Beonna (Binna or Bynna)

Beonna (Binna Or Bynna)

the name of several early English ecclesiastics.

(1.) A Mercian witness to charters, about 730.

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(2.) A Mercian abbot, who attests charters from 767 onwards. He appears to have been abbot of Peterborough, and attended the great Council of Clovesho, of 808, in attendance on the bishop op Lichfield; and continued to sign charters until 805.' It is just possible that he is

(3) the Beonna who became bishop of Hereford in 823, and died in 830. His relics were, according to Hugh Candidus, preserved at Bredoln.

See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

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