- Also known as
Everild of Everingham
- 9 July
- Seventh century English nobility.
Convert to Christianity.
Nun, entering a convent at York with Saint Bega and Saint Wuldreda under the direction of Saint Wilfrid.
Assigned by Wilfrid to lead a large community of nuns at Bishop's Farm (later called Everildsham in her honour, and today called Everingham).
Noted spiritual director of her sisters.
- at Wessex, England
- c.700 of natural causes
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