Justus consecrated Paulinus as the first Bishop of York , before the latter accompanied Æthelburg of Kent to Northumbria for her marriage to King Edwin of Northumbria .  Bede records Justus as having died on 10 November, but does not give a year, although it is likely to have between 627 and 631.   After his death, Justus was regarded as a saint, and was given a feast day of 10 November.  The ninth century Stowe Missal commemorates his feast day, along with Mellitus and Laurence.  In the 1090s, his remains were translated , or ritually moved, to a shrine beside the high altar of St Augustine's Abbey in Canterbury. At about the same time, a Life was written about him by Goscelin of Saint-Bertin , as well as a poem by Reginald of Canterbury .  [d] Other material from Thomas of Elmham, Gervase of Canterbury , and William of Malmesbury , later medieval chroniclers, adds little to Bede's account of Justus' life.