Countess Helena Essenville (UN-C-1021)
Investigation discovered that upon hearing of the news of Squires death, Lady Sudbury, had fled from the sanctuary of her home to the Keeper's lodgings in town, here it is presumed that she took several books, that she believed would contain the answers she sought to end her torment that Squires dared not tell her. It was then believed she had left the country.

The texts stolen from the Keeper were written in ancient languages, and would prove difficult to translate. But for fear of the Guild's own enemies getting hold of the texts, numerous efforts were made to trace Lady Sudbury's whereabouts and recover the books.

For the next 200 years the Guild had only moderate success in tracking her and the important texts whereabouts. Lady Sudbury had experience and motivation greater than any other and eluded capture time and time again. Pressing events in the early and mid 20th century greatly reduced the Guilds' resources to recover the items.