS. above referred to.
BuRwoLD or By RHTwoi.D. His name occurs as a witness to one of Cnut's charters. Upon his death, about 1040, the see of Cornwall was united to that of Devonshire.
��BISHOPS OF DEVONSHIRE.
The see of Devonshire was first established at Taw- ton, but it was soon removed to Crediton.
Eadulf I. was the first bishop of Devonshire, and con- secrated about the year 909. He held his see at
4 It has been supposed that Whitaker has shown that the
the see was originally at St. see was first established at St.
Petrock, Bodmin, hence the Germans. See Whitaker's An-
prelates were sometimes styled cient Cathedral of Cornwall, 4to.
bishops of St. Petrock ; but 2 vols. 1804.