Newstead Priory
For Newstead Priory in Nottinghamshire, please see: Newstead AbbeyNewstead Priory was a priory in Lincolnshire, England, between Stamford and Uffington. Originally founded as a hospital towards the ...
Newark Priory
Newark Priory is a ruined priory on an island surrounded by the River Wey and its moat-like channel the Abbey Stream near the southern boundary of the village of Pyrford in Surrey, England
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St. Olaves Priory, Herringfleet
Herringfleet Priory (also St Olave's Priory) was an Augustinian priory of Black Canons located in St Olaves, 6 miles (9.7 km) northwest of Herringfleet, Suffolk, England. Founded in 1239, it was...
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Hartland Abbey
Hartland Abbey is a former abbey and current family home to the Stucley family. It is located in Hartland, Devon. The current owner is Sir Hugh George Copplestone Bampfylde Stucley, 6th Baronet.
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Bradley Priory
Bradley Priory was an Augustinian priory in Leicestershire, England.
The priory was founded between 1220 and 1234, but the exact date is unknown. The first mention of the priory is c.1233-1234, w...
Kilburn Priory
Kilburn Priory was a small monastic community of nuns established around 1130–1134 three miles north-west of the medieval City of London, where Watling Street (now Kilburn High Road) met the stream no...
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Christchurch Priory
Christchurch Priory is an ecclesiastical parish and former priory church in Christchurch in the English county of Dorset (formerly in Hampshire). Christchurch Priory has been described in the 21st cen...
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Bridlington Priory
0°12′06″W / 54.09445°N 0.20179°W / 54.09445; -0.20179Priory Church of St. Mary, Bridlington, grid reference TA177680, commonly known as Bridlington Priory Church is a parish c...
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Bruton Abbey
Bruton Abbey in Bruton, Somerset was founded as a house of Augustinian canons in about 1127, and became an abbey in 1511, shortly before its dissolution in 1539. The village then used the north aisle ...
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Newnham Priory
Newnham Priory was a priory in Newnham, Bedford, Bedfordshire, England.
The Augustinian priory of Newnham was not actually built until some time after the accession of Henry II, but it may fairly ...
Launceston Priory
Launceston Priory was a priory at Newport, Launceston, Cornwall, England, UK. The priory was a house of Augustinian canons. It received a charter in 1127, replacing an earlier foundation of secular c...
St Oswald's Priory, Gloucester
St Oswald's Priory was founded by Æthelflæd, daughter of Alfred the Great, and her husband Æthelred, ealdorman of Mercia, in the late 880s or the 890s.St Peter's Abbey had been founded in Gloucester a...
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Stavordale Priory
Stavordale Priory in Charlton Musgrove, Somerset, England was built as a priory church in the 13th century and was converted into a private residence in 1533. It has been designated as a Grade I liste...
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Lilleshall Hall
2°22′26″W / 52.728°N 2.374°W / 52.728; -2.374Lilleshall Hall /lɪl.ʃɔːl/ is a large former country house and estate in the fields of Lilleshall, Shropshire, England.It run by S...
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Cartmel Priory Gatehouse
Cartmel Priory Gatehouse is a medieval building located at Cartmel, Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria, England. It is listed grade II* and is part of a scheduled monument. It belongs to the National Trust....
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Burtle Priory
Burtle Priory shown within Somerset(grid reference ST391416)Burtle Priory (also known as Burtle Moor Priory) originated as a hermitage on a site called Sprauellissmede (or Sprawlesmede), in Burtle, So...
Canonsleigh Abbey
Canonsleigh Abbey in Burlescombe parish, Devon, was an Augustinian priory.
It was founded in about 1170 by Walter II de Claville, lord of the manor of Burlescombe, for the Augustinian Canons Regul...
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Woodspring Priory
Woodspring Priory (originally Worsprynge or Worspring) is a former Augustinian priory. It is near the scenic limestone promontory of Sand Point and Middle Hope, owned by the National Trust, beside the...
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Newstead Abbey
Newstead Abbey, in Nottinghamshire, England, was formerly an Augustinian priory. Converted to a domestic home following the Dissolution of the Monasteries, it is now best known as the ancestral home o...
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Southwick Priory
Southwick Priory or Our Lady at Southwick (/ˈsʌðɨk/) was a priory of Augustinian canons originally founded in Portchester Castle on Portsmouth Harbour and later transferred 2 miles (3.2 km) north...
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Conishead Priory
Conishead Priory is a large Gothic Revival building on the Furness peninsula near Ulverston in Cumbria. The priory's name translates literally as 'King's Hill Priory'. Since 1976 to the present, the b...
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Felley Priory
Felley Priory is a former Augustinian Priory, located in the village of Felley, Nottinghamshire. It was established in 1156 and dissolved in 1536. A domestic house, which still exists today, was then ...
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Ranton Abbey
Ranton Abbey or Ranton Priory was an Augustinian Priory in Ranton, Staffordshire, England, built c.1150 by Robert fitz Noel of Ellenhall. Ranton was dissolved by the Act of 1536. Only the 14th century...
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Poughley Priory
Poughley Priory was a priory of Austin Canons at Chaddleworth in the English county of Berkshire, located between Great Shefford and Leckhampstead.It was established around 1160 and dissolved in 1525....
Darley Abbey
1°28′42″W / 52.940987°N 1.478267°W / 52.940987; -1.478267Darley Abbey is a village on the outskirts of Derby, England. The village is located on the River Derwent and is assoc...
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St Gregory's Priory, Canterbury
St Gregory's Priory at Canterbury was an English House of the Augustinian Canons Regular. Its foundation is attributed to Lanfranc, archbishop of Canterbury in the 11th century.Subsequent to the Refor...
St. Osyth's Abbey
St Osyth's Abbey (originally and still commonly known as St Osyth's Priory) was a house of Augustinian canons in the parish of St Osyth (then named Chich) in Essex, England in use from the 12th to 16t...
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