The woman who touched Christ’s hem and was healed of the issue of blood that had lasted twelve years (Mt. 9:20-22; Lk. 8:43-48) was traditionally called “St. Veneca” or “St. Venetia” in the West. She was particularly venerated at Bois Guillaume near Rouen, France; and at Valenciennes, France.
I don’t think this has any bearing on the Heyer heroine, though it might be relevant for Heyer fans naming their kids!