Beoghn abbot of Bangor, County Dewn, Ireland commemorated as a saint Aug. 22-succeeded St. Comgall, A.D. 600; and died in 605. In the Four Masters (by O'Donovan, i, 201) is given a wild legend, in which Sts. Comgall and Beoan are engaged in the capture of a salmon, which proves to be Liban, the daughter of Eochaidh, who had been drowned in Lough Neagh. See Colgan, Acta Sanctoiumn, p. 1-3; O'Conor, Rer. Hib. Script. ii, 149; Reeves, Eccl. Antiq. p. 55, 265, 376.