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ST. RUMON, B. C.

WILLIAM of Malmesbury informs us, that the history of his life was detroyed by the wars, which has also happened in other parts of England He was a bishop, though it is not known of what see. His veneration was amous at Tavistock, in Devonshire, where Ordulf, earl of Devonshire, built a church under his invocation, before the year 960. Wilson, upon informations given him by certain persons of that country, inserted his name on this day, in the second edition of his English Martyrology. See Malmesb1. 2. De gestis Pont. Angl. in Cridiensibus.










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