Authorized Form of NameWinchcombe Abbey; c. 787-1539; Benedictine religious house
Corporate NameWinchcombe Abbey
TypeOfEntityCorporate
Datesc. 787-1539
CodeGB/109/12031
EpithetBenedictine religious house
DatesAndPlacesPossibly founded as a nunnery c. 787; refounded for monks c. 798; refounded for Benedictine monks after a period of secularisation c. 972; dissolved in 1539
RelationshipsDependency: Charlton Abbots Hospital (for leprous monks)
SourceKnowles and Hadcock, Medieval Religious Houses: England and Wales, (1953) p. 81.

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