Who were the Nuns?

A Prosopographical study of the English Convents in exile 1600-1800

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Benedictines, Dunkirk

namenational identityrole(s)date(s) of connectiondeathsourcesnotes
Jenison, Michael, alias Gray & Gerard Confessoraft 1662 History Dunkirk: Anstr II p. 169also at Gravelines
Furmers, Modestus, Cap Confessor1688 29 May- Y 59, p. 47 
Edwards, Edmond Confessor1688 Y 59, 66rpresident of the English Seminary Douai
O'Donnell, Germanus  1688 Jul Y58also at Ypres
Corker, Maurus, OSB Confessor16891715 DecY 58, 126v: Bellenger p. 61: Allanson p. 136also at Paris
Nicolson, Thomas, SJScottishConf. Extr.1690-31719Y 59, 148v, 178v: History Dunkirk p. 38Convert
Crichton, Alexander ChristieScottish 1700c.1704History Dunkirk 44 
Hesketh, John, SJ    History Dunkirk 44 
Sanders, Francis    History Dunkirk 44 
Edmondson, Henry Conf. Extr.1756-17851785 OctY 63:119, 160: Y 69; 46, 141, 206, 355: Anstr IV p. 95 
Bishop, Francis Director1790 D 437 
Green, Francis, alias Leander   1704History Dunkirk p. 28also at Ypres
Crosby, Joseph    History Dunkirk p. 28also at Ypres
Clavering, Nicholas, alias Stapleton Chaplain1792-18021805Anstr IV pp. 64-5stroke forced him to resign
Meals, John, alias Cornwall Confessor1725-17561756 JanAnstr III p. 146