Dugdale, William, Sir. Dugdale's Monasticon Volume 6 Part 3 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 6 Part 3
 
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Dugdale, William, Sir
 
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Table of Contents for Volume 6 Part 3: Table of contents for Dugdale Volume 6 Part 3
 
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Balmerinoch Abbey, in Fifeshire, Bamburgh Hospital, Rushworth College, in Norfolk, Additions and Corrections: Friary of Hounslow, in Middlesex, Additions and Corrections: Stoke Clare Priory, in Suffolk, Additions and Corrections: Priory of Ipswich, in Suffolk, Additions and Corrections: Poughley Monastery, in Berkshire, Additions and Corrections: Thornton Upon Humber, Additions and Corrections: Norton Monastery, in Cheshire, Additions and Corrections: Cistercian Abbey of Aberconway, Additions and Corrections: Monk-Bretton Priory, in Yorkshire, Additions and Corrections: Church of Littleburne in Kent, Appendix, Destroyed Priory of Elenfordesmer, in the Diocese of Salisbury, Destroyed Monastery of Mirescoge, alias Ballamona, in the Isle of Man, Destroyed Monastery of Douglass, or Duffglass, in the Isle of Man, Destroyed Monastery of Pendar, in Radnorshire, Destroyed Monastery of Vallis Rosina, in Pembrokeshire, Destroyed Monastery of Lowhadan, in Pembrokeshire, Destroyed Monastery of Llanwit, in Glamorganshire, Destroyed Monastery of Llancarvan, in Glamorganshire, Destroyed Monastery of The Holy Trinity, in Glamorganshire, Destroyed Monastery of Bancornaburgh, in Flintshire, Destroyed Monastery of Witheriac, or Guitherine, in Denbighshire, Destroyed Monastery of Clwyd Valley, in Denbighshire, Destroyed Monastery of Llansanfride, in Cardiganshire, Destroyed Monastery of Llanrustyt, in Cardiganshire, Destroyed Monastery of Llanbadarn Faur, in Cardiganshire, Destroyed Monastery of Conway, or Aberconway, in Caernarvonshire, Destroyed Monastery of Bachanis, in Caermarthenshire, Destroyed Monastery of The Cell to Whitby at York, Destroyed Monastery of Swainby, in Yorkshire, Destroyed Monastery of Richmond, in Yorkshire, Destroyed Monastery of Gilling, near Richmond in Yorkshire, Destroyed Monastery of Galmanho, in or near the City of York, Destroyed Monastery of Emmesy, in Yorkshire, Destroyed Monastery of Elmete, near Leeds, Destroyed Monastery of Dunscroft, in Yorkshire, Destroyed Monastery of Crayke, in Yorkshire, Destroyed Monastery of Cottingham, in Yorkshire, Destroyed Monastery of Calcaria, in Yorkshire, Destroyed Monastery of Withington, anciently Wudiandum, in Worcestershire, Destroyed Monastery of Sture, or Kidderminster, Destroyed Monastery of Kemesey, in Worcestershire, Destroyed Monastery of Hehanbiri, of Hambury, in Worcestershire, Destroyed Monastery of Fladbury, in Worcestershire, Destroyed Monastery of Bredon, in Worcestershire, Destroyed Monastery of Blockley or Bloccan Leah, in Worcestershire, Destroyed Monastery of Bitumaeum, also Ad Tuueoneaum, in Worcestershire, Destroyed Monastery of Tisselbury, or Tisbury, in Wiltshire, Destroyed Monastery of Bleatarn, in Westmoreland, Destroyed Monastery of Warwick, Destroyed Monastery of Sompting, in Sussex, Destroyed Monastery of Readingham, or Bedingham, Destroyed Monastery of Ferring, in Sussex, Destroyed Monastery of Chichester, Destroyed Monastery of Chauce, or Charite, in Sussex, Destroyed Monastery of Oxenford, in Surrey, Destroyed Monastery of Horsley, in Surrey, Destroyed