4 edition of Saint Sezni Patron of the parish of Sithney, Cornwall found in the catalog.
Saint Sezni Patron of the parish of Sithney, Cornwall
G. H Doble
Cover title: Two Cornish saints: S. Sithney and S. Elwin.
|Other titles||Saint Neot.|
|Statement||By the Rev. Gilbert H. Doble,... ; With some notes on Sithney church and parish, by Charles Henderson,....|
|Series||Cornish saints series -- 18|
|Contributions||Henderson, Charles Gordon, 1900-1933.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||60|
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Saint Sithney (Sezni), patron saint of Sithney, Cornwall (c. ) Saint Euphronius of Tours, Bishop of Tours in France () Saints Peregrinus, Maceratus and Viventius (6th century) Saint Lugid of Killaloe (Lua, Molua), a disciple of St Comgall, founded many monasteries (c.
) Post-Schism Orthodox saints. Full text of "Studies in church dedications: or, England's patron saints" See other formats.
Sithney (Sezni) Date unknown would rather look after mad dogs than women The legend of Saint Sithney is an interesting adaptation of that of Saint Kieran of Saighir. According to a Breton folk story, God revealed to Sithney that he was to be the patron of young girls.
Saint Sithney has a parish near Porthleven in west Cornwall and dedications in Brittany [PCB Sithney / Sidnius / Siduinus / Sydyny / Sidnini / Sidenini / Sithnini / Senseus / Sinninus could be Breton Saint Sezni].
-Saint Tecla; accounts of Breaca's journey give Saint Tecla the additional name Etha. She has a parish in north Cornwall [PCB says. Within is an early sixteenth century statue of the Saint as a hermit, bare-footed, holding a book in one hand and a staff in the other.
A cowl is drawn over his head. At Plaintel also, near Quintin, in Cotes du Nord, he is patron, and there is a chateau in the place called after him, Saint Quihouet, now transformed into a hospital.
The parish church (S. Theilo, B. of Llandaff) has been rebuilt and is successful. The tower of the old church, 17th. cent., remains. The patron has been relegated to a place of no consideration in the S. transept to make room for saints more modern and in the Roman Martyrology. Spezet. + c A hermit near Padstow in Cornwall.
He is venerated as the patron-saint of miners: Perranporth is named after him. Virgilius of Arles March 5 + c A monk from Lérins who became Bishop of Arles in France.
He probably consecrated Augustine Archbishop of Canterbury. March 6. Baldred (Balther) March 6 + 3. Society of Friends. Devon and Cornwall Quarterly Meeting.
Devon and Cornwall week-end Quarterly Meeting and lecture school, Falmouth, July 9th to 13th, programme. - [Plymouth: J. Keys [printers], ]. -  pages ; 16 cm.
- Cover title. Imprint from colophon. Reply form printed to inside of cover. - Copies: Society of FriendsAuthor: Ian Maxted. Saint Sithney Also known as. Sezin, Sezni. Profile. Emigrated from Britain to Guic-Sezni, Brittany (in modern France) where he founded a monastery.
A Breton legend says that God chose Sithney to be the patron of girls seeking husbands; the saint begged off, saying he would never get to rest, that he would rather take care of mad dogs than women.
The Saint is patron against hydrophobia. Outside the chapel is a cell into which were thrust those who had been bitten, and were not cured. They were communicated with the Host, thrust to them at the end of a stick, and there left to die.
Tugean's key is preserved in the church. The P. on the last Sunday in June is very famous. February 13 Baptism: Susan Elizabeth BENNY* (AFN: 1BM6-G2B) Breage, Cornwall, England. Cornwall Parish Record ID Fathers of both were tin miners and Susan lived in Church Town, Breage, Cornwall, England before coming to Australia via the USA.