Watt and Murray, Fasti, 258: Wimund was a monk of Furness Abbey, and an Englishman, who moved in 1134 with a group of monks to found a daughter-house at Rushen. He was made bishop of the Isles before circa 1138 and described as 'first bishop of the Isles' 1150x86. He pursued lost claims to his patrimony (claiming to be the son of an earl of Moray) after 1142 and was recognised by David I, but was later captured, blinded and mutilated. He lived the rest of his life at Byland Abbey (Yorks.) and had probably resigned or been deprived of his see around 1148.