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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Knights Hospitallers The preceptory of Swingfield

    church of Tilmanstone at £8, the confraria or voluntary contribution at £20; and rents and lands at Swingfield, Cocklescombe, and Bonnington brought the total receipts up to £82 4 s . 4 d . The expenses included £11 6 s

    Houses of Cistercian nuns The priory of Nuncotham

    occurs 1234 Amy of Barrow , 26 d ied 1310 Christine Cotty , 27 elected 1310, died 1319 Isabel of Bonnington , 28 elected 1319 Cecily Hanlay, 29 died 1381 Alice Beaupas, 30 elected 1381 Elizabeth Skipwith , 31 occurs

    Friaries The Austin friars of Canterbury

    place in St. George -s parish, on or near the site of the old gaol, by purchasing from Thomas de Bonnington of Goodnestone a messuage, held of Elias Lambyn, and worth 13 s . 4 d . a year. The

    Colleges Wingham

    six canonries two were to be priestly, with prebends at Chilton and Pedding, two diaconal, with prebends at Twitham and Bonnington , and two subdiaconal, with prebends at Retling and Womenswold . The provost and canons might all appoint vicars

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