Around 670 Archbishop Tatwine was born.
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. 729. This year appeared the comet-star, and St. Egbert (age 90) died in Iona. This year also died the Oswald Aetheling; and Osric King Northumbria was slain, who was eleven winters king of Northumberland; to which kingdom Ceolwulf succeeded, and held it eight years. The said Ceolwulf was the son of Cutha, Cutha Northumbria of Cuthwin, Cuthwin Northumbria of Leodwald Northumbria, Leodwald of Egwald Northumbria, Egwald of Ealdhelm Northumbria, Ealdhelm of Occa Northumbria, Occa of Ida, Ida of Eoppa Bernicia. Archbishop Bertwald died this year on the ides of January. He was bishop thirty-seven winters, and six months, and fourteen days. The same year Tatwine (age 59), who was before a priest at Bredon in Mercia, was consecrated archbishop by Daniel Bishop of Winchester, Ingwald Bishop of London, Aldwin Bishop of Lichfield, and Aldulf Bishop of Rochester, on the tenth day of June. He enjoyed the archbishopric about three years.
On 30 Jul 734 Archbishop Tatwine (age 64) died.