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    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Tewkesbury

    chronicle of Tewkesbury , Oddo and Dodo, two Saxon lords who lived during the reign of three Mercian kings, Ethelred, Kenred, and Ethelbald, founded the first monastery at Tewkesbury . 1 Modern research has shown that Oddo lived at least

    The borough of Tewkesbury Churches

    documentary reference to the place called the hermitage has not been found earlier than the 16th century. 6 The 8th-century Oddo and Dodo are unsubstantiated. King Beorhtric was buried not at Tewkesbury but at Wareham . 7 The church of

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    37, 48; brother of, see Alfric; and see Deerhurst , Odda's chap. Odda's chapel , see Deerhurst Oddington , 207 Oddo (fl. 8th cent.), 154 Offa , King of Mercia, 2, 8-9, 11-13, 19 Ogilby , John, 229 Oldacre ,

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