Authorized Form of NameSt. Gregory's Priory; Augustinian religious house
Corporate NameSt. Gregory's Priory
EpithetAugustinian religious house
DatesAndPlacesFounded as a hospital in 1087, but refounded as an Augustinian priory c. 1123; dissolved in 1536
SourceDavid Knowles and R. Neville Hadcock, Medieval Religious Houses: England and Wales (1953), p. 132.

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