Deusdedit of Canterbury
Deusdedit of Canterbury, perhaps originally named Frithona, Frithuwine or Frithonas, was the first native-born Archbishop of Canterbury. By birth an Anglo-Saxon, he became archbishop in 655 and held the office for more than nine years until his repose, probably from plague. Deusdedit's successor as archbishop was one of his priests at Canterbury. There is some controversy over the exact date of Deusdedit's death, owing to discrepancies in the medieval written work that records his life. Little is known about his episcopate, but he was considered to be a saint after his repose c. 664. A saint's life was written after his relics were moved from their original burial place in 1091.
He is commemorated on July 14.