Frideswida

Frideswida (Fredeswithe, Frithswith, etc.), an early English saint, is said to have been a king's daughter, who fled to Oxford to escape marriage, and founded a convent there about the time of Bede. She died about 735, and is commemorated on October 19.

 
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