|Bishop of St David's (1505–1508)|
Bishop of Chichester (1508–1536)
|Diocese||Diocese of Chichester|
|Ordination||5 March 1501|
Robert Sherborne (born c. 1453  died 1536) was bishop of Chichester from 1508 to 1536.
Sherborne was born in Rolleston on Dove, Staffordshire, and educated at Winchester College and New College, Oxford. He was Master of St. Cross Hospital, near Winchester and a Canon of Wells Cathedral until 1493.
Sherborne was Archdeacon of Huntingdon (1494–1496), Archdeacon of Buckingham and of Taunton (1496–1505) and Dean of St Paul's (1499–1505). Exceptionally, he held ecclesiastical posts prior to ordination: he was made a deacon in 1499 and ordained a priest on 5 March 1501. From 1505 to 1508 he was bishop of St David's.
Sherborne was a patron of the artist Lambert Barnard, commissioning several series of paintings from him. He founded the Free Grammar School in Rolleston, around 1520, which continued to 1909.