Benedictine monk. Sixth Archbishop of Canterbury, England in 655, the first Anglo-Saxon to hold the seat. Served during a relatively quiet period in the history of this diocese. Founded a convent on the Isle of Thanet. Venerable Bede mentions him in his writings, but provides no details about him.
- Sussex, England as Freithona
- October 664 in England of plague
- interred in the abbey church of Saints Peter and Paul in Canterbury, England
- “Saint Deusdedit of Canterbury“. CatholicSaints.Info. 14 July 2016. Web. 24 October 2016. <>