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Information on St. Fergus Cruithneach, an Irish bishop also called Fergus the Pict. He is buried at Glamis.
Information on St. Fergus of Downpatrick, a sixth-century bishop whose feast day is 30 March.
Sites related to St. Finan, an Irishman who became a monk of Iona, and bishop of Lindisfarne. He died in 661.
Sites about St. Finnian of Moville, an Irish monk whose most famous pupil was St. Columba. Finnian died in 589.
Sites dedicated to St. Foillan, the blood brother of SS. Fursey and Ultan. He was a monk and missionary to East Anglia. When his monastery was destroyed by the Mercians, he fled to Gaul, where he was murdered in about 655.
Sites dedicated to St. Frideswide, the patron saint of Oxford.
Sites on St. Fursey, the blood brother of SS Foillan and Ultan. Fursey became abbot of Lagny, and died in about 650.
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