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    Houses of Benedictine nuns Priory of Thicket

    Prioresses of Thicket Sibilla, 17 occurs 1218 Eva, 18 occurs 1231 Joan, occurs 1280-1304 , 19 1306 20 Alice de Alverthorpe , 21 confirmed 1309 Elizabeth del Haye , 22 appointed 1335 Hawise, 23 occurs 1412 Alice Darwent , 24

    Houses of Knights Templar

    , Ribston, Temple Cowton , Temple Hirst , Temple Newsam , Westerdale , and Whitley , and the manors of Alverthorpe and Etton , which, although possessing chapels, do not seem to have had preceptors. All these estates, with the

    Townships Burnley

    the inhabitants of the chapelry. 191 Lands were given for the endowment by the Rev. Oates Sagar about 1580 (at Alverthorpe , Wakefield ), and by Nicholas Townley of Royle , 1699 (Cockridge). Scholarship endowments have been given in recent

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