Dugdale, William, Sir. Dugdale's Monasticon Volume 4 in Monasticon Anglicanum: a History of the Abbies and other Monasteries, Hospitals, Frieries, and Cathedral and Collegiate Churches, with their Dependencies, in England and Wales ().

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Dugdale's Monasticon Volume 4
 
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Dugdale, William, Sir
 
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Table of Contents for Volume 4: Table of Contents for Dugdale Volume 4
 
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De Antiquis in Wallia Coenobiis, Cell of Lammana, in Cornwall, Lindisfarne, or Holy Island Monastery, in Northumberland, Priory of Hedley, in Yorkshire, Benedictine Cell, at Cambridge, Priory of the Holy Trinity at York, Durham College of Benedictine Monks at Oxford, Priory of Folkestone, in Kent, Priory of Sele, or Atte Sele, in Sussex, Priory of Deerhurst, in Gloucestershire, Cell of Oxney, in Northamptonshire, Priory of St. Leonard at Norwich, Abbey of Bardsey, in Caernarvonshire, Priory of Ramstede, or Remsted, in Sussex, Priory of Tywardreth, in Cornwall, Priory of Striguil, otherwise Chepstow, in Monmouthshire, Cell of Warkworth, in Northumberland, Priory of Boxgrave, in Sussex, Nunnery of Catesby, or Kateby, in Northamptonshire, Priory of Basselech, or Basele, in Monmouthshire, Priory of Cardiff, in Glamorganshire, Priory of Totness, in Devonshire, Priory of Blythe, in Nottinghamshire, Monstery of Hoxne, in Suffolk, Priory of Bergavenny, or Abergavenny, in Monmouthshire, Abbey of St. John at Colchester, in Essex, Priory of Monmouth, in Monmouthshire, Priory of Usk, or Cairusk, in Monmouthshire, Nunnery of St. Mary Magdalen at Bristol, Priory of Molycourt, or De Bello Loco in Outwell, in Norfolk, Nunnery of Rusper, or Rupperar, in Sussex, Benedictine Cell of Cardigan, Priory of Penmon, or Glannach, in Anglesey, Abbey of Faversham, in Kent, Nunnery of Molesby, or Molseby, in Yorkshire, Priory of Walton St. Felix, Filchestow, Felixstow, or Tylstow, in Sussex, Priory of Snape, or Snapes, in Suffolk, Nunnery of St. Helen, London, Nesseham, or Nesham Priory, in the Country of Durham, Nunnery of of Grimseby, in Lincolnshire, Godeland, or Gotheland, in Yorkshire, a Cell to the Abbey of Whitby, Benedictine Priory of St. Martin at Dover, Cell of Redburne, in Hertfordshire, Priory of Ewenny, Wenny, or Gwenny, in Glamorganshire, Nunnery of Arthington, in Yorkshire, Nunnery of Wykes, in Essex, Priory of Bradwell, in Buckinghamshire, Benedictine Nunnery of Bromhale, in Berkshire, Pilla, or Pille Priory, in Pembrokeshire, Nunnery of "The Black Ladies of Brewood," corruptly called Brewerne, in Staffordshire, Bearwe, or Minchin Barrow Nunnery, in Somersetshire, Nunnery of Littlemore, sometimes called Sandford, in Oxfordshire, Nunnery of St. Bartholomew at Newcastle upon Tyne, Cell of Farne Island, in Northumberland, Nunnery of Thetford, in Norfolk, Priory of St. Leonard Stanford, in Lincolnshire, a Cell to the Monastery of Durham, Priory of Stanley St. Leonard, in Gloucestershire, a Cell to the Abbey of St. Peter Gloucester, Benedictine Priory of Cranbourne, in Dorsetshire, Benedictine Cell of Yarmouth, in Norfolk, Benedictine Priory of Lynn, in Norfolk, Priory of Aldeby, in Norfolk, Nunnery of Swafham, or Spham Bulbeck, in Cambridgeshire, Priory of Little Malvern, in Worcestershire, Pilton Priory, in Devonshire, a Cell to the Abbey of Malmesbury, Nunnery of Ikelington, or Ickleton, in Cambridgeshire, Nunnery of Castle Hedingham, in Essex, Priory of Hatfield Regis, in Essex, Benedictine Abbey of Humbersteyn, in Lincolnshire, Nunnery of Polleshoo, or Polslo, in Devonshire, Easebourne, or Esseburn Priory, in Sussex, Nunnery of Little Marlow, called also Minchin Marlow, in Buckinghamshire, Nunney of Canyngton, in Somersetshire, Nunnery of St. Sepulchre at Canterbury, Priory of Holand, or Holland, in