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    Premonstratensian houses Abbey of Coverham

    Ralph le Scrope, and a perpetual vicarage ordained there in 1332 . 10 The abbey also possessed the church of Seaham in the bishopric of Durham . 11 From a licence in mortmain granted by Edward II in 1331 -2,

    Parishes Bishop Middleham

    was still in possession in 1146 . 45 From him it seems to have passed to Jordan de Escoland of Seaham , of whom land here 46 was held in the second half of the 12th century by Ralph Basset

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