Hwætberht 1 wisely saw to it that a great many privileges were restored to the monastery including the translation of some former abbots' bones.
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(Abbot of Monkwearmouth-Jarrow, 716-?c.747)
(Abbot of Wearmouth-Jarrow, d.686) : his bones were moved from the porch at the entrance to St Peter's church and placed in the same coffin as Sigefrith 3's which was placed within the church next to Biscop's body.
(Joint abbot of Wearmouth, d.689) : his bones were disinterred from a spot just south of the sanctuary and placed with Eosterwine 1's in a coffin within the church alongside the body of Biscop.
(Monk of St Peter's, Wearmouth) : having died on the day of the translation he was interred as the same place as the abbots.