Feologeld (DNB00)

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FEOLOGELD (d. 832), archbishop of Canterbury, was abbot of a Kentish monastery in 803, and was elected to succeed Archbishop Wulfred on 25 April 832; he was consecrated on Sunday, 9 June, and died on 30 Aug. In some early lists he appears as Swithred, which was perhaps a second name.

[Haddan and Stubbs's Eccles. Documents, iii. 609, 611 n. a; Kemble's Codex Dipl. ii. 1024; Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, Canterbury, an. 829; Florence of Worcester, Mon. Hist. Brit., 616 n. 8; Liber de Antiqq. Legg. p. 617 (Camd. Soc.); William of Malmesbury, Gesta Pontificum, p. 20 (Rolls Ser.); Gervase, col. 1642, Twysden; Diceto, i. 16, 135 (Rolls Ser.)]

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