Originally Posted by Lee-Z
On a side note: when this name is used with a Catholic background and named after a saint (which is often the basis for catholic names), these are actually two different names because Elisabeth with an s and Elizabeth with a z are two different saints
(i'm named after then one with 's'
Thanks for the info, I didn't realize they were two different names within Catholic families. But generally, I think we would Anglicize any non-British form of Elizabeth. (Although we don't for royals - Princess Elisabeth of Belgium is still Elisabeth, and Isabel II of Spain is still Isabel II.)