Eighth century king of Northumbria in England. Patron and supporter of Venerable Bede who dedicated his Ecclesiastical History to Ceolwulph. In later life Ceolwulph abdicated and became a monk at Lindisfarne Abbey, possibly as a way to prevent a war over his throne.
- 764 of natural causes
- relics translated to Nohram-on-Tweed, England in 830
- some relics later transferred to Durham, England
- “Saint Ceolwulph“. CatholicSaints.Info. 2 October 2012. Web. 5 May 2015. <>