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John of Beverley

(d. 721). Anglo-Saxon bp. Hexham, Eng., 687, York 705; disciple of Hilda (614–680; founded double monastery 657 at Streoneshalh [later called Whitby]) at Whitby (where the famous Syn. of Whitby* was held); ordained Bede* deacon 692, priest 703; resigned 720 and retired to abbey at Inderawood (later Beverley), which he had founded and where he died.


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