680? – Saint Boniface was born at Crediton, Devon. He was a missionary who propagated Christianity in the Frankish Empire during the 8th century.
Received his theological training in the Benedictine monasteries of Adescancastre.
702 – At the age of 30 he became a priest. He wrote the first Latin grammar produced in England.
723 – He felled the holy oak tree dedicated to Thor.
He established the first bishopric in Germany.
737-738 – Visited to Rome, he was made papal legate for Germany.
745 – He was granted Mainz as metropolitan see.
754 – On 5th of June he was killed by mob in Frisia.
He is the patron saint of Germany and the Netherlands.