(1), a nephew of Wilfrid, and a clerk to whom he commended the Isle of Wight, giving him the priest Hiddila to preach to and baptize the people, about 686. See Bede, Hist. Eccles. 4:16; Flor. Wig. M. H. B. p. 537.
(2.) An English priest to whom Alcuin writes, professing his attachment to Offa andthe English. The letter was probably written during a coolness between Charles and Offa, the cause of which is obscure, and the date of the letter, although fixed by Froben at 793, is very uncertain.