Aldulf (or Ealdwulf)
Aldulf (Or Ealdwulf), the tenth bishop of Rochester, was consecrated by archbishop Brihtwald in the year 726. He was one of the consecrators of archbishop Tatwine in 731, and is mentioned by Bede in his closing chapter. He attests a charter of Oshere in 736 (Kemble, Cod. Diplomat. i, 99), and an act of his own, dated 738, is still extant requesting confirmation of a gift of land made to his Church by Eadberht, king of Kent. He also had a grant from Ethelbald of the toll of one ship annually in the port of London in 734. His death is placed by Simeon of Durham in 739, and by Florence of Worcester in 741; but as it is mentioned in connection with that of archbishop Nothelm in both places, it probably took place in 739.-Smith, Dict. of Christ. Biog. s.v.