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St Daniel

(409—493)


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Daniel, St (409–93)

Daniel, St (409–93)

Daniel, St (409–93)

Jenifer, Daniel of St. Thomas

DOUBLE, Stephen Daniel (born 1966), MP (C) St Austell and Newquay, since 2015

JONES, Daniel (died 1934), Canon Residentiary and Chancellor St David’s Cathedral since 1903

PIENAAR, Daniel Hermanus (1893 - 1942), commanding 1st S African Division in Libya

BARRETT, Daniel William (died 1925), Rector of Holdenby since 1910; Hon. Canon, St Albans since 1905

Deiniol [St Deiniol, Daniel] (d. 584), bishop of Bangor and founder of monasteries

DANIEL, Hamish St Clair (born 1953), HM Diplomatic Service, retired; Deputy High Commissioner, Karachi and UK Director of Trade and Investment, Pakistan, 2004–08

MULHALL, Daniel (born 1955), Ambassador of Ireland to the Court of St James’s, since 2013

FÁBREGA, Daniel Eduardo (born 1975), Ambassador of Panama to the Court of St James’s, since 2014

PRYCE, Daniel Merlin (1902 - 1976), Professor of Morbid Anatomy, St Mary’s Hospital Medical School, University of London, 1954–67, now Emeritus

DAVIES, Daniel (1863 - 1928), Bishop of Bangor since 1925; Canon Residentiary of St Asaph, 1910–25; Vicar of Bodelwyddan, near Rhyl, 1923–25

CROLY, Daniel George Hayes (died 1916), Dean of Killala, 1911–15; Incumbent of St Patrick’s, 1904–15

MOORE, Daniel (1809 - 1899), Chaplain-in-Ordinary to Queen Victoria from 1870; Prebendary of St Paul’s from 1880

BERNARD, Daniel (1941 - 2004), Ambassador of France to the Court of St James’s, 1998–2002

WILLIAMS, William Daniel Campbell (1856 - 1919), Knight of Grace of the Order of St John of Jerusalem; Director-General Army Medical Services, Commonwealth Defence, 1902

JONES, Owen Daniel (1861 - 1951), Sheriff of Merioneth, 1930; Major retired, 1st Durham Royal Engineer Volunteers; late Edinburgh General Manager, North British and Mercantile Insurance Company

 

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(409–93),

Stylite. A disciple of St Simeon Stylites, at the age of 51 he took up his position on a pillar four miles from Constantinople. He lived on it for 33 years, descending only once to rebuke the Emp. Basiliscus for supporting Monophysitism. Feast day, 11 Dec.

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