Alberic of Utrecht Saint Alberic of Utrecht (died 784) was a Benedictine monk and bishop of Utrecht, in what is today the Netherlands.
Albert of Cashel Albert of Cashel was an eighth century saint and Patron of Cashel, Ireland.
Alchmund of Derby Alcmund of Derby or of Lilleshall, also spelt Ealhmund, Alhmund, Alkmund, or Alchmund (d.
Alchmund of Hexham Alcmund of Hexham, also spelt Ealhmund, Alhmund or Alchmund (died 7 September 781 AD) became the 7th bishop of the see of Hexham in Northumberland when he was consecrated on 24...
Alcuin Alcuin of York (Alcuinus, c. 735 – 19 May 804), also called Ealhwine, Albinus or Flaccus, was an English scholar, ecclesiastic, poet and teacher from York, Northumbria.
Aldhelm Aldhelm (c. 639 – 25 May 709), Abbot of Malmesbury Abbey, Bishop of Sherborne, Latin poet and scholar of Anglo-Saxon literature, was born before the middle of the 7th century.
Alto of Altomünster Saint Alto was the eponymous founder of Altomünster Abbey in about 750, a monastery in Bavaria around which a market town grew up, also called Altomünster.
Amalberga of Temse Amalberga of Temse (born about 741, died 10 July 772) was a Lotharingian noblewoman from the Frankish royal house of the Pippinids who is celebrated as a saint in the Roman Catholic Church.
Andrew of Crete Saint Andrew of Crete (c. 650 – July 4, 712 or 726 or 740), also known as Andrew of Jerusalem, was an 8th-century bishop, theologian, homilist, and hymnographer.
Arbeo of Freising Arbeo (also Aribo or Arbo) of Freising (723 or earlier near Meran – 4 May 784) was an early medieval author and Bishop of Freising from 764.
Archil of Kakheti Prince Archil the Martyr (არჩილი) was a 8th century Georgian Orthodox Christian royal prince of the eastern Georgian region of Kakheti who was executed by the Arabs for having refused to convert...
Aubert of Avranches Saint Aubert, also known as Saint Autbert, was bishop of Avranches in the 8th century and is credited with founding Mont Saint-Michel.
Baldred of Tyninghame Balthere of Tyninghame (later Baldred) was a Northumbrian hermit and abbot, resident in East Lothian during the 8th century.
Basil the Confessor Basil the Confessor (died 750) was an Eastern Orthodox saint who lived in the 8th century and was tortured by the Byzantine Emperor Leo III. With his pupil Prokopy, St. Basil the Confessor, who ...
Gerulfus Gerulfus (also known as Gerolf; Merendree 740- 748) is a Roman Catholic Saint of Flanders.
Gregory of Utrecht Saint Gregory of Utrecht (born 700/705 – died 770s) was born of a noble family at Trier.
Gudula Saint Gudula was born in the pagus of Brabant (in present-day Belgium).
Gummarus Saint Gummarus (also known as Gommaire, or Gommer) was the son of the Lord of Emblem.
Guthlac of Crowland Saint Guthlac of Crowland (673–714) was a Christian saint from Lincolnshire in England.
Hidulf Hidulf (died 707) was a Benedictine abbot, founder of Moyenmoutier Abbey, and reputed bishop of Trier.
Himelin Saint Himelin (Hymelin, Himelinus) (†Vissenaken, c. 750 AD) was an Irish or Scottish priest who, returning from a pilgrimage to Rome, fell ill when passing through Vissenaken (in pre...
Hubertus Saint Hubertus or Hubert (656–727 A.D.) was the first Bishop of Liège.
Hugh of Champagne Saint Hugh, Hugh of Champagne, or St Hugh of Rouen (died 730), was the grandson of Pepin of Heristal and Plectrude and son of Drogo of Champagne and Anstrude, herself daughter of War...
Hædde Hædde (or Hedda, Hedde, Haedda, Haeddi; died 705) was a medieval Bishop of Winchester.
Ida of Herzfeld Saint Ida of Herzfeld was the widow of a Saxon duke who devoted her life to the poor following the death of her husband in 811.
James the Deacon James the Deacon (died after 671 AD) was an Italian deacon who accompanied Paulinus of York on his mission to Northumbria.
John Maron John Maron (يوحنا مارون, Youhana Maroun) (628 - 707), was a Syriac monk, and the first Maronite Patriarch.
John of Beverley John of Beverley (died 7 May 721) was an English bishop active in the kingdom of Northumbria.
John of Dailam Saint John of Dailam, was a 7th-century East Syrian Christian saint and monk, who founded several monasteries in Mesopotamia and Persia.
