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Margry Tayllour
Christiana of Bosham

Barking

Maud le Strange

Carrow

Margaret

Ilchester

Lyne

Polesworth

Alice de Abendon

Littlemore

Margaret Silk

Cluain Iraird

Margery Howell
Mary

Barking

Horabile/Horabila de Aylesbury
Alice de Pierrepont

S. Mary's Chester

Beatrice de Holm

Arden

Beatrice

Carrow

Matilda de Morton

Cannington

Julian Lampett

Carrow

Agnes Attehalle

Studley

Joanna

Cluain Iraird

Margery Rendlesham
Hathay
Elizabeth de Lotrynton
Isabel of Lancaster

Amesbury, Double Monastery

Isabel de Stanton

Blackborough

Bertana

Bath, Cathedral Priory

Elizabeth Bredon

Crabhouse

Alice Resford

Goring

Clare of Montefalco, Saint
Isabel Hermyte

Wix

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.

Benedicta Burton

Polesworth

Amice

Littlemore

Osanna
Mabel

Lyminster

Amabel

Brewood Black Ladies

Cecilia

Thetford

Katherine Bulkeley

Godstow

Margaret Paston

Hospital of S. Paul

Elizabeth Stephynson
Emma of Barcelona

S. Joan de les Abadesses

Agnes de Sutton

Nuneaton

Matilda

Greenfield

Margaret Wanere
Beatrice
Julian Grondy

Barrow Gurney

Joan Narburgh

Marham

Maude Upton

Godstow

Millicent

Oldbury

Joan
Elizabeth Tharn

Grace Dieu

Emma Beauchamp
Agnes

Castle Hedingham

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