Ellie Wood Keith Genealogy

SAINTS

SAINTS



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Saint Aelfgifu or Elgiva
Saint Aelfgifu or Elgiva
 
 
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Saint Arnuff, Bishop of Metz
Saint Arnuff, Bishop of Metz
 
 
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Saint Begga
Saint Begga
 
 
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Saint Charlemagne stained glass window in the Metz railroad station
Saint Charlemagne stained glass window in the Metz railroad station
 
 
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Saint Evrard statue
Saint Evrard statue
 
 
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Saint Ferdinand III
Saint Ferdinand III
 
 
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Saint Guilhem of Gellone
Saint Guilhem of Gellone
Saint William of Gellone 
 
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Saint Margaret, Queen of Scotland
Saint Margaret, Queen of Scotland
 
 
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Saint Mathilde
Saint Mathilde
 
 
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Saint Richeza, Queen consort of the Ezzonian dynasty
Saint Richeza, Queen consort of the Ezzonian dynasty
 
 
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Sainte Adele of France
Sainte Adele of France
 
 
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Saint Aelis (Adelheid) Empress in Rome
Saint Aelis (Adelheid) Empress in Rome
 
 
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Saint Ludmilla
Saint Ludmilla
 
 
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Saint Louis IX, King of France
Saint Louis IX, King of France
 
 
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Ingegerd of Sweden
Ingegerd of Sweden
11th-century fresco of the St. Sophia Cathedral in Kiev representing the daughters of Ingegerd and Yaroslav I, with Anna probably being the youngest. Other daughters were Anastasia wife of Andrew I of Hungary, Elizabeth wife of Harald III of Norway, and perhaps Agatha wife of Edward the Exile. 
 
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Saint Vladmir \'the Great\'
Saint Vladmir \'the Great\'
Monument on Saint Vladimir Hill in Kiev, often depicted in paintings and photographs of the city. 
 
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Saint Vladimir of Kiev
Saint Vladimir of Kiev
 
 
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Saint Olga of Kiev
Saint Olga of Kiev
Olga was one of the first people of Rus\' to be proclaimed a saint for her efforts to spread Christianity throughout the country. Because of her proselytizing influence, the Eastern Orthodox Church, the Ruthenian Greek Catholic Church, and the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church call Saint Olga by the honorific Isap√≥stolos, \"Equal to the Apostles\". She is also a saint in the Roman Catholic Church. However, she failed to convert Svyatoslav, and it was left to Vladimir I, her grandson and pupil, to make Christianity the lasting state religion. During her son\'s prolonged military campaigns, she remained in charge of Kiev, residing in the castle of Vyshgorod with her grandsons. She died in 969, soon after the Pechenegs\' siege of the city. 
 
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David I 'the Saint', King of Scotland 1124-1153
David I 'the Saint', King of Scotland 1124-1153