Saint Sithe also occurs in other northern locations.
There was a chantry chapel to her in Bradford, and the
liturgical kalendar of a church in Amounderness
contains her feast.
--- Whitehead John <[log in to unmask]>
wrote: > Dear John and fellow list members,
> Question 2:
> Sainct Sithe is St Osyth, usually associated with
> essex, but there is a niche bearing her name in the
> church at Snaith in Yorkshire, which suggests a
> northern devotion to her, and the references in the
> verses point to a Yorkshire source.
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