See also:brother of Cedd, whom he succeeded as
See also:abbot at Lastingham, was consecrated
See also:bishop of the Northumbrians by
See also:Wine, the West Saxon bishop, at the
See also:request of
See also:Oswio in 664 . On the return of
See also:Wilfrid from France, where he had been sent to be consecrated to the same see, a dispute of course arose, which was settled by
See also:Theodore in favour of Wilfrid after three years had passed . Chad thereupon retired to Lastingham, whence with the permission of Oswio he was summoned by
See also:Wulfhere of
See also:Mercia to succeed his bishop Jaruman, who died 667 . Chad built a monastery at
See also:Barrow in Lincoln-
See also:shire and fixed his see at
See also:Lichfield . He died after he had held his bishopric in Mercia two and a
See also:half years, and was succeeded by Wynfrith . Bede gives a beautiful character of Chad . See Bede's Hist . Eccl. edited by C . Plummer, iii . 23, 24, 28; iv . 2, 3 (
See also:Oxford, 1896) ;
See also:Eddius, Vita Wilfridi, xiv., xv. edited by J . Raine, Rolls Series (
See also:London, 1879) .
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