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Edburga of Repton

(c. 700)


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(c.700).

She is mentioned by R.P.S. as ‘resting at Southwell-on-Trent’ and should probably be identified with Edburga, abbess of Repton, who occurs in Felix's Life of Guthlac. There appears to be no record of an ancient feast.

B. Colgrave (ed.), Felix's Life of Guthlac (1956); R.P.S.

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