(Celtic, man’s strength) Confessor (died Glamis, c.730). He preached in the counties of Perth and Caithness, in Scotland, founding churches dedicated to Saint Patrick at Strageath, Blackford, and Dolpatrick in Perthshire; Wick and Halkirk, in Caithnessshire; and Lungley (now Saint Fergus), in Aberdeenshire. He finally settled at Glamis, Forfarshire, where he was buried. His head was later transferred to Scone Abbey. Feast, Ireland, 8 September; Scotland, 18 November.
- “Saint Fergus”. . Saints.SQPN.com. 6 September 2013. Web. 28 January 2015. <>