Chronological list of saints in the 9th century


Chronological list of saints in the 9th century

A list of 9th century saints:

Name Birth Birthplace Death Place of death Notes
Anselm of Nonantola     803  
Maurontus     804   Bishop of Marseilles
Paulinus of Aquileia 726   804  
Amalburga     805  
Urbitius (Urbez)     805  
Tarasius     806   Bishop of Constantinople
Tanco (Tancho, Tatta, Tatto)     808   Bishop of Verden
Ludger 743   809   Bishop of Munster
William of Gellone     812  
John of Constantinople     813  
John     813   Bishop of Pavia
Angilbert (Homer)     814  
Charlemagne 742   814  
Plato     814  
Geminus     815  
Theophanes and Companions     815  
Leo III     816   pope
Theophanes the Chronicler 758   817  
Athanasius     818  
Michael the Confessor     818   Bishop of Synnada
Anne (Euphemianus)     820  
Benedict     820   Bishop of Angers
Emilian     820   Bishop of Cyzicus
Benedict of Aniane 750   821  
Eigil (Aegilius)     822  
Blaithmaic     823  
Adolphus and John     824  
Aengus (Dengus, "the Culdee")     824  
Paschal I     824   pope
George[disambiguation needed ]     825   Bishop of Amastris Amasra
Ida of Herzfeld     825  
Paulinus     826   Bishop of Sinigaglia
Theodore the Studite 759   826  
Adalhard (Adelard) 753   827  
Hildegrin     827   Bishop of Châlons-sur-Marne
Angelelmus     828   Bishop of Auxerre
Apollinaris of Monte Cassino     828  
Nicephorus     828  
Antonius of Sorrento     830  
Glastian     830   Bishop of Kinglassie
Ymar     830  
Ansegisus 770   833  
Deusdedit     834  
Etheldritha (Alfreda)     834  
Sirian Abrahamites     835  
Pomposa     835  
Aigulf (Ayoul)     836   Bishop of Bourges
Peter of Atroa 773   837  
Frederick     838   Bishop of Utrecht
Gunioc     838  
Nicetas of Constantinople     838  
Agobard, Archbishop of Lyons     840  
Ansovinus     840   Bishop of Camerino
Arnulf     840  
Bolcan (Olcan of Kilmayle)     840   Bishop of Derban
Paul     840   Bishop of Prusa
Theophylact     840  
Aldericus     841  
Theodore and Theophanes     841  
Bernard (Barnard) 778   842  
Ardo Smaragdus     843  
Gohardus and Companions     843  
Paulinus     843   Bishop of Capua
Hildeman     844   Bishop of Beauvais
Benedict of Macerac     845  
Fulk     845  
Theophylact (Theophilus)     845   Bishop of Nicomedia
Joannicus 754   846  
Deochar (Gottlieb, Theutger)     847  
Methodius I     847  
Martyrs of Amorion     848  
Adalgis     850   Bishop of Novara
Badulfus     850  
Lufthildis (Leuchteldis)     850  
Martyrs of Bulgaria     850  
Maura of Troyes     850  
Medraid (Merald, Merault)     850  
Simeon     850  
Wistan     850  
Alodia     851  
Blessed Diarmaid     851   Bishop of Armagh
Flora and Mary     851  
Isaac of Cordoba 824   851  
Mary of Cordoba     851  
Nunilo and Alodia     851  
Paul of St. Zoilus     851  
Perfectus     851  
Peter     851  
Sanctius (Sancho)     851  
Theodemir     851  
Christopher     852  
Emilas     852  
Fandila     852  
George[disambiguation needed ]     852  
Gumesindus     852  
Leovigild     852  
Nathalia     852  
Rogellus     852  
Anastasius XVII     853  
Benildis     853  
Columba of Cordoba     853  
Abundius     854  
Odulf (Odulphus)     855  
Sandila     855  
Aldric 800   856  
Argimirius     856  
Aurea     856  
Elias     856  
Rabanus Maurus 784   856 Winkel Abbot of Fulda, Archbishop of Mainz
Roderick and Solomon     857  
Eulogius of Cordova     859  
Gosbert     859   Bishop of Osnabruck
Leocritia (Lucretia)     859  
Meinuph (Magenulf, Meinulf, Magenulpus, Meen)     857 or 859  
Abbo     860   Bishop of Auxerre
Athanasia     860  
Paschasius Radbertus 786   860  
Meinrad     861  
Swithin (Swithun)     862   Bishop of Winchester
Feredarius     863  
Theodoric     863   Bishop of Cambrai-Arras
Laura     864  
Ansgar (Anskar) 801   865  
James of Sasseau     865  
Hunger     866   Bishop of Utrecht
Ralph (Raoul, Radulf)     866   Bishop of Bourges
Lazarus Zographos     867  
Convoyon     868  
Annobert     869   Bishop of Seez
Cyril     869  
Evrard     869  
Badilo     870  
Beocca     870  
Cearan (Ciaran)     870  
Ebba ("The Younger")     870  
Edmund 840   870  
Egelred     870  
Hedda     870  
Arnulf     871   Bishop of Toul
Athanasius     872   Bishop of Naples
Altfrid     874   Bishop of Hildesheim
Constantine[disambiguation needed ]     874  
Ado of Vienne 800   875  
Adrian and Companions     875  
Clarus     875  
Egilo (Eigil)     875  
Remigius     875   Archbishop of Lyons
Donatus     876   Bishop of Fiesole
Ignatius of Constantinople 797 Constantinople 877 Constantinople Patriarch of Constantinople
Neot     877  
Fintan     879  
Andrew of Fiesloe (Andrew the Scot)     880  
Maimbod (Mainboeuf)     880  
Martyrs of Ebsdorf     880  
Odo of Beauvais 801   880   Bishop of Beauvais
Solange (Solangia)     880  
Theodoric     880   Bishop of Ninden
Victor[disambiguation needed ]     880  
Egilhard     881  
Bertharius     884  
Eusebius     884  
Athanasius     885   Bishop of Modon
Gerebald     885   Bishop of Chalon-sur-Saône
Hiero (Iero)     885  
Methodius     885   Bishop of Pannonia
Ansbald     886  
Joseph the Hymnographer     886  
Meriadoc (Meriasec)     886   Bishop of Vannes
Ansuinus     888  
Fidweten     888  
Gibardus     888  
Rembert     888   Bishop of Hamburg Bremen
Leo of Carentan 856   890  
Vintila     890  
Theodard (Audard)     893  
Aurelian     895  
Richardis 840   895  
Alfred the Great 849   899  
Amelberga     900  
Andrew     900  
Benedict Revelli     900   Bishop of Albenga
Cuthman     900  
Gauderic     900  
Lambert of Saragossa     900  
Leo Luke     900  
Leo     900   Bishop of Rouen

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