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Alice Henley

Godstow

Eddusa

Arden

Margaret Takell
Eadburh
Agatha de Sutton
Eadgygu

Exeter

Letitia de Hexstall
Agnes Baret

Rusper

Isabel de Monte Acuto

Barking

Sarah Gressen Hale

Marham

Mary

Marham

Amphelissa

Godstow

Osyth

Polesworth

Alice Wakeley

Littlemore

Africa

Grace Dieu

Margery Arteys
Cecilia

Brewood White Ladies

Isabel [of LEI] Cts.of Northampton
Alice of Doncaster

S. Mary's Chester

Agnes of Scriven

Arthington

Alice Waryn

Carrow

Joan Trimelet

Cannington

Caterina de Vegri

Corpus Domini in Ferrara and Corpus Domini in Bologna.

Maud

Littlemore

Margaret Tuit

Cluain Iraird

Maud,Cts.of Ulster

Campsey

Emeline

Amesbury, Double Monastery

Erneberga/-urga deHerdeshull/Hardr
Maud Wilmyndoun

Hogshaw

Katherine

Ankerwyke

Elizabeth Dawney

Blackborough

Alice

Buckland

anonymous
Elizabeth

Horton

Felicia

Cluain Iraird

Agnes de Valoines

Campsey

Ba'utha
Edelina
Joan of Ledbury

Aconbury

Katherine de Scales

Blackborough

Margery Fitz Nichol

Barrow Gurney

Beatrice de Dene

Brewood White Ladies

Olive de Swaffham

Crabhouse

Agatha de Oxford
Anne of Bohemia,Queen of England

Redlingfield

Agnes de Stuston

Redlingfield

Marana

Marana 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, ch. XXIX.1-7).

Alice Waring

Henwood

Basilia

Keldholme

Maud/Matilda le Bret

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