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York, St Clement Priory, Benedictine  
1 .  Register 9A f.326 (verso) entry 2
Entry Type: Mandate, Monition
Section Type: Archdeaconry of the East Riding
Summary: Mandate to the dean of Beverley for a monition to Joan de Ledes [Leeds], nun of St Clement's priory, York, who formed a dummy of her own body and pretended to be dead so that she could escape, to return to her house.
Subjects: Women, Nuns, Convents, Religious Houses, Female
References: Robinson, D. B. (ed.). 2011. The Register of William Melton, Archbishop of York, 1317-1340. VI. Canterbury and York Society 101, 17-18.
Dates: Document date: 1318/08/11 (certain)
People and Groups: House: York, St Clement Priory, Benedictine (priory)
Places: Place of dating: Cawood, West Riding of Yorkshire, England (none given)


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