John of Damascus Saint John of Damascus (Greek: Ἰωάννης ὁ Δαμασκηνός / Iōannēs ho Damaskēnos; Latin: Iohannes Damascenus; Arabic: يوحنا الدمشقي / ALA-LC: Yūḥannā ad-Dimashqī; also known as John Da...
Jænberht Jænberht (also Jambert, Jaenbeorht, Jænbert, Jaenberht or Jaenbert; died 792) was a medieval monk, and later the abbot, of St Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury who was ...
Lullus Saint Lullus (Lull or Lul) (born about 710 in Wessex, died 16 October 786 in Hersfeld) was the first permanent archbishop of Mainz, succeeding Saint Boniface, and first abbot of the Benedictine ...
Merolilan of Rheims Merolilan of Rheims was an Irish Christian martyr and saint who lived in the 8th century.
Mildburh Saint Mildburh (alternatively Milburga or Milburgh) (died 715) was the Benedictine abbess of Wenlock Priory.
Mildthryth Saint Mildthryth (floruit 694–716x733), also Mildrith, Mildryth or Mildred, was an Anglo-Saxon abbess.
Máel Ruba Máel Ruba (pronounced /mail Ruva/), Máelrubai (Old Irish spelling), Maol Rubha (MoRubha/MaRuibhe) (Scottish Gaelic spelling), or Malruibhe (642–722), sometimes Latinised as ...
Nothhelm Nothhelm (sometimes Nothelm; died 739) was a medieval Anglo-Saxon Archbishop of Canterbury.
Odile of Alsace St Odile of Alsace, also known as Odilia and Ottilia, born c. 662 - c. 720 at Mont Sainte-Odile), is a saint venerated in the Roman Catholic Church and the Orthodox Church, although ...
Paulinus II of Aquileia Saint Paulinus II (726 – 11 January 802 or 804) was a priest, theologian, poet, and one of the most eminent scholars of the Carolingian Renaissance.
Pega Pega (c. 673-c.719), was an anchoress in the ancient Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Mercia, and the sister of Saint Guthlac.
Petronax of Monte Cassino Saint Petronax of Monte Cassino, called "The Second Founder of Monte Cassino", was an Italian monk and abbot who rebuilt and repopulated the monastery of Monte Cassino, which had been destroyed...
Pharailde Saint Pharailde (8th century) is a Belgian saint in the west.
Pharaildis Saint Pharaildis (Veerle), patron saint of Ghent, was married against her will at a young age with a nobleman, even after having made a private vow of virginity.
Plechelm Plechelm (Plechelm of Guelderland) is a saint in the Roman Catholic Church and a patron saint of the Netherlands.
Pope Paul I Pope Paul I (Paulus I; 700 – 28 June 767) was the head of the Catholic Church from 29 May 757 to his death in 767.
Pope Sergius I Pope Sergius I (c. 650 – 8 September 701) was the head of the Catholic Church from 15 December 687 to his death in 701.
Pope Zachary Pope Zachary (Zacharias; 679 – 22 March 752) was Pope from 10 December 741 to his death in 752.
Porcarius Saint Porcarius (died c. 732), known as Saint-Porchaire in French, was a Benedictine monk, governed the abbey of Lérins, off the coast of the French Riviera, (now known as Île de Saint-Hon...
Relindis of Maaseik Saint Relindis (or Renule) (died 750), sister of Saint Herlindis, was the daughter of count Adelard who built a Benedictine monastery at Maaseik for his daughters.
Remigius of Rouen Remigius was the illegitimate son of Charles Martel and probably Ruodhaid.
Saint Baudolino Saint Baudolino (c. 700 – c. 740) was a hermit who lived at the time of the Lombard king Liutprand in Forum Fulvii (now Villa del Foro), a locality on the lower reaches of the river Tanaro in no...
Saint Bertulf Saint Bertulf (d. Artois, 705) was a German who converted to Christianity and founded a Colombanian abbey.
Saint Boniface Saint Boniface (Bonifatius) (c. 675? – 5 June 754), born Winfrid, Wynfrith, or Wynfryth in the kingdom of Wessex, probably at Crediton, was an Anglo-Saxon missionary who propag...
Saint Cyrillus St. Cyrillus was an ancient bishop of Reggio Calabria, predecessor of Saints Cyril and Methodius.
Saint Domitius Saint Domitius (Domice) of Amiens (8th century) is a French saint, venerated especially in the diocese of Amiens.
Saint Erentrude Saint Erentrude (or Erentraud) (also spelled Erendruda) (died 710) is a virgin saint of the Roman Catholic Church and was the niece of Saint Rupert of Salzburg.
Saint Fergus Saint Fergus (also Fergustian) (died c. 730 AD) was a bishop who worked in Scotland as a missionary.
Saint Fructus Saint Fructus (San Fruitos, Frutos, Fructos) was a Castilian hermit of the eighth century venerated as a saint.
