(Veepus, Veepy, Wimp, Wennapa) (Saint) Virgin (July 1) (6th century) Patron Saint of Saint Veep (Cornwall). Saint Veep (in Welsh, Gwenagwy) was a daughter of Caw, chief in North Britain and a sister of Saint Samson of York. Driven south by the Picts, with others of her family she settled in Cornwall, where place-names still recall her memory.
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