Wigan, in Lancashire, Gloucester College, or Hall, in Exford, Nunnery of Keinton, or Kington St. Michael, in Wiltshire, Nunnery of Haliwell, in Middlesex, Nunnery of Hinchingbrooke, near Huntingdon, Thickhed, Thickeved, or Tykenheved Nunnery, in Yorkshire, Nunnery of Lillechurch, or Heyham, in Kent, Nunnery of Godestow, in Oxfordshire, Nunnery of Wilberfosse, in Yorkshire, Priory of Luffield, in Northamptonshire, Rowheiny, or Rowney Nunnery, in Hertfordshire, Scilly, in the Isle of Trescaw, in Cornwall, a Cell to the Abbey of Tavisock, Nunnery of Bungay, in Suffolk, Benedictine Priory of St. James at Bristol, Monastery of Finchale upon the Wear, near Durham, Cheshunt Nunnery, in Hertfordshire, St. Clements, or Clementhorpe Nunnery, at York, Pembroke, or Monketon, in Pembrokeshire, Rosedale, or Russedale Nunnery, in Yorkshire, Benedictine Nunnery of St. Mary at Chester, Stanfeld, Stynesfeld, or Steinfield Nunnery, in Lincolnshire, Nunnery of Lambley upon the Tyne, in Northumberland, Nunnery of Derby, otherwise called King's mead, or De Pratis Domini Regis, Flamstead Nunnery, in Herfordshire, Wallingwells, Wellendwell, or St. Mary de Parco, in Nottinghamshire, Nunnery of Fosse, near or without Torkesey, in Lincolnshire, Davington, or Daunton Nunnery, in Kent, Arden Nunnery, in Yorkshire, Lythom, or Lethum Priory, in Lancashire, a Cell to the Monastery of Durham, Brunham, or Nun Burnham Priory, in Yorkshire, Nunnery of Little Mareis, called also De Parvo Marisco, and Yeddingham, in Yorkshire, Ivingho Nunnery, otherwise called Meuresley, or St. Margaret's de Bosco, in Buckinghamshire, Wyrthorp, Wridthorp, or Woolsthrop Nunnery, near Stanford, in Northamptonshire, Benedictine Nunnery of Stanford, or Stamford, in Northamptonshire, Stodely, or Studley Nunnery, in Oxfordshire, Nunnery of Marrick, in the Deanry and Archdeaconry of Richmond, in Yorkshire, Priory of Birkenhead, in Cheshire: called also Birkenhedde, Bircheved, Byrkett, and Birkey-Wood, Priory of Snelleshall, in Buckinghamshire, Nunnery of Ankerwyke, in Buckinghamshire, Nunnery of Seton, otherwise Lekelay, in Cumberland, Nunnery of Langley, near Bredon, in Leicestershire, Nunnery of St. Radegund, at Cambridge, Nunnery of Henwood, or Hynewode, anciently called Estwell, in Warwickshire, Nunnery of Blackborough, in Norfolk, Cell of Dunster, in Somersetshire, Halystan, or Holiscomb Nunnery, in Northumberland, Nunnery of Monketon, or Nun-Monkton, in Yorkshire, Priory of Sandwell, in Staffordshire, Nun-Kelynge, or Chilling Nunnery, in Yorkshire, Nunnery of Lymbroke, or Lingebrooke, in Herefordshire, Abbey of Alenceaster, Alceter, or Alcester, in Warwickshire, Priory of Depyng, in Lincolnshire, a Cell to Thorney Abbey, Abbey of Tallach, Tallaghan, Tallesch, or Talley, in Caermarthenshire, Nunnery of Blythebury, in Staffordshire, Priory of Bromfield, in Shropshire, Nunnery of Bretford, in Warwickshire, Abbey of Walden, in Essex, Abbey of St. Dogmael, in Pembrokeshire, Priory of Frisetun, or Freston, in Lincolnshire, a Cell to the Abbey of Croyland, Nunnery of Stratford at Bow, otherwise called St. Leonard Bromley, in Middlesex, Nunnery of Pinley, or Pynelegh, in Warwickshire, Benedictine Nunnery of Fairwell, in Staffordshire, Canwell, or Canoll Priory, in Staffordshire, Colne, Colum, Colun, or Earles Colne Priory, in Essex, Benedictine Nunnery of Wroxhall, in Warwickshire, Nunnery of Clerkenwell, in Middlesex, Handale, or Grendale Priory, in Yorkshire, Nunnery of Carow, Kairo, or Carhou, in the suburbs of Norwich, Priory of Cadweli, Cadwelle, or Kidwelly, in Caermarthenshire, a Cell to the Abbey of Sherbourne, Priory of May, in Scotland, a Cell to Reading, Priory of Rindelgros, in Scotland, a Cell to Reading, Priory of Leominster, in Herefordshire, a Cell to the Abbey of Reading, Abbey of Reading, in Berkshire, Benedictine Nunnery of Redlingfield, in Suffolk, Cathedral Priory of Norwich, Introduction to Vol. 4