Elizabeth of Walsingham is a mid-14th century (1341 CE) Englishwoman who originally dwelt in Village of Walsingham during the reign of Edward III. Her ancestors include the Dukes of Norfolk, who own land been South Creake and Walsingham, including two churches and a mill. During her youth, she was schooled by the nuns at Walsingham Abbey. After being offered marriage from the Lord Mayor of Norwich, she moved to his estate.
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Elizabeth joined the SCA in 1998 whilst at the University of Guelph (in the Canton of der Welfengau) and has met many new friends since.
Elizabeth enjoys helping prepare food, and has served as a Lady-in-Waiting of the court.
Elizabeth can be reached by email.