(King of the Dwellers in Kent, 664-673)
(Praefectus in Kent, fl. 669) : He took Theodore 1 with the permission of Ebroin 1 and took him to the port called Quentavic. Here he was delayed owing to sickness, but when he began to recover, he sailed to Britain.
(Mayor of the Palace in Neustria) : He gave the permission to take Theodore 1 to England, but he kept Hadrian 2 because he suspected him of having some mission from the emperor to the kings of Britain against his own kingdom.
(Archbishop of Canterbury, 668-690)
(Abbot of St Peter's, Canterbury, c.635-710) : When Ebroin 1 let him go after Theodore 1, the latter gave him the monastery of St Peter.