Richard Talbot
Bishop of London-elect
Elected18 August 1262
Term endedSeptember 1262
PredecessorHenry Wingham
SuccessorHenry of Sandwich
Other post(s)Dean of St Paul's
Consecrationnever consecrated
Personal details
DiedSeptember 1262
DenominationRoman Catholic

Richard Talbot (died 1262) was a medieval Bishop of London-elect.


Talbot was the nephew of Fulk Basset, Bishop of London.[1] He held the prebends of Mora and Finsbury in the diocese of London before being named treasurer of the diocese by 20 August 1257.[2] He was Dean of St Paul's in London by 26 January 1262.[3] He was elected bishop on 18 August 1262[1] and that election was confirmed by the archbishop;[citation needed] but Talbot died on either 28 September or 29 September 1262 before he could be consecrated.[1]