“Bishop Glanville, who rebuilt the house at Bromley, seems to have taken an interest in the place, for in 1205 he obtained from King John a right to hold a market here every Tuesday throughout the year. This appears by the Close Roll 7th John.” [from The Church And Manor Of Bromley]
“In the time of Bishop Gualeranus, or Walleran, who died in 1184, it was become so ruinous, that his successor Gilbert de Glanville, Chief Justice of England, was obliged to expend a great sum of money on the repairs. ” [from The Gatehouse Record]
Gilbert Glavil was an archdeacon of the (ancient) Diocese of Lisieux, and then became a clerk for the Archbishop of Canterbury. He was elected to be bishop on 16 July 1185, and seems to have been re-ordained on 21st September to take up his post. He had to flee the country with King John and the Bishop of Salisbury when the king quarrelled with the Pope in 1207, and died in 1214.