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Additional articles on this scanWilliam the Walloon - Date of birth unknown; d. (probably) Dec. 22, 1089. He became Abbot of St-Arnoul at Metz in 1050.
Willibald and Winnebald, Saints - Of the Order of St. Benedict, brothers, natives probably of Wessex in England, the former, first Bishop of Eichstatt, b. on Oct. 21, 700 (701); d. on July 7, 781 (787)
Nearby ArticlesWilliam of Wykeham - Bishop of Winchester, Chancellor of England and founder of Winchester College; b. between July and Sept., 1324; d. Sept. 27, 1404
William Perault - Writer and preacher, b. at Perault, France; d. at Lyons; the date of his death is disputed, some placing it before 1260, others extending it to about 1270 or 1275
William the Clerk - French poet of the thirteenth century
William the Conqueror - King of England and Duke of Normandy, was the natural son of Robert, Duke of Normandy, his mother, Herleva, being the daughter of a tanner of Falaise
William the Walloon - Date of birth unknown; d. (probably) Dec. 22, 1089. He became Abbot of St-Arnoul at Metz in 1050.
Williamites - There were two minor religious orders or congregations of this name: (1) a Benedictine congregation, more often known by the name of its chief house, Monte Vergine (2) the foundations named after St. William of Maleval