Frederick of Liege
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|Bishop of Liege|
|Venerated in||Roman Catholic Church|
Frederick was Bishop of Liege, succeeding Bishop Alexander (who was forced to stand down after being charged with acts of simony, 1119). As a result, the newly appointed Bishop Frederick suffered open animosity from Alexander’s supporters. It is believed that Frederick was poisoned by the count of Louvain, and suffered death in 1121.
- St. Frederick Catholic Online
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