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with archiepiscopal power.

Ruclinus[1] succeeded Sampson.
Lunverd or Lumberth, or Lywarch or Luvert[2].
Morcleis[3] or Morleis. Ob. 945[4].
Everus or Eueuris[5].
Jevan. Bishop only one night.
Morgenveth, Morgeney or Uregeneu, slain by the Danes in 998[6].
Morgeneu or Morgynnyd. Ob. 1023.
Heurun or Ervin or Hernun or Herbin. Ob. 1039[7].
Tramerin or Carmerin. Ob. 1055[8].
Joseph. Ob. 1063[9].
Beithyd or Bledud. Ob. 1071[10].
Sulghein or Sulien or Sulgenius: resigned in 1076[11].
Abraham. Slain in 1078[12].
Sulghein resumed the see in 1078, and resigned it again in 1085[13].
Rythmarch or Rikemarth. Ob. 1096.

Wilfrid[14] or Griffri.[15]

  1. Le Neve calls him Kucline.
  2. Annal. Menev. ob. 944.
  3. Le Neve places Nergu after Lunverd.
  4. Le Neve places a Hubert next before Everus.
  5. Annal. Menev. ob. 946.
  6. Brut y Tywysogion. Morgeneu episcopus occiditur 1000. Annal. Menev.
  7. Brut y Tywysogion. Annal. Menev.
  8. Hoved. fol. 254[sup]b[/sup]. Sim. Dunelm. et Flor. Wigorn.
  9. Brut y Tywysogion 1063. Ann. Camb.
  10. Annal. Menev.
  11. Ibid.
  12. Ibid.
  13. He died in 1088, aetat. 75. Annal. Menev.
  14. Apud Rochingheham Anselmus archiepiscopus Cantuariensis Wilfrido episcopo St. David de Gualis qui vulgo Dewi vocatur reddidit episcopale officium, a quo, exigente culpa ejus, jam antea ijisemet ilium suspenderat. Eadmer. p. 34.
  15. Ob. an. 1112. Eadmer. p. 142, An. 1115. Sim. Dunelm. et Annal. Winch. Faust. B. 1. fol. 11.