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- Ceatta of Lichfield is an obscure Anglo Saxon saint of the Catholic Church. He is unknown beyond a mention in the 11th-century Old English listing, On...
- Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-56350-X. Headda 13 at Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England (listing shared with Ceatta of Lichfield)...
- OE: Sancte Ceadda, sancte Cedde, sancte Ceatta. Latin: Sanctusque Ceadda, sanctus Cedde, sanctus Ceatta Sancte Æþered, se cyningc, Sancte Ostryð...
- were promoted to national league for the forthcoming season of 2015/16. Ceatta of Lichfield, an obscure 11th century Anglo Saxon saint of the Catholic...
- either from nearby St. Chad's well at Chadwell or from the Old English for 'Ceatta's well or stream'.The village contains a number of notable buildings. A...
- from the Celtic word ced, meaning wood. Chat Moss could also derive from Ceatta, an Old English personal name and mos, a swamp or alternatively the first...
- unknown British Milton Abbas Ceadda of Lichfield 7th Northumbrian Lichfield Ceatta of Lichfield unknown obscure Lichfield Possibly a duplication of Ceadda...
- voiceover, and on-camera work from veteran and pioneering broadcaster Ceatta Mickey. In 1997, while producing his own public-access television program...
- recorded in the Domesday Book in 1086. The name "Chetnole" is thought to mean ‘Ceatta’s hilloc or hilltop’ from an Old English proper name and 'cnoll'. Chetnole...
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