(d. c. 934)

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(d. c.934),

monk and hermit. An Irishman who came to Morayshire, he lived first at Kenedor and then at Holyman Head near Elgin, where his cave survived until the 19th century. Gerardin's Legend claimed for him some contact with the English soldiers sent by King Athelstan in 934, besides the providential arrival of wood for his church by a river swollen in the storm. His cave is mentioned in Elgin charters. Feast: 8 November.

K.S.S., pp. 354–5.

Subjects: Christianity.

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