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Description: Priory Chapel (Remains)
Date Listed: 23 January 1958
English Heritage Building ID: 276571
OS Grid Reference: TL9989244436
OS Grid Coordinates: 599892, 244436
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0622, 0.9146
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Probably the remains of the conventual church, restored and preserved
as a farm building. Part of the west end and nave. The Priory is said
to have been founded as a hospital about 1218 by Thomas de Burgh, and
a few years later converted to a Priory for Austin Canons. Dedicated
to God, St Mary and the Blessed St Anthony. Endowed by Nesta de Cokefield,
widow of the founder. (Scheduled Ancient Monument).
Listing NGR: TL9989244436
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Source: English Heritage
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