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Eleanor

Cannington

Eleanor

Arthington

Eleanor

Arden

Ela/Isabella,Cts.Salisbury
Ela,Isabella,Cts.Salisbury

Lacock

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

Nuneaton

Egidia Howard

NULL

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.

Edith Wylton

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

Edith Lancelene

Godstow

Edith II

Godstow

Edith

Wilton

Edith

Nuneaton

Edith
Edith
Edigna of Puch
Edelina
Edelina

Polesworth

Eddusa

Arden

Eddusa
Eanflæd

Whitby

Eadgygu

Exeter

Eadgifu

Leominster

Eadburh
Dompna Johanna
Domnina
Domina Katherine Foster
Domina Emma
Derborgyll

Cluain Iraird

Danetta

Thetford

Danaq
Dame Elizabeth Scott

Carrow

Dame Agnes Edryge

Carrow

Dame Agnes

Carrow

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).

Constance

Aconbury

Colomba
Clementia Oweyn

Horton

Clarice de Morton

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Clare of Montefalco, Saint
Cicely de Ufford

Flixton

Cicely de Plumstede

Carrow

Cicely de Limsie
Cicely de Limsie

Polesworth

Cicely
Christine Topcliff
Christine Holby
Christine Ebner
Christine de Pizan

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