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Cecilia Creyk

Flixton

Cecilia de Draycote

Ilchester

Cecilia de Lexynton
Cecilia de Sutton
Cecilia de Verney

Cannington

Cecilia de Well

Crabhouse

Cecilia Falstolf

Bungay

Cecily

Shouldham Double Monastery

Cecily

Elstow

Cecily Crompton

Arden

Cecily Crompton
Cecily Mortimer

Hospital of S. Paul

Cecily Suffield

Carrow

Celestria

Ankerwyke

Chiara Offreduccio di Favarone

Benedictine monastery San Paolo delle Abbadesse in Bastia, Beguine monastery San Angelo di Panzo, and Franciscan monastery S. Damiano.

Christian de Tilney

Crabhouse

Christiana of Bosham

Barking

Christina

Chicksands

Christina

Shouldham Double Monastery

Christina

Ilchester

Christina de Marisco

Goring

Christina de Valognes

Barking

Christina de Walingford

Goring

Christina Shrevenham

Littlemore

Christine de Pizan
Christine Ebner
Christine Holby
Christine Topcliff
Cicely
Cicely de Limsie
Cicely de Limsie

Polesworth

Cicely de Plumstede

Carrow

Cicely de Ufford

Flixton

Clare of Montefalco, Saint
Clarice de Morton

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Clementia Oweyn

Horton

Colomba
Constance

Aconbury

Cyra

Cyra and NULL founded a community outside Beroea. According to Theodoret, they lived in a small hut and walled up the doors with clay and stones. They constructed a window through which they took food and spoke with the women who came to see them. Only Marana spoke to visitors; Cyra never spoke. They wore iron weights and cloth mantels which covered their face, neck, chest, hands, and feet. They lived in the hut for 42 years. Their maidservants who also wished to share in this lifestyle built huts around Cyra and Marana's hut. Some also lived in the open air. (Philotheos historia. English. 1985, XXIX.1-7).

Dame Agnes

Carrow

Dame Agnes Edryge

Carrow

Dame Elizabeth Scott

Carrow

Danaq
Danetta

Thetford

Derborgyll

Cluain Iraird

Domina Emma
Domina Katherine Foster
Domnina
Dompna Johanna
Eadburh

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