Catholic Encyclopedia (1913)/St. Alnoth
Hermit and martyr; died c. 700. We know very little of St. Alnoth. Neither does he appear to possess any proper day. He is mentioned in Jocelyn's life of St. Werburg as a pious neatherd at Weedon who bore with great patience the ill-treatment of the bailiff placed over him, and who afterwards became a hermit in a very lonely spot, where he was eventually murdered by two robbers. On this ground he was honoured as a martyr; and there was some concourse of pilgrims to his tomb at Stow near Bugbrook in Northamptonshire.
Acta SS., 27 February, III; STANTON, Menology (London, 1892), 565; BARING-GOULD, Lives of Saints (London, 1894), II, 48.