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According to William Worcestre, was a hermit born in Ireland, who was beheaded by Melyn ys Kynrede in the parish of Lanteglos, near Fowey (Cornwall). He was reputed to have carried his head for half a mile to St Wyllow's bridge, where a church was built in his honour. This saint does not appear in the Cornish Church calendar.

William Worcestre, p. 107.

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