Wilfrid 2 fell ill while travelling and had a vision of St Michael, which he recounted to Acca 3.
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(Bishop of York and Saint, d.709) : While journeying Wilfrid 2 fell ill and was brought by his companions (Anonymi 381) to Meaux. On the morning of his fifth day of unconsciousness, he had a vision of St Michael who predicted he would recover, reach his fatherland, and regain his possessions. Michael stated he would revisit him four years hence. The bishop regained consciousness and asked the company where Acca 3 was. Acca 3 came and Wilfrid 2 recounted the vision to him.
(Brethren travelling with Wilfrid 2 back from Rome after his second appeal to the Apostolic See) : The companions of Wilfrid 2 (Anonymi 381) carried him on a litter to Meaux, believing that he would die. On regaining consciousness, he asked those, who were weeping and singing, for Acca 3.
(Bishop of Hexham, 709-731; d.737/740) : Acca 3 came in response to Wilfrid 2's request and listened to the account of his vision of St Michael.