Magistra Nicolaa de Bracton of Leicester is a 13th-century Anglo-Norman woman, born in Leicester and currently living in London in the year 1250. Her family holds two manors from the Earl of Leicester, Simon de Montfort. She is a patroness of the Dominican Order and has given alms to fund the copying of manuscripts. Her uncle Henry is a famous compiler of English common law. She also occasionally may be seen in the clothing of her great-grandmother, a 12th century Anglo-Norman woman of the same name.
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She has also worked as Editor of the Pennsic Independent since 2000.
Nicolaa's husband, Master Gunther Wahlstedt von Bremen, OP, shares an informal household with her. This household is known colloquially as House Herissony.
Her current dependents are:
Foster apprentice: Lady Fursto de Robyne
Out of Kingdom dependents:
Former dependents, now Laurels:
Nicolaa can be contacted by email.