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[[Image:wilfrid.jpg|right|thumb|St. Wilfrid, Bishop of York]]'''Saint Wilfrid'''  (c. 634 - [[April 24]], 709; also called ''Wilfrith'' and ''Wilfred'') was a [[bishop]] who lived in the seventh century.  He is well-known for his scuffles with St. [[Theodore of Tarsus]] and for his sharing of the [[See]] of York with St. [[Chad]] of Mercia.
 
[[Image:wilfrid.jpg|right|thumb|St. Wilfrid, Bishop of York]]'''Saint Wilfrid'''  (c. 634 - [[April 24]], 709; also called ''Wilfrith'' and ''Wilfred'') was a [[bishop]] who lived in the seventh century.  He is well-known for his scuffles with St. [[Theodore of Tarsus]] and for his sharing of the [[See]] of York with St. [[Chad]] of Mercia.
 
  
 
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St. Wilfrid, Bishop of York
Saint Wilfrid (c. 634 - April 24, 709; also called Wilfrith and Wilfred) was a bishop who lived in the seventh century. He is well-known for his scuffles with St. Theodore of Tarsus and for 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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