St Pancras

(d. 304)

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(d. 304),

martyr. There is no reliable information about him. According to tradition he was a member of the Roman Church who at the age of 14 was martyred in the Diocletianic persecution. St Pancras railway station in London is named after the dedication of the church of the parish in which it is situated. Feast day, 12 May.

Subjects: Christianity.

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