Wednesday, August 20, 2014


St. Eingan
Eingan of Llanengan,
Feast day: February 9
 Also known as Einganor Eneon, Einion, Eneon, Anianus
Death: 6th century

Died . 590

Welsh prince and hermit, also called Anianus, Einon, and Eneon. He came from Cumberland, in Wales, the son of a chieftain..
Feast day sometimes shown as April 21. The British or Scotus)prince Saint Eingan or Eneon Bhrenin, left Cumberland for Wales, where he ended his days as a hermit at Llanengan near Bangor. He is said to have been a son of the chieftain Cunedda, whose family claims no less than 50 saints.

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