Crispin

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Crispin

Saint, 3rd century ad, legendary Roman Christian martyr, with his brother Crispinian : they are the patron saints of shoemakers. Feast day: Oct. 25
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The two patron saints of the city, martyred by the Romans many centuries earlier, are Saints Crispin and Crispinian, both cobblers as it happens.
2 locations) St Clement Wells 20 August 1613 Tanners, Chandlers, and Butchers' guilds St Crispin and Crispinian Wells 20 August 1613 Cordwainers' guild St George Wells 17 June 1607 Mercers' guild?
October 26, events from history | ST CRISPIN AND CRISPINIAN'S DAY - Crispin and Crispinian were brother shoemakers who were martyred by being pricked to death by cobblers' awls.