Carbrooke
Community ID
 
1023
 
Alternate Names
 
Little Carbrooke, Sisters Hospitallers of, or Kerbroke, Carbroke, and in 1428 Cawnbregge.
 
Town
 
Norwich
 
Diocese
 
Norwich
 
Region
 
Norfolk
 
Medieval Location
 
West of Norwich, at the church of Little Carbrooke, near the knights founded at the same time at Great Carbrook.
 
Modern Location
 
Carbrooke
 
Corporate Status
 
Priory
 
Date Terminated
 
1180 (circa)
 
Religious Order
 
S. John of Jerusalem
 
Rule
 
Augustinian
 
Foundation Information
 

Maud, Countess of Clare, founded Little Carbrooke at the same time as the male monastery hospital at Great Carbrooke was founded. It was quickly incorporated by Buckland in Somershire.

 
Incorporated By
 

Incorporated by Buckland Buckland, of the monastic order of S. John of Jerusalem, soon after foundation date, along with other hospitals administered by order of S. John of Jerusalem in England. All property was turned over to the male monastery at Carbrooke.

 
Contributors
 
WRL Project, Ericka Swensson
 
Date Finished
 
1180
 
Length
 
747