Cuthbert of Canterbury
Cuthbert of Canterbury was a medieval Anglo-Saxon Archbishop of Canterbury in England. Prior to his elevation to Canterbury, he was abbot of a monastic house, and perhaps may have been Bishop of Hereford also, but evidence for his holding Hereford mainly dates from after the Norman Conquest of England in 1066. While Archbishop, he held church councils and built a new church in Canterbury. It was during Cuthbert's archbishopric that the [[Archbishop of York|Diocese of York] was raised to an archbishopric. Cuthbert reposed on October 26, 760, and was later regarded as a saint.
He is commemorated on October 26.