Wilfrid

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[[Image:wilfrid.jpg|right]]Saint Wilfrid  (c. 634 - April 24, 709) Also called "Wilfrith" and "Wilfred" was a bishop who lived in the 7th century.  He is well known for his scuffles with St. [[Theodore of Tarsus]] and of his sharing of the see of York with St. [[Chad]] of Mercia.
 
[[Image:wilfrid.jpg|right]]Saint Wilfrid  (c. 634 - April 24, 709) Also called "Wilfrith" and "Wilfred" was a bishop who lived in the 7th century.  He is well known for his scuffles with St. [[Theodore of Tarsus]] and of his sharing of the see of York with St. [[Chad]] of Mercia.
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years=664(669)-678|
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before=Saint [[John of Beverley]]|
title=[[Bishop of Lichfield]]|
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title=Bishop of Hexham|
years=669-772|
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years=705-709|
after=[[Winfred]]}}
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after=Saint [[Acca]]}}
 
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Saint Wilfrid (c. 634 - April 24, 709) Also called "Wilfrith" and "Wilfred" was a bishop who lived in the 7th century. He is well known for his scuffles with St. Theodore of Tarsus and of his sharing of the see of York with St. Chad of Mercia.


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Wilfrid
Preceded by:
Saint Chad of Mercia
Bishop of York
664(669)-678
Succeeded by:
Bosa of York|
Preceded by:
Saint John of Beverley
Bishop of Hexham
705-709
Succeeded by:
Saint Acca
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