St. Sillian of Bangor, Abbot
Died c. 610. A disciple of St. Comgall (f.d. May 10) of Bangor, County Down, and his second successor as abbot of that monastery (Benedictines). St. Sillian is also considered to be a Latin saint of the (Russian) Orthodox Patriarchate of Rome
A site with a brief history of Bangor Abbey and a timeline of its Abbots up to 1170:
Image: Back in Bangor | . 2017. Back in Bangor | . [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.bishopdavid.net/2010/11/back-in-bangor/. [Accessed 21 February 2017].
St. Sillian of Bangor, Abbot-Celtic and Old English Saints . 2017. Celtic and Old English Saints . [ONLINE] Available at: http://celticsaints.org. [Accessed 21 February 2017].
Latin Saints:Orthodox England. 2017. Orthodox England. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.orthodoxengland.org.uk/. [Accessed 21 February 2017].