Monastery of Whersted, in Suffolk, Destroyed Monastery of Stoke next Neyland, Destroyed Monastery of Hadleigh, in Suffolk, Destroyed Monastery of Burgh Castle, anciently Cnobheresburgh, in Suffolk, Destroyed Monastery of Strenshall, in Staffordshire, Destroyed Monastery of Hehanburge, or Handbury, in Staffordshire, Destroyed Monastery of Catune, in Staffordshire, Destroyed Monastery of Wyrall, in Somersetshire, Destroyed Monastery of Torre, in the Isle of Glaston, Destroyed Monastery of Morelynch, on Poledon Hill, Destroyed Monastery of Holmes, near Portbury, Destroyed Monastery of Green Oar on Mendip, Destroyed Monastery of Froome, in Somersetshire, Destroyed Monastery of Dodeling, or Dodelinch, in Somersetshire, Destroyed Monastery of St. Cross in Chewstoke, Somersetshire, Destroyed Monastery of Brent, or East Brent, in Somersetshire, Destroyed Monastery of Banwell, in Somersetshire, Destroyed Monastery of Oswestree, or Oswaldstreet, in Shropshire, Destroyed Monastery of St. Aldate's, Oxford, Destroyed Monastery of Milton, in Oxfordshire, Destroyed Monastery of Vegnalech, or Pegnalech, in Northumberland, Destroyed Monastery of Gwysnes, or Gysnes, Destroyed Monastery of South Berwick, in Northumberland, Destroyed Monastery of Witering, in Northamptonshire, Destroyed Monastery of Wedon on the Street, or Wedon Bec, in Northamptonshire, Destroyed Monastery of Oundle, anciently Undola, Destroyed Monastery of Caistor, in Northamptonshire, Destroyed Monastery of St. Keynemark, in Monouthshire, Destroyed Monastery of Nuns at Lincoln, Destroyed Monastery of Icanhoc, or Ycanno, in Lincolnshire, Destroyed Monastery of Barrowe, anciently At Barwe, in Lincolnshire, Destroyed Monastery of Cokerham, in Lancashire, Destroyed Monastery of Sandwich, in Kent, Destroyed Monastery of Newington, in Kent, Destroyed Monastery of Hithe, in Kent, Destroyed Monastery of Elfleet, or Elslit, Destroyed Monastery of Eastry, in Kent, Destroyed Monastery of St. Mildred, Canterbury, Destroyed Monastery of Chille, or Chiltre, in Hertfordshire, Destroyed Monastery of Cathale, in Hertfordshire, Destroyed Monastery of Hereford, Destroyed Monastery of Feverlege, in Herefordshire, Destroyed Monastery of Sapalanda, Destroyed Monastery of Redbridge, in Hampshire, Destroyed Monastery of Woodchester, in Gloucestershire, Destroyed Monastery of Tettan, Tetteburi, or Tetbury, in Gloucestershire, Destroyed Monastery of Marshfield, in Gloucestershire, Destroyed Monastery of Magnusfelde, or Mangersfeld, in Gloucestershire, Destroyed Monastery of Clive, or Wendesclive, in Gloucestershire, Destroyed Monastery of Cirencester, Destroyed Monastery of Cheltenham, Destroyed Monastery of Boxwell, in Gloucestershire, Destroyed Monastery of Berkley, in Gloucestershire, Destroyed Monastery of Tillaburgh, or West Tilbury and Ithancester, in Essex, Destroyed Monastery of Hartlepoole, in Durham, Destroyed Monastery of Gateshead, Destroyed Monastery of Ebbchester, in Durham, Destroyed Monastery of Bactanesford, in the County of Durham, Destroyed Monastery of Wilcheswood, in Langton Matravers, Dorsetshire, Destroyed Monastery of Wareham, in Dorsetshire, Destroyed Monastery of Shapwick, in Dorsetshire, Destroyed Monastery of Poole, in Dorsetshire, Destroyed Monastery of Camestrum, or Camesterne, Destroyed Monastery of Bridport, in Dorsetshire, Destroyed Monastery of Yodby, in Devonshire, Destroyed Monastery of Indio, in Devonshire, Destroyed Monastery of Dartmouth, in Devonshire, Destroyed