| Teresa Higginson|
| 27 May 1844Holywell|
March 15, 1905, Chudleigh, United Kingdom
Teresa Helena Higginson Wikipedia
Teresa Helena Higginson (27 May 1844 – 15 March 1905) was a British Roman Catholic mystic.
Higginson was born in Holywell, Flintshire, Wales, in 1844. Her father Robert Francis Higginson was a Catholic and his wife was a convert. Higginson went to a convent school in Nottingham, and became a schoolteacher at Bootle.
During her life Higginson's hands and feet bled in a way known as stigmata, she went into prayer trances that lasted days, and she "violently re-enacted" the scenes in the Stations of the Cross.
Higginson died in Chudleigh and was declared a Servant of God.
Higginson was discussed as a possible candidate for canonization in 1928. Many letters written by Higginson are in the archives at St Augustine's Abbey, Ramsgate, with duplicates at the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King Liverpool.