Paulinus (d. 644)

Paulinus, the first archbishop of York, sent in company with Augustin from Rome by Gregory to Britain in 601: laboured partly in Kent and partly in Northumbria, and persuaded Edwin of Northumbria to embrace Christianity in 629; (d. 644).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Pauline * Paulus, Heinrich
Pauillac
Paul
Paul, St.
Paul I.
Paul and Virginia
Paul Samosata
Paulding
Pauli, Reinhold
Paulicians
Pauline
Paulinus
Paulus, Heinrich
Pausanias
Pausanias
Pavia
Paxton, Sir Joseph
Payn, James
Payne, John
Peabody, George
Peace Society
Peacock, Thomas Love

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Paulinus in Chalmer’s 1812 Dictionary of Biography