Monastery of Churchill, in Devonshire, Destroyed Monastery of Dacor, in Cumberland, Destroyed Monastery of Saltash, in Cornwall, Destroyed Monastery of St. Matthew's, forsan St. Mawes, Destroyed Monastery of St. Martin's Nunnery, Destroyed Monastery of Launceston, in Cornwall, Destroyed Monastery of Constantyn, in the Deanry of Kerryer, Destroyed Monastery of St. Benet's, in Cornwall, Destroyed Monastery of Ilbre, Hilbury, or Holburgh, in Cheshire, Destroyed Monastery of Brunnesburgh, in Cheshire, Destroyed Monastery of Thirling, in Cambridgeshire, Destroyed Monastery of Soham, in Cambridgeshire, Destroyed Monastery of Horningsey, in Cambridgeshire, Destroyed Monastery of Gare, or Gore, in the Parish of Hanslap, Destroyed Monastery of Crawley, in Buckinghamshire, Destroyed Monastery of Aylesbury, in Buckinghamshire, Destroyed Monastery of Hamme, in Berkshire, Destroyed Monastery of Cholsey, near Wallingford, in Berkshire, Destroyed Monastery of Bradanfield, or Bradfield, in Berkshire, Destroyed Monastery of Bedford, formerly Bedanford, Memoranda of Such Destroyed Monasteries as are Totally Unnoticed, or but Slightly Mentioned, in other Parts of the Monasticon: Title Page, Friars de Domina at St. Mary, Norwich, Friars de Domina at Norwich, Friars de Domina at Cambridge, Friars de Areno at Westminster, Friars de Pica of Norwich, Bethlemite Friars of Cambridge, Bethlemite Friars; Friars de Pica; Friars de Areno; and Friars de Domina, or of Our Lady: Introduction, Friars de Poenitentia, or De Sacco, of Worcester, Friars de Poenitentia, or De Sacco, of Oxford, Friars de Poenitentia, or De Sacco, of Newcastle, Northumberland, Friars de Poenitentia, or De Sacco, of Norwich, Friars de Poenitentia, or De Sacco, of Lynne, in Norfolk, Friars de Poenitentia, or De Sacco, of London, Friars de Poenitentia, or De Sacco, of Lincoln, Friars de Poenitentia, or De Sacco, of Leicester, Friars de Poenitentia, or De Sacco, in Cambridge, Friars de Poenitentia, or of the Sac: Intro, Austin Friars of Newport, in Pembrokeshire, Austin Friars of York, Austin Friars of Tickhill, in Yorkshire, Austin Friars of Kingston Upon Hull, in Yorkshire, Austin Friars of North Allerton, in Yorkshire, Austin Friars of Droitwich, in Worcestershire, Austin Friars of Atherston, in Warwickshire, Austin Friars of Rye, in Sussex, Austin Friars of Orford, in Suffolk, Austin Friars of Ipswich, in Suffolk, Austin Friars of Gorleston, or South, or Little Yarmouth, in Suffolk, Austin Friars of Stoke Clare, in Suffolk, Austin Friars of Stafford, Austin Friars of Bristol, in Somersetshire, Austin Friars of Woodhouse, in Shropshire, Austin Friars of Shrewsbury, Austin Friars of Ludlow, in Shropshire, Austin Friars of Oxford, Austin Friars of Newark, in Nottinghamshire, Austin Friars of Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumerland, Austin Friars of Northampton, Austin Friars of Thetford, in Norfolk, Austin Friars of Norwich, Austin Friars of Newbrigge, in Norfolk, Austin Friars of Lynne, in Norfolk, Austin Friars of London, Austin Friars of Stanford, in Lincolnshire, Austin Friars of Lincoln, Austin Friars of Boston, in Lincolnshire, Austin Friars of Leicester, Austin Friars of Warrington, in Lancashire, Austin Friars of Canterbury, Austin Friars of Huntingdon, Austin Friars of Winchester, in Hampshire, Austin Friars of Ashen, or Esse, in Essex, Austin Friars of Bernard Castle, Durham, Austin Friars of Shirbourn, Dorset, Austin Friars of Blakemore-Forest, near