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Title Dedication Regionsort ascending Date Founded Date Terminated
S. Elisabetta Saint Elizabeth Tuscany 1453 (circa)
S. Salvadore e S. Brigida Holy Savior ("Saint Salvatore?")/ Saint Bridget Tuscany 1393
S. Matteo in Arcetri Saint Matthew Tuscany 1414 or earlier
S. Maria del Gesu di S. Casciano Saint Mary Tuscany
S. Martino Saint Martin Tuscany 1089 1414 or later
S. Jacopo e S. Filippo Saint Jacob / Saint Philip Tuscany
S. Monica Saint Monica Tuscany 1338 1775
S. Salvatore in Muro S. Salvatore (Holy Redeemer?) Tuscany 1277 1302
S. Caterina a Lago Saint Catherine Tuscany
S. Margarita Saint Margaret Tuscan 1368
Cell Cere Tipperary 600-625 (circa)
Molough St. Brigid Tipperary 400 or later / refounded during the 14th century 1540
Inis Leamhnachta Tipperary unknown 1228
Carrick-on-Suir Tipperary 1385 or earlier (needs verification) 1542 or earlier (needs verification)
Buergel Blessed Virgin Mary; S George Thuringia 1133 Women's house: 1149-1188; Men's house: 1530
Fischingen Blessed Virgin Mary, S. Idda Thurgau 1138 1848
Adelberg Swabia ca. 1178
S. Bartholomew Hospital Bartholomew Sussex 1219 1502-21
S. Mary, Chichester Sussex 1229 or earlier
S. James, Arundel James Sussex 1196 or earlier 1459 or earlier
Rusper S. Mary Magdalene Sussex 1189-1199, though one source dates the foundation to before 1174. 1537
Ramestede Sussex 1174-83 (circa) 1202 or earlier
Lyminster S. Mary Sussex 1082 (circa) 1414 (circa), given to Eton College.
Chichester Peter Sussex 1066 or earlier 1075
Easebourne S. Mary of the Nativity Sussex 1248 or earlier 1535
S. John the Baptist Holy Cross, John the Baptist Sussex 1292 or earlier 1530-39
Sompting Hospital Sussex 1288 or earlier 1351 or later
Oxenford Surrey 1305 or earlier 1305
Southwark female (needs verification) S. Mary Surrey 1065 or earlier (needs verification) 1066 or earlier
Horsley Surrey 1199
S. Thomas Martyr Sometime after 1173 the hospital is dedicated to Thomas Martyr. Surrey 1170 (probable date) 1540
Holy Trinity Trinity Suffolk 1251 or earlier 1754 or earlier
S. James James Suffolk 1199 or earlier 1754 or earlier
S. Saviour To the Saviour Suffolk 1184-5 1307 or earlier
Domus Dei The hopital was dedicated to God and to S. John the Evangelist Suffolk 1248-1256 1539
S. Mary Magdalene Mary Magdalene Suffolk 1267 or earlier 1596 or later
Flixton S. Mary and S. Catherine, S. Barbara Suffolk 1258, 1259 1536/7
Campsey S. Mary Suffolk 1195 1536
Redlingfield The community was dedicated to S. Andrew at its foundation. In 1535, it was dedicated to S. Mary. Suffolk 1120 1537
Bungay S. Mary and the Holy Cross Suffolk 1183 (nuns installed); (original foundation 1175 or 1176) 1536
Bruisyard S. Mary Annunciation Suffolk 1364-6 1539
Wolverhampton S. Mary Staffordshire 1392-5 1514 or later
Blithbury Giles Staffordshire 1129-1147. 1534
Brewood Black Ladies S. Mary Staffordshire 1150 or earlier, although one source says that it was founded during the reign of Richard I and was a dependency of Blackborough, but further research is necessary to verify this. 1538
Farewell S. Mary Staffordshire 1140 (circa) 1527
Beacon Street, hospital Staffordshire 1424 (circa)
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.
Catune Staffordshire
Tamworth St. Edith? Staffordshire 1000 or earlier 1066 or later
S. Mary Magdalen S. Mary Magdalene Somershire 1212 or earlier 1540 or later