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Eadgifu

Leominster

Eadgygu

Exeter

Eanflæd

Whitby

Eddusa

Arden

Eddusa
Edelina
Edelina

Polesworth

Edigna of Puch
Edith

Wilton

Edith

Nuneaton

Edith
Edith
Edith II

Godstow

Edith Lancelene

Godstow

Edith Wylton

Abstracts of the Inquisitiones Post Mortem Relating to Nottinghamshire, 1350-1436

Egeria

In her travel diary, Egeria addresses a circle of female readers, calling them "sisters." Because of this, some scholars think that Egeria was a member of a female monastic community in her homeland. Others note that, if she were a nun, it is unlikely that she would be able to leave her convent to travel freely for 3 years throughout the Near East. Following this line of thinking, she was a wealthy woman.

Egidia Howard

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Eidiez de Hinkelai [Edith,Q]
Eidiez de Hinkelai [Edith,Q]

Nuneaton

Ela,Isabella,Cts.Salisbury

Lacock

Ela/Isabella,Cts.Salisbury
Eleanor

Flixton

Eleanor

Horton

Eleanor

Cannington

Eleanor

Arthington

Eleanor

Arden

Eleanor Cobcot

Horton

Eleanor de Actune

Buckland

Eleanor de Bockynge

Redlingfield

Eleanor de Stoke
Eleanor Frechevyle
Eleanor of Weston

Barking

Eleanor Weyland

Marham

Eleanor, Queen of England

Marham

Elisabeth von Schönau

Schönau

Elisenda de Montcada

Founded the monastery of Pedralbes

Elizabeth

Carrow

Elizabeth

Horton

Elizabeth

Cluain Iraird

Elizabeth

Cluain Iraird

Elizabeth

Buckland

Elizabeth
Elizabeth
Elizabeth Barton
Elizabeth Beaupre

Blackborough

Elizabeth Blennerhasset

Campsey

Elizabeth Bradfield
Elizabeth Bredon

Crabhouse

Elizabeth Clopton

Redlingfield

Elizabeth Cothom

Baysdale

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