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Ida

Amesbury, Double Monastery

Mary de London

Blackborough

Agnes Leveregge

Barrow Gurney

Joan Fillilode

Brewood White Ladies

Cecilia Beaupre

Crabhouse

Agnes de Lutgareshalle

Goring

Maud,Cts.of Ulster

Campsey

Alice Wynter de Oxford

Redlingfield

Melania the Younger

According to Palladius, while Melania was still in Italy, she and Albina moved to Sicily and then to Campania. They lived with 15 eunuchs and 60 virgins, who were both slaves and free women (Palladius: the Lausiac history, ch., 61). Melania later established a community of virgins on the Mount of Olives.

Alice/Joan Higford/Hygford

Henwood

Alice

Kilburn

Maude/Matilda de Pipe
Joan del Isle

Lyminster

Helewise of Leicester

Brewood Black Ladies

Joan Eyton

Thetford

Margaret More

Godstow

Margaret Hawarden

Arden

Emmota Roughed
Radegund

Poitiers (S. Croix)

Agnes

Nuneaton

Alice

Flamstead

Lucy/Lucia de Sapy
Agnes Snokeshall

Rusper

Katharine of Sutton

Barking

Agatha Howard

Marham

Emma Bloet

Godstow

Eidiez de Hinkelai [Edith,Q]

Nuneaton

Katherine Wells

Littlemore

Annabella

Grace Dieu

Elizabeth Vyrly
Avice of Grimsby

Broadholme Double Monastery

Isabel/Isabella de Clinton
Alice Leyot

S. Mary's Chester

Isabel of Barrowby

Arthington

Joan Spalding

Carrow

Matilda Pulham

Cannington

Agnes Booth, Shepherd

Agnes was an anchoress attached to Norton Priory, a male foundation, who was sent to a chapelry of Cockersand in Pilling, Gastang.

Isabel de Turribus

Littlemore

Fyna

Cluain Iraird

Beatrice de Ratlesden

Flixton

Muriel
Erneburga
Eve Doubleday/Dobeleai
Agatha

Arden

Lena

Crabhouse

Elizabeth

Buckland

Cecily Mortimer

Hospital of S. Paul

Mabel

Horton

Burgenilda

Cluain Iraird

Margery

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