Browse Monasticon

Title Dedication Region Date Foundedsort ascending Date Terminated
Lyminster S. Mary Sussex 1082 (circa) 1414 (circa), given to Eton College.
Klosterreichenbach Wurttemberg 1082
Santissima Trinità Apulia 1080-1120 (circa)
S. Trinità Apulia 1080-1120
Ezanville 6T 1080 (circa)
S. Cecilia d'Elins Catalonia 1079 (existed as a male community since c. 800) 1383: Bishop Berenguer d‚Erill supressed the community, but the nuns refused to abandon it until 1392, when they moved on to the community at Castellbò, where, a little later, the community died out.
Larrey 6G 1078 (circa) 1400 (circa) -- handed over to monks
Elstow S. Mary and S. Helen, and The Holy Trinity Bedfordshire 1075-78 (circa) 1539
S. Spirito sulla Costa Holy Spirit Tuscany 1075 (circa)
S. Pedro de las Dueñas 1075
Admont S. Blasius, Virgin Mary 1074
Hohenwart unknown 1074 1895
S. Andrea Marche 1073 1290-91 (see "Incorporated By," below).
Lincoln (Needs Verification) 1072 or before 1072 or after
Goettweig Blessed Virgin Mary, S. Blasius Lower Austria 1070 1557
S. Giorgio 1070
Millstatt S. Salvator; S. Domitian 1070 1469
S. Gaudenzio Piedmont 1069
S. Michele Marche 1067 or earlier (The house was granted privileges by Biship Bernard II in 1067, and the name, at least, is found in a doument by Otto II, addressed to Adamo, Bishop of Ascoli. 1460 (August 12), per the Bull of Paul II. Nuns were transferred to S. Maria delle Donne (see <C488>), and the house was given to the Olivitani.
S. Pier Maggiore Saint Peter Tuscany 1067 (circa) 1784 (circa)
S. Martino a Maiano Saint Martin Tuscany 1067 (circa) 1808
Stratford at Bow Leonard Middlesex 1066-1120 (sources disagree as to exact date of foundation) 1536
Chester (Early Foundation) St. Werburg? 1066, or before, possibly as early as 875 1093
Oldbury S. Edith Warwickshire 1066 or later 1154 or later
Minchinhampton female (needs verification) Gloucestershire 1066 or later
Stone Staffordshire 1066 or earlier, possibly as early as the seventh century. 1122-1125, when the community was granted to the male Augustinian monastery of Kenilworthy . By this time the nuns were most likely gone.
S. James hospital S. James Middlesex 1066 or earlier is probable; earliest documentation dates from the reign of Henry II. 1536
Chichester Peter Sussex 1066 or earlier 1075
Hinchingbrooke James and Michael. Further research is necessary to verify the dedication. Huntingdon 1066 or earlier 1536
Bury St. Edmonds 1066 or before 1086 or later
Caen (S. Trinite) Holy Trinity 6N 1066
Isny S.George; S.Jacob Wuerttemberg 1065- 1190; 1803
Southwark female (needs verification) S. Mary Surrey 1065 or earlier (needs verification) 1066 or earlier
S. Genes-les-Monges 6C 1065 (circa)
S. Maria delle Monache Virgin Mary LZ 1063 or earlier 1906-7
S. Maria a Monte Cellesi Saint Mary Tuscany 1063 or earlier
S. Ambrogio Saint Ambrose / Holy Trinity Tuscany 1063 1262
S. Scolastica Apulia 1060 or earlier
Rupt-aux-Nonnains 6K 1060 or earlier 1136 or earlier -- Exact date unknown, but records indicate that this was a community of monks by 1136.
Evreux Holy Redeemer 6O 1060 (circa); refounded: Refounded by King Phillip II Augustus of France outside the city walls in the early 13th century.
Senlis 6Q 1060 (circa)
Bonnesaigne 6J 1059 (circa)
SS. Annunziata id Fiorentino Apulia 1059 (circa) 1443 or later
S. Felicita di Firenze Saint Felicity Tuscany 1059
S. Giovanni Evangelisto a Pratovecchio Saint John the Evangelist Tuscany 1058 1808
S. Bartolomeo 1057, March 1410 (taken over by Augustinian order)
Santa Maria de Campis Piedmont 1057
Messines Flanders (West) 1057
Santissima Trinità e dell'Archangelo S. Michele Piedmont 1056 or earlier
Marcigny 6D 1055