(fl. c. 710) missionary

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(North Holland) (d. c.710), deacon. A native of Northumbria and disciple of Willibrord, apostle of Frisia, Adalbert worked mainly at Egmond but possibly for a time at Utrecht. His late Life records only generalities about him together with accounts of miracles at his tomb. A Benedictine monastery dedicated to him was revived at Egmond during the first half of the 20th century. Feast: 25 June.

From The Oxford Dictionary of Saints in Oxford Reference.

Subjects: Christianity.

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