Eanbald (or Enbald).
(1) The pupil and successor of Albert in the archiepiscopal see of York, A.D. 782. He was very vigorous in the administration of his diocese, and died at a monastery called Etlete (or Edete), August 10, 796.
(2) Called also Heantbald, succeeded the, foregoing as archbishop of York, and his history is given with considerable detail by Alcuin. He appears to have died A.D. 812.