(Missionary; archbishop of the Frisians, 695-739; abbot of Echternach, 697/698-739) : Willibrord 1 wished to refresh his tired horses in the meadows of a certain rich man (Anonymous 382). He asked Anonymous 382 to desist from driving off his horses and suggested he share a drink with him. After this had been received with abuse, Willibrord 1 declared that Anonymous 382 should not drink. Immediately afterwards, when Willibrord 1's companions (Anonymi 1172) were ready, he went on his way.
(Rich man excommunicated and then forgiven by Willibrord 1) : When Anonymous 382 saw the Willibrord 1's horses feeding in his meadows, he began to drive them off. In response to Willibrord 1's request for him to desist and instead share a drink with him, Anonymous 382 tossed insults at him. When Anonymous 382 hastened home, he was suddenly thirsty: while wanting to cool his hot stomach with the wine, his mouth was unable to receive it. At length he acknowledged that Willibrord 1 was a holy man and sought his return.