List of bishops of Kujawy

Bishops of Kujawy (later known as bishops of Włocławek) are the bishops of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Kujawy (1133-1818), Roman Catholic Diocese of Kujawy-Kalisz (1818-1925) and Roman Catholic Diocese of Włocławek (from 1925).

Bishop of Kujawy (Kruszwica) (966-1156)

*966-993 - Lucidus
*993-1014 - WawrzyniecWawrzyniec
*1015-1033 - Marcellinus Marceli
*1034-1055 - WenantyWenanty
*1056-1081 - Jan Rzymianin
*1082-1097 - Romanus/Roman
*1097-1111 - Paweł
*1111-1128 - Baldwin Gall
*1129-1156 - Świdger/Swidger

Bishop of Kujawy (Kujawy-Pomerania, Włocławek) (1133-1818)

*1133-1147 - Świdger/Swidger
*1151?-1160? - Onold
*1160?-1170? - Rudger
*1170?-1178? - Werner
*1178?-1190? - Wunelf
*1191-1197 - Stefan
*1197-1203 - Ogerius
*1203-1215 - Bartha
*1215-1256 - Michał
*1256-1271 - Wolimir
*1271/5-1283 - Albierz/Wojciech
*1283-1300 - Wisław
*1300-1323 - Gerward
*1324-1364 - Maciej z Gołańczy
*1364-1383 - Zbylut z Wąsosza
*1383-1383 - Trojan
*1384-1389 - Jan Kropidło
*1389-1398 - Henryk VIII legnicki
*1399-1402 - Mikołaj Kurowski
*1402-1421 - Jan Kropidło (again)
*1421-1427 - Jan Pella
*1427-1433 - Jan Szafraniec
*1433-1449 - Władysław Oporowski
*1449-1450 - Mikołaj Lasocki
*1450-1463 - Jan Gruszczyński
*1463-1464 - Jan Lutek
*1464-1472 - Jakub z Sienna
*1473-1480 - Zbigniew Oleśnicki
*1481-1483 - Andrzej Oporowski
*1484-1493 - Piotr Moszyński
*1494-1503 - Krzesław Kurozwęcki
*1503-1513 - Wincenty Przerębski
*1513-1531 - Maciej Drzewicki
*1531-1538 - Jan Karnkowski
*1538-1542 - Łukasz II Górka
*1542-1546 - Mikołaj Dzierzgowski
*1546-1551 - Andrzej Zebrzydowski
*1551-1557 - Jan Drohojowskii
*1557-1565 - Jakub Uchański
*1565-1567 - Mikołaj Wolski
*1567-1580 - Stanisław Karnkowski
*1581-1600 - Hieronim Rozrażewski
*1600-1603 - Jan Tarnowski
*1603-1607 - Piotr Tylicki
*1608-1608 - Wojciech Baranowski
*1608-1610 - Maciej Pstrokoński
*1610-1616 - Wawrzyniec Gembicki
*1616-1622 - Paweł Wołucki
*1622-1631 - Andrzej Lipski
*1631-1642 - Maciej Łubieński
*1642-1654 - Mikołaj Wojciech Gniewosz
*1654-1673 - Kazimierz Florian Czartoryski
*1674-1675 - Jan Gembicki
*1675-1680 - Stanisław Sarnowski
*1680-1691 - Bonawentura Madaliński
*1691-1700 - Stanisław Dąmbski
*1700-1705 - Stanisław Szembek
*1705-1720 - Felicjan Konstanty Szaniawski
*1720-1735 - Krzysztof Antoni Szembek
*1735-1741 - Adam Stanisław Grabowski
*1741-1751 - Walenty Aleksander Czapski
*1751-1763 - Antoni Sebastian Dembowski
*1763-1776 - Antoni Kazimierz Ostrowski
*1777-1806 - Józef Ignacy Rybiński
*1806-1815 - vacat
*1815-1818 - Franciszek Malczewski

Bishops of Kujawy-Kalisze (1818-1925)

*1818-1822 - Andrzej Wołłowicz
*1822-1831 - Józef Szczepan Koźmian
*1831-1836 - vacat
*1836-1850 - Walenty Maciej Bończa
*1850-1856 - vacat
*1856-1867 - Jan Michał Marszewski
*1867-1876 - vacat
*1876-1883 - Wincenty Teofil Popiel
*1883-1902 - Aleksander Kazimierz Bereśniewicz
*1902-1925 - Stanisław Kazimierz Zdzitowiecki

Bishop of Włocławek

*1925-1927 - Stanisław Kazimierz Zdzitowiecki
*1927-1928 - Władysław Paweł Krynicki
*1928-1951 - Karol Mieczysław Radoński
*1951-1968 - Antoni Pawłowski
*1969-1986 - Jan Zaręba
*1987-1992 - Henryk Józef Muszyński
*1992-2003 - Bronisław Dembowski
*2003-present - Wiesław Mering

uffragan Bishops

*1838-1844 - Józef Joachim Goldtmann
*1918-1927 - Władysław Paweł Krynicki
*1918-1938 - Wojciech Stanisław Owczarek
*1939-1943 - blessed Michał Kozal
*1946-1962 - Franciszek Korszyński
*1962-1979 - Kazimierz Majdański
*1963-1969 - Jan Zaręba
*1973-1997 - Czesław Lewandowski
*1981-2003 - Roman Andrzejewski
*1999-present - Stanisław Gębicki


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