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|Died||1124, Haroldston, Wales|
|Venerated in||Roman Catholic Church|
Caradoc was a Welsh hermit and harpist. He served a local king in southern Wales before becoming a hermit at St. Cendydd Church in Gower, later taking up residence on Barry Island at St. Issels. Caradoc was later forced into exile by Henry I's invasion of the region, Caradoc went to Haroldston, where he occupied the cell of St. Ismael.