Higbald

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Beadwulf - Historical Evidence
... consecrated on 26 May 795 at York by Archbishop Eanbald I and bishops Æthelberht of Hexham, Higbald of Lindisfarne, and Beadwulf ... Symeon of Durham says that the consecration occurred at Sockburn, with bishops Æthelberht, Higbald, and Beadwulf attending ... The Saxon Chronicle for 803 says that Bishop Higbald of Lindisfarne died on 24 June 803, and was succeeded by Egbert on 13 June 804 ...
Higbald Of Lindisfarne
... Higbald of Lindisfarne (or Hygebald) was Bishop of Lindisfarne from 780 until his death on 24 June 803 ... a regular communicator with Alcuin of York it is in his letters to Alcuin that Higbald described in graphic detail the Viking raid on Lindisfarne on 8 January 793 in which many of his monks were killed ...