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Title Dedication Region Date Founded Date Terminatedsort descending
Hospital of S. Mary, Yarmouth S. Mary Norfolk 1278 or earlier 1545 or later
S. Leonard, Domus Dei, Maison Dieu S. Leonard Derbyshire 1327 1546
Hohenburg Blessed Virgin Mary; S. Odilia Alsace 680 (circa) 1546 (for female community -- final dissolution in 1661)
Nottingham, Plumtree's Hospital S. Mary Nottingham 1392 1546 or earlier
S. Giles Hospital Dedicated to S. Egidius (Giles ), The Holy Trinity, S. Mary and S. Anne. All dedications were in the original foundation. Norfolk 1245-6 1547
Wimborne hospital S. Margaret and S. Anthony Dorsetshire 1216 or earlier 1547
Iona St Mary ARG 1208 or earlier 1547
S. John Evan and S. John the Baptist John the Evangelist, John the Baptist Leiceistershire 1200 (circa) 1547 (circa)
Blatzheim Aula S. Peter; Aula S. Mary 1247 (circa) 1547 (circa)
Sprotbrough Edmund Yorkshire 1271 1547 or earlier
Frauenaurach 1268 (circa) 1548
Baile na Caillighe Limerick 1283 1548 or earlier
Himmelkron Blessed Virgin Mary 1280 1548-1569
Heiligengrabe holy sepulcher Prignitz region in north-eastern Brandenburg 1287 1549
S. Maria Annunziata Saint Mary of the Annunciation Tuscany 1363 or later 1549 or later
Hospital of S. Mary Magdalen S. Mary Magdalene Norfolk 1145 1549. The buildings were sacked during Ket's Rebellion in 1549.
S. Pietro di S. Anne Marche 1550-1600 (circa) -- Fell into ruin
Killeenatrava Mayo 1223 or later (needs verification) 1550-1600 (needs verification)
Cluain Ferta Brenaind Galway 560 (circa)/ 1144 (needs verification) 1550-1600 (needs verification)
Thanington S. James Kent 1164 1551
Graufthal S. Gandolph Unter-Elsass 700-799 1551
S. Lorenzo alla Rivolta Saint Lawrence Tuscany 1551
Name unknown (Franciscan Tertiaries) Holy Cross 1484 1551
Bergen S. Cross 976 1552
Klösterle 1494 or earlier 1552 (circa)
S. Onofrio Marche 1243 (possibly 1248) 1553
Abbenrode Blessed Virgin Mary 1252 1554
Schlüsselau Blessed Virgin Mary and holy Trinity 1280 (circa) 1554
S. Maria and S. Theodor S. Mary; S. Theodore (at least since the mid-fourteenth century); S. John the Evangelist 1157 (1273, according to Krämer) 1554 (1802, according to Krämer)
Glatten 1449 1554 (alternatively: 1594)
S. Johanniszelle unter Wildberg S. Mary and S. John the Evangelist 1130 (circa) 1555
Rothenburg (Tertiaries) before 1400 1555
The Papey S. Augustine, S. Charity, and S. John Middlesex 1442 1556
Seligenporten the visitation of Mary (today: Ascension of Mary) 1242 (circa); 1247-1249 1556-76 (circa); final dissolution in 1803 (see miscellaneous)
Goettweig Blessed Virgin Mary, S. Blasius Lower Austria 1070 1557
Bocholt (white nuns) S. Clara Bremen, district Syke 1300 (circa) 1557 (according to Krämer); 1803
S. Clara Catalonia 1322 1559
Disibodenberg Disibod (needs verification) 1000 (circa) 1559
Fischbeck Blessed Virgin Mary; (later) S. John the Baptist 955 1559
S. Maria e S. Biagio LZ 921 1560
S. Agnes S. Agnes 1250; Link places the foundation in 1151 1560
Aberdour 1486 1560
Dundee Angus (Scotland) 1501-2 1560
Termonn Caelaind Roscommon 1223-4 or later 1560-1600 (circa -- needs verification)
Fooran Westmeath 1385 or earlier (needs verification) 1560-1600 (needs verification)
Tempall na ferta Armagh 400 or later 1562 (needs verification)
Temple Brigid Saint Brigid Armagh 400 or later (needs verification) 1562 (needs verification)
Ballynagalliagh Sligo 1223 or later (needs verification) 1562 or earlier (needs verification)
Gnadenberg S. Salvator (needs verification) 1420 (male); 1435 (female) 1563
S. Magdalena Mary Magdalene (needs verification) 1200 (circa) 1563

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