He deserves notice because of close links with several better-known contemporaries.
is said to have been his uncle,
, his brothers. He also appears among
's disciples, and, in
, he is claimed as
's successor at
. His cult was certainly confined to
(with one exception all the churches named after him are in
); and, indeed, tradition avers that his father,
, lived for a time as an exile in
, being m. there to
The Lives of the British Saints
, V, iii, 323.
Professor Thomas Jones Pierce, M.A., F.S.A., (1905-1964),