Wilfrid, St. (d. 709)

Wilfrid, St., a Saxon bishop of York, born in Northumbria; brought up at Lindisfarne; had a checkered life of it; is celebrated in legend for his success in converting pagans, and is usually represented in the act; (d. 709).

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

Wildfire, Madge * Wilhelmina I.
Wiesbaden
Wife of Bath
Wigan
Wight, Isle of
Wigtownshire
Wilberforce, Samuel
Wilberforce, William
Wild, Jonathan
Wilderness
Wildfire, Madge
Wilfrid, St.
Wilhelmina I.
Wilhelmshaven
Wilkes, Charles
Wilkes, John
Wilkie, Sir David
Wilkins, John
Wilkinson, Sir John
Will, Freedom of the
Willems, Jan Frans
William I., the Conqueror

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