Icon of St. Ina of Wales - (1IN25)

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St. Ina of Wales (+5th c.)

St. Ina was the daughter of Ceredig ab Cunedda Wledig (c. 420–453), and a granddaughter of Cunedda Wledig, the patriarch of the royal dynasty of Gwynedd. Her father, Ceredig, was ruler of Ceredigion, which according to tradition, was named after him.

She is the patron of the Church of Saint Ina in Llanina near New Quay, Ceredigion. St. Ina Road in Heath, Cardiff also takes its name after her and is among a group of roads named after various Celtic saints.