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    Houses of Benedictine nuns Priory of Nun Monkton

    Houses of Benedictine nuns Priory of Nun Monkton 16. THE PRIORY OF NUN MONKTON This house appears from a confirmation by Archbishop Henry Murdac ( 1147-53 ), 1 to have been founded in the reign of Stephen by William de

    Stogursey Local government Borough Seal of Stogursey

    and Idson, Durborough, Knighton , Monkton , Shurton , Stolford , Whitewick, and Wick . 56 Land tax was assessed in five units: Borough, Cock and Idson, covering the whole eastern part of the parish, Monkton , Shurton , and,

    Houses of Benedictine nuns The priory of Davington

    was forsaken and extinct. The prioress and convent owned the manor of Fishbourne , two parts of the manor of Monkton , the advowsons and rectories of Davington and ' Stanger ,' the rectory and advowson of the vicarage of

    Parishes Broughton Gifford

    Monkton passed to his son Edward and later to another son John, at whose death in 1654 it descended to John's son Thomas. 131 In 1670 Thomas Long conveyed to Sir James Thynne a messuage and other tenements in

    Parishes Little Marlow LITTLE MARLOW

    Harper's Heath and Handy Cross , while the right leads to Monkton Farm , a building with an old wing of three gables, which probably marks the site of Monkton Manor . Among place-names occur those of Lachenes Croft ,

    Friaries The Austin friars of Canterbury

    The two next additions to their area were made by Richard Fraunceys or le Frenshebaker, parson of the church of Monkton in the Isle of Thanet , who granted them two messuages in 1335 , and a messuage and garden

    Friaries The Carmelite friars of Sandwich

    Thomas Walter of Birchington ( 1414 ), John Sackett of St. Peter's , Thanet ( 1444 ), John Malyn of Monkton ( 1464 ), 17 William Mountford, cordiner ( 1479 ), who left 6 lb. of wax to the light

    Hospitals St Mary , Dover

    hospital before the high altar; 26 and Richard III in 1484 granted to them in frankalmoign lands in Birchington , Monkton , and River. 27 Pope Gregory IX in 1236 made a grant of protection and confirmation of possessions and

    Colleges Wingham

    for three years. 12 In 1328 the provost had become too feeble to perform his duties, and the rector of Monkton in Thanet was appointed to act as his coadjutor. 13 In 1344 John de Bourne , provost, had licence

    Houses of Benedictine monks The cathedral priory of the Holy Trinity or Christ Church , Canterbury

    the archbishop, and the churches of Monkton , Eastry , Meopham , and Eynsford ; and began proceedings by confiscating the xenia on 15 December, 1185 , and taking possession of the churches of Monkton and Eastry on 25 January,

    Collegiate churches Other churches (except Beverley and York )

    called after berewicks of the manor of Rip on , or other places within the soke- Thorpe ( Littlethorpe ), Monkton , Givendale and Skelton , Nunwick , Studley Magna, and Sharow . The seventh prebend was endowed by Archbishop

    Stogursey Manors Plan of Fairfield

    12th century were added gifts of land at Monkton , Steyning , and Tet Hill 42 and by the late 14th century the priory held c . 155 a. mainly at Monkton and Sowden . 43 The estates were evidently

    Parishes Binstead

    xix (2), g. 340 (43). There is a tradition that the tenant of Newnham Farm is entitled to grass in Monkton meadow as long as he preserves in the house the stone bust of a monk supposed to have been

    Stogursey Economic history

    building probably dates from the early 18th century. The frame of the overshot wheel and much machinery survive. Monk or Monkton mill, probably the new mill recorded in the mid 12th century, 80 was later said to have been given

    Cannington Hundred Cannington Hundred c. 1840

    , Pightley , and Tuxwell tithings but excluding Merridge in Andersfield hundred), Stockland Bristol , Stogursey (including Cock and Idson, Monkton , Shurton , and Wick tithings but excluding Durborough in Whitley hundred), Over Stowey (including Adscombe , and Higher

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Marton

    Woodhouse , 4 except two bovates of land in Appletreewick , which he intended to give to the nuns of Monkton . From some unknown donor the canons obtained the church of Sheriff Hutton , 5 and in 1322 Archbishop

    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of Lanthony by Gloucester

    and Elmore , Hempstead , Brockworth , Painswick , Haresfield , Prestbury , Colesborne, Aylberton, Ocle, Westbury , Frome Canonicorum, Monkton and Lanwarne, Falley, Alvington , Boroughhill, Tytherington , Turkdean and Northleach , Eyleworth, Caldicote, South Cerney , Widmarshmore, Cherington

    Parishes Winterbourne Monkton

    Parishes Winterbourne Monkton WINTERBOURNE MONKTON Winterbourne Monkton, 761 ha. (1,879 a.), lies in the upper Kennet valley north of Avebury . 1 The eastern head stream of the Kennet flows through the parish from north to south and by 869

    Parishes Chipstable

    been located. Sir John Davie of Bittescombe in Upton was charged with a chief rent in 1782 for land called Monkton meadow in succession to James Welsh , who had held it in 1715 . 75 It may be the

    Stogursey Stogursey Parish 1841 Stogursey Borough 1795

    There were also houses at Burton , 81 Cock, 82 Culver Street , 83 Lowston, 84 Knighton , 85 and Monkton by the mid 14th century, the last named from the priory founded after 1100. 86 Other settlements include West

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