Feast day: February 27th
When did St. Alnoth live: in the seventh century
Biography of St. Alnoth of Stowe:
St. Alnoth was native from Northhampton, England and used to tend the cows on the lands of St. Werburga's monastery. In his early years, he has worked for a local official but was taken usage of and he soon gained a reputation of being very patient and holy. Alnoth died in 700 when two robbers murdered him in his hermitage. His tomb is located at Stowe, near Bubrook in Northhampon.
Statues and wooden sculptures representing St. Alnoth - portrayal, imagery and emblem: St. Alnoth is shown as a martyr with wooden stick, rosary and a tree trunk at his feet as a symbol for his love of nature.