Beuve, Abbess of Saint Pierre de Reims
Saint Beuve (or Bove or Bova) and her brother Balderic (or Baudry) lived in the 7th century in France. They were reputed to be children of Sigebert I or Sigebert II, king of Austrasia, based on oral ...
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Austrebertha
Austrebertha (Austreberta, Eustreberta, Austreberta of Pavilly) (French: Austreberthe) (630–704) is venerated as a saint by the Catholic Church. The daughter of Saint Framechildis and the C...
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Herlindis of Maaseik
Saint Herlindis (or Harlindis) (c.695, Maaseik - 745 or 753, Aldeneik, near Maaseik), sister of Saint Relindis, was a Frankish saint and abbess.Herlindis and Relindis were the daughters of the Frankis...
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Opportuna of Montreuil
Saint Opportuna of Montreuil (died 770) was a French Benedictine nun and abbess. A Vita et miracula Sanctae Opportunae was written within a century of her death (ca 885-88) by St. Adalhelm (later rend...
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Burgundofara
Burgundofara (died 643 or 655), also Saint Fara or Fare, was the founder and first Abbess of the Abbey of Faremoutiers. Her family is knowns as the Faronids, named after her brother Saint Faro.Jonas o...
Angadrisma
Angadrisma (Angadrême, Angadresima, Angadreme, Angradesma, Andragasyna) (d. ca. 695) was a seventh-century abbess and saint. A cousin to Lambert, Bishop of Lyons, she was educated at Thérouanne by L...
Relindis of Maaseik
Saint Relindis (or Renule) (died 750), sister of Saint Herlindis, was the daughter of count Adelard who built a Benedictine monastery at Maaseik for his daughters. Herlindis was abbess of the abbey un...
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Bertha of Artois
Saint Bertha of Artois or Saint Bertha of Blangy (mid 7th century - July 4, 725) was a Frankish and Anglo-Saxon Abbess of noble blood.
Saint Bertha was the daughter of Count Rigobert, the Mayor of...
Radegund
Radegund (also spelled Rhadegund, Radegonde, Radigund) (ca. 520–587) was a 6th-century Thuringian princess and Frankish queen, who founded the Abbey of the Holy Cross at Poitiers. She is the patron sa...
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Erminethrudis
Erminethrudis - also known as Ermintrude - (died c 600), was a nun and a member of the Merovingian aristocracy who died in Paris about 600, leaving a will which survived as a rare example from the per...
Bertha of Val d'Or
Saint Bertha, Abbess of Val d'Or, near Avenay, Reims, d. c. 690.Bertha was the wife of Saint Gumbert, Lord of Champenois, a nobleman of royal blood. Gumbert built a nunnery for his wife and her maide...
Berthild of Chelles
Saint Berthild, also known Bertille or Bertilla, (d. 692) was abbess of Chelles Abbey.
Berthild was born into one of the most illustrious families in the territory of Soissons, France, during the ...
Bertha of Kent
Saint Bertha or Saint Aldeberge (539 – c. 612) was the queen of Kent whose influence led to the Christianization of Anglo-Saxon England. She was canonized as a saint for her role in its establis...
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