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Beadwulf

Beadwulf was the last Bishop of Candida Casa to be consecrated by the Northumbrian Archbishop of York. He appears in four years of the chronicles and nowhere else. Nothing else is known of him, and his sole historical significance is that he was a bishop of the short-lived Northumbrian See of Candida Casa at Whithorn.

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Beadwulf - Historical Evidence
... The various chronicles that mention Beadwulf contain occasional minor differences in the dating of events ... The Saxon Chronicle says that Beadwulf was consecrated bishop of Candida Casa by Archbishop Eanbald I and Bishop Æthelberht of Hexham on 17 July 791 ... Eanbald I and bishops Æthelberht of Hexham, Higbald of Lindisfarne, and Beadwulf ...
Baldwulf - Historical Evidence
... The various chronicles that mention Beadwulf contain occasional minor differences in the dating of events ... The Saxon Chronicle says that Beadwulf was consecrated bishop of Candida Casa by Archbishop Eanbald I and Bishop Æthelberht of Hexham on 17 July 791 ... Archbishop Eanbald I and bishops Æthelberht of Hexham, Higbald of Lindisfarne, and Beadwulf ...
Heathored Of Whithorn - Controversy
... list for Candida Casa includes a certain Heathored as following Beadwulf, but no chronicle (including this one) mentions either Whithorn or its bishop after Beadwulf ... Had there been a successor to Beadwulf, it is unlikely that he would have escaped the attention of the chroniclers ... Beadwulf is the last known Bishop of Candida Casa ...