Ellingham Priory

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Ellingham Priory was a medieval monastic house in Ellingham, Hampshire, England. It was founded by William de Soleres in 1160.[1] It was a cell to the Abbey of Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte in Normandy.[1] The church of Ellingham formed part of the grant of William de Solers to Ellingham Priory.[1]

It was dissolved in 1414 and sold to Eton College in 1462.[2]

References

  1. ^ a b c The Priory of Ellingham - Victoria County History of Hampshire
  2. ^ Ellingham Priory - Pastscape

External links

  • The Priory of Ellingham - Victoria County History of Hampshire
  • Ellingham Priory - Pastscape

Coordinates: 50°52′27″N 1°47′46″W / 50.874242°N 1.796222°W / 50.874242; -1.796222 (Ellingham Priory)

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