Baya (Beya, or Vey)

Baya (Beya, Or Vey)

ST. — commemorated Nov. 1 or 3 — who is venerated at Dunbar, in Lothian, is said to have inhabited the island of Little Cumbrae, in the Clyde. She died on the island, and a chapel was raised over her remains, and may be the one now in ruins bearing her name. King places her in the 9th century.

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