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Saint Enodoch, also known as Wenedoc, is a 6th-century Pre-congregational saint of South Wales. Enodoch is believed by some historians to have been a woman, called Qendydd.[1] She died about 520AD.[2] and her feast day is 7 March.[3][4]

St Enodoc's Church, the parish church of Trebetherick in Cornwall is dedicated to this saint, and its churchyard is home to the grave of John Betjeman.


  1. ^ Enodoch at Catholic online.
  2. ^ Book of Saints, by the Monks of Ramsgate.
  3. ^ Saint Enodoch at Saints.sqpn.com.
  4. ^ Brian Daniel Starr, Dictionary of Saints (Google eBook) (Xlibris Corporation, 2013).page 143.