Authorized Form of NameMalling Abbey; c.1090-1538; Benedictine religious house
Corporate NameMalling Abbey
EpithetBenedictine religious house
DatesAndPlacesFounded c.1090; dissolved in 1538
SourceKnowles and Hadcock, Medieval Religious Houses, (1953) p. 214.

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CM VI/133Notification of quitclaim by J. [? John of Sittingbourne], the Prior, and Convent of Canterbury, to the Abbess and Convent of Malling, of all right in a tenement in their manor of Well which they had claimed from the abbess.Nov. 1232CM/6/133
CM V/107Grant by William of Pett to the Abbess and Convent of Malling of 5 acres in Hocfeld at Pett, quit of all service except scutage of threehalfpence. n.d. but c. 1250.c. 1250CM/5/107
CM XII/43Indenture of grant, King Henry VIII and Archbishop Thomas Cranmer. 2 March 1539-40.2 March 1540CM/12/43
CM V/97Inspeximus by Hubert Walter, Archbishop of Canterbury, of a charter of Archbishop Theobald granting to the Abbey of Malling all the tithe of his demesne of Malling and mention of a charter of Archbishop Baldwin inspecting Theobald's charter.CM/5/97
SSJE/6/24/1/17An Address at Malling Abbey12 Dec 1939SSJE/6/24/1/17
CM V/104Grant by Ralph the clerk, of Westwell, to the Abbess and Convent of Malling, of his land in Pettc. 1230CM/5/104
CM XII/11Royal letters patent of exchange between King Henry VIII and Archbishop Thomas Cranmer28 April 1540CM/12/11
CM V/102Confirmation by Stephen Langton, Archbishop of Canterbury, of Archbishop Hubert's confirmation to Malling of a grant of tithes by William, son of Nigelc1220-1228CM/5/102
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