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>
> From:    John Briggs <[log in to unmask]>
 The church at Everingham
> is indeed dedicated to St Everilda, but the Constable family who
> acquired
> the estate in the early 16th century were Roman Catholic, and they
are
> probably responsible for peddling this nonsense.

Pardon? Is that quite the language and attitude we expect on this list?
- Bill.



There were plenty of nunneries
> in the East Riding of Yorkshire, but I can't find a record of one at
> Everingham.
>

There is also a church dedicated to St Everilda in Upper (or is it
Nether) Poppleton, just outside York.
- Bill.

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