Badulf (Baldulf, Badwilf, or Beadulf), a Saxon bishop, was consecrated to the -ee of Withern. July 17, 791, at Hearrahaleh, by Eanbald, archbishop of York, and Ethelbert, bishop of Hexham (Chr. Sax. 791; Sim. Dun. 790). In the year 796 he assisted at the consecration of archbishop Eanbald II, and at the coronation of Eardulf, king of Northumbria (id. ad ann.). He was the last bishop of Withern of the Anglo- Saxon succession whose name is preserved (William of Malmesbury, De Gest. Pont. lib. iii).

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