|Bishop of Winchester|
|Term ended||probably 7 July 705|
|Born||Headingley, West Yorkshire|
|Died||probably 7 July 705|
|Feast day||7 July|
|Venerated in||Roman Catholicism
|Shrines||Old Minster, then Winchester Cathedral (destroyed)|
Hædde was supposedly born in Headingley in West Yorkshire, and became a monk of Whitby Abbey. He became bishop in 676 and died about 7 July 705, although the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle states that he died in 703. In the law code of King Ine of Wessex, the bishop is mentioned as contributing to the laws. After his death, he was revered as a saint with a feast day of 7 July, and his large diocese was split in two.
- Or Hedda, Hedde, Haedda, Haeddi
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|Bishop of Winchester