(Monk who travelled with St Cuthbert 1) : He told the author about the event. He was the one who pointed to Cuthbert a woman weeping for her very ill son.
(Saint; bishop of Hexham, 684-685, and Lindisfarne, 685-687) : He asked Tydi if there was anyone else in the village that he could help. After Tydi pointed out the woman, he straightway rose and approached the woman, blessed the infant, kissed and healed it. He also told her that nobody else in her family would die by the plague.
(Mother of a child (Anonymous 70) healed by Cuthbert 1) : She was standing not far from Cuthbert and Tydi, weeping and wailing on account of a son of hers who was lately dead, and holding another one in her arms, who was very ill.
(Child healed by Cuthbert 1) : The infant child had his whole body swollen, and he was half-death and breathing his last.