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Seiriol [St Seiriol]locked

(fl. 6th cent.)
  • David E. Thornton

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Seiriol [St Seiriol] (fl. 6th cent.), holy man, is the patron of the churches at Penmon (on Anglesey) and Priestholm (an island off the east of Anglesey). His feast is celebrated on 1 February. According to the Welsh saints' genealogies, he was the son of ...

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