Headda of Hereford

For the 7th century Anglo-Saxon saint and bishop of York and of Lichfield, see Chad of Mercia.
Headda
Bishop of Hereford
Diocese Diocese of Hereford
Appointed between 758 and 770
Term ended between 770 and 777
Predecessor Acca
Successor Aldberht
Personal details
Died between 770 and 777
Denomination Catholic

Headda or Ceadda (died circa 774) was a medieval Bishop of Hereford.

Headda was consecrated between 758 and 770 and died between 770 and 777.[1]

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External links

  • Prospography of Anglo Saxon England entry for Headda
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Acca
Bishop of Hereford
c. 764–c. 774
Succeeded by
Aldberht
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