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He is known from the writings of William Worcester, who recorded him as the first hermit of St Benet Hulme. He died, possibly sometime in the eleventh century, on 9 December which thus became his feast day.
- David Hugh Farmer, The Oxford Dictionary of Saints. Fifth edition (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004).
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