Eadwald 4 (Male) Boy healed by Wilfrid 2
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Notes: The boy is called Adelwaldus in William of Malmesbury Gesta Pontificum.

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Stephen.VitWilfridi: Stephen.VitWilfridi (10)
Recorded Name (2)
... agnomine Filius Episcopi ... (1)
 Stephen.VitWilfridi  18
... cognomine Eodwald ... (1)
 Stephen.VitWilfridi  18
Personal Information (2)
physical (1)
 Stephen.VitWilfridi  18 (handsome boy)
residence (1)
 Stephen.VitWilfridi  18 (having been sought he was found hidden amongst others of the British)
Occupation (1)
Monk (1)
 Stephen.VitWilfridi  18
Status (1)
Puer (1)
 Stephen.VitWilfridi  18
Personal Relationship (2)
~ Mother (Consanguineal kinship) of Eadwald 4 (1)
 Anonymous 131: of Eadwald 4: Stephen.VitWilfridi  18
Eadwald 4 Son (Consanguineal kinship) of ~ (1)
 of Anonymous 131: Stephen.VitWilfridi  18
Event (2)
Baptism (1)
 Wilfrid 2.healing of young British boy (Eadwald 4): Wilfrid 2 healed and baptized Eadwald 4.: Stephen.VitWilfridi  18
Death/dying (1)
 Eadwald 4.death: Eadwald 4, living in God's service in Ripon, died in the great plague.: Stephen.VitWilfridi  18
Healing (1)
 Wilfrid 2.healing of young British boy (Eadwald 4): Wilfrid 2 healed and baptized Eadwald 4.: Stephen.VitWilfridi  18
Miracle (1)
 Wilfrid 2.healing of young British boy (Eadwald 4): Wilfrid 2 healed and baptized Eadwald 4.: Stephen.VitWilfridi  18
WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum: Gesta Pontificum Anglorum (1)
Event (1)
Confirmation (1)
 Wilfrid 2.miracles: Wilfrid 2, on entering the village of Tiddanefre, was met by a large group of women offering children for confirmation. Among them was Anonymous 131 who offered her son [Eadwald 4] as if he was still alive, hoping that her trick would bring him back to life. Wilfrid 2 discovered her deceit, but, moved by her tears and determination, he prayed over the child, placed his right hand over the corpse and brought him back to life. This boy [Eadwald 4] later became a monk of Ripon. A similar miracle happened at Hexham. A monk [Bothelm 1] fell from the top of the church, which was being built, and had all his bones broken. But the bishop [Wilfrid 2] called the monks to prayer, and the broken bones knitted together, and the patient regained his strength. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.100.24-28
Injury and wounding (1)
 Wilfrid 2.miracles: Wilfrid 2, on entering the village of Tiddanefre, was met by a large group of women offering children for confirmation. Among them was Anonymous 131 who offered her son [Eadwald 4] as if he was still alive, hoping that her trick would bring him back to life. Wilfrid 2 discovered her deceit, but, moved by her tears and determination, he prayed over the child, placed his right hand over the corpse and brought him back to life. This boy [Eadwald 4] later became a monk of Ripon. A similar miracle happened at Hexham. A monk [Bothelm 1] fell from the top of the church, which was being built, and had all his bones broken. But the bishop [Wilfrid 2] called the monks to prayer, and the broken bones knitted together, and the patient regained his strength. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.100.24-28
Meeting (1)
 Wilfrid 2.miracles: Wilfrid 2, on entering the village of Tiddanefre, was met by a large group of women offering children for confirmation. Among them was Anonymous 131 who offered her son [Eadwald 4] as if he was still alive, hoping that her trick would bring him back to life. Wilfrid 2 discovered her deceit, but, moved by her tears and determination, he prayed over the child, placed his right hand over the corpse and brought him back to life. This boy [Eadwald 4] later became a monk of Ripon. A similar miracle happened at Hexham. A monk [Bothelm 1] fell from the top of the church, which was being built, and had all his bones broken. But the bishop [Wilfrid 2] called the monks to prayer, and the broken bones knitted together, and the patient regained his strength. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.100.24-28
Miracle (1)
 Wilfrid 2.miracles: Wilfrid 2, on entering the village of Tiddanefre, was met by a large group of women offering children for confirmation. Among them was Anonymous 131 who offered her son [Eadwald 4] as if he was still alive, hoping that her trick would bring him back to life. Wilfrid 2 discovered her deceit, but, moved by her tears and determination, he prayed over the child, placed his right hand over the corpse and brought him back to life. This boy [Eadwald 4] later became a monk of Ripon. A similar miracle happened at Hexham. A monk [Bothelm 1] fell from the top of the church, which was being built, and had all his bones broken. But the bishop [Wilfrid 2] called the monks to prayer, and the broken bones knitted together, and the patient regained his strength. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.100.24-28
Monastic life, converting to/joining/oblation (1)
 Wilfrid 2.miracles: Wilfrid 2, on entering the village of Tiddanefre, was met by a large group of women offering children for confirmation. Among them was Anonymous 131 who offered her son [Eadwald 4] as if he was still alive, hoping that her trick would bring him back to life. Wilfrid 2 discovered her deceit, but, moved by her tears and determination, he prayed over the child, placed his right hand over the corpse and brought him back to life. This boy [Eadwald 4] later became a monk of Ripon. A similar miracle happened at Hexham. A monk [Bothelm 1] fell from the top of the church, which was being built, and had all his bones broken. But the bishop [Wilfrid 2] called the monks to prayer, and the broken bones knitted together, and the patient regained his strength. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.100.24-28
Praying (1)
 Wilfrid 2.miracles: Wilfrid 2, on entering the village of Tiddanefre, was met by a large group of women offering children for confirmation. Among them was Anonymous 131 who offered her son [Eadwald 4] as if he was still alive, hoping that her trick would bring him back to life. Wilfrid 2 discovered her deceit, but, moved by her tears and determination, he prayed over the child, placed his right hand over the corpse and brought him back to life. This boy [Eadwald 4] later became a monk of Ripon. A similar miracle happened at Hexham. A monk [Bothelm 1] fell from the top of the church, which was being built, and had all his bones broken. But the bishop [Wilfrid 2] called the monks to prayer, and the broken bones knitted together, and the patient regained his strength. : WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.100.24-28