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Feastday: July 15

St. Edith of Polesworth whose feast day is July 15, was the sister of King Athelstan of England. She married viking king Sihtric at York in 925, and when he died the next year, she became a Benedictine nun at Polesworth, Warwickshire, where she was noted for her holiness and may have become Abbess. She may also have been the sister of King Edgar and aunt of St. Edith of Wilton; or possibly these were two different woman of Polesworth. Her feast day is July 15th.


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