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Annemund

Annemund
Died 658
Honored in
Roman Catholic Church
Feast September 28

Saint Annemund, also known as Annemundus, Aunemundus and Chamond, was Archbishop of Lyon. His father, Sigon, was a prefect in Lyon, while his brother, Dalfin, was Count of Lyons.[1]

Annemund was a councillor of Clovis II and a friend of Wilfrid.[2] He died in 658. According to Bede (Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum v.19), this occurred at the order of Queen Balthild.

Annemund's feast day is September 28. The French commune of Saint-Chamond, Loire, is named after him.

References

  1. ^ Alban Butler, Butler's Lives of the Saints: September (Burns & Oates, 2000), p. 262.
  2. ^ Matthew Bunson, Margaret Bunson and Stephen Bunson, Our Sunday Visitor's encyclopedia of saints (ISBN 978-1931709750), p. 97.
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