(Born c.AD 390)
(Latin: Catovibacus; English: Cactmark)
Cadgyfarch was the son of St.
Cadfrod, Bishop of Caerleon. Extremely little is known of him and
his historicity is thus in considerable doubt. He is said to have been a
bishop, presumably of Burrium alias Bryn Buga (Usk in
Monmouthshire), where he was patron before the church was rededicated to
St. Mary Magdalene.
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