Saint Giles Saint Giles (Αἰγίδιος, Ægidius, Gilles, Egyed, Idzi, Egidio, Egidio, Gil) (c.
Saint Pirmin Saint Pirmin (ca. 700 - Hornbach 753), also named Pirminius, was a monk, strongly influenced by Celtic Christianity and Saint Amand.
Saint Sturm Saint Sturm (c. 705 – 17 December 779), also called Sturmius or Sturmi, was a disciple of Saint Boniface and founder and first abbot of the Benedictine monastery and abbey of Fulda i...
Silvin of Auchy Saint Silvinus or Silvin (Toulouse, c. 650–Auchy, 15 February 717 or 718) was an evangelist in the area of Thérouanne, which is now in northern France.
Simpert Saint Simpert (died 13 October 807) was an abbot, bishop, and confessor of the late-8th and early-9th centuries, and was supposedly the nephew of Charlemagne.
Stephen the Younger Saint Stephen the Younger (713/715 – 28 November 764 or 765) was a Byzantine monk from Constantinople who became one of the leading opponents of the iconoclastic policies of Emperor Constantine V (r.
Talarican Talarican was a Scottish Bishop of Sodor of the eighth century.
Tatberht Tatberht was an eighth century Anglo Saxon Saint, Abbot and contemporary of the venerable Bede.
Thecla of Kitzingen Saint Thecla of Kitzingen (Tecla of England, Heilga) (died ca. 790 AD) was a Benedictine nun and abbess.
Theodore of Pavia Saint Theodore of Pavia (died c. 778) was bishop of Pavia from 743 until his death.
Theodosia of Constantinople Saint Theodosia of Constantinople (Ἁγία Θεοδοσία ἡ Κωνσταντινουπολίτισσα, Hagia Theodosia hē Kōnstantinoupolitissa) is an Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic Saint and Martyr who lived in th...
Theofrid Saint Theofrid (Chaffre, Theofredus, Theofred, Théofroy) of Orange (or of Carmery) (d.
Tola of Clonard Saint Tola is the name of a seventh-century Irish Roman Catholic saint, also referred to as "a good soldier of Christ".
Ulphia Ulphia of Amiens is a saint of the Catholic Church, venerated particularly at Amiens.
Ursmar Ursmar (died 713) was a missionary bishop, appointed abbot of Lobbes by the Frankish king Pippin II.
Vergilius of Salzburg Vergilius of Salzburg (also Virgilius, Feirgil or Fergal) (born c. 700 in Ireland; died 27 November 784 in Salzburg) was an Irish churchman, an early astronomer and bishop of S...
Vindicianus Saint Vindicianus was a bishop of Cambrai-Arras.
Wigbert Saint Wigbert, born in Wessex around 675, was an Anglo-Saxon Benedictine monk and a missionary and disciple of Saint Boniface who traveled with the latter in Frisia and northern and central Germ...
Wihtburh Wihtburh (or Withburga) (died 743) was an East Anglia saint, princess and abbess who was possibly a daughter of Anna of East Anglia.
Wilfrid II (bishop of York) Wilfrid (II) or Wilfrith (II) (died on 29 April in either 745 or 746) also known as Wilfrid the Younger, was the last Bishop of York, as the see was converted to an archbishopric dur...
Willehad of Bremen Saint Willehad of Bremen (also known as Willehadus or Willihad; (Northumbria, (c.
Willibald Saint Willibald (born in Wessex c.700 and died c.787 in Eichstätt) was an 8th-century bishop of Eichstätt in Bavaria.
Willibrord Willibrord (c. 658 – 7 November 739) was a Northumbrian missionary saint, known as the "Apostle to the Frisians" in the modern Netherlands.
Winibald Winibald (Winebald, Winnibald, Wunebald, Wynbald) (died 18 December 768) was abbot of the Benedictine double monastery of Heidenheim am Hahnenkamm.
Winnoc Saint Winnoc was an abbot or prior of Wormhout who came from Wales.
Witta of Büraburg Witta of Büraburg (also known as Albuin or Vito Albinus, a close Latin translation of his Germanic name) (born in Wessex; died 747) was one of the early Anglo-Saxon missionaries in H...
Ælfflæd of Whitby Saint Ælfflæd (654–714) was the daughter of King Oswiu of Northumbria and Eanflæd.
Ælfthryth of Crowland Ælfthryth is a saint, venerated in the Roman Catholic Church, as a virgin, and recluse, died c. 795.
Æthelberht II of East Anglia Æthelberht (Old English: Æðelbrihte), also called Saint Ethelbert the King, (died 20 May 794 at Sutton Walls, Herefordshire) was an eighth-century saint and a king of East Anglia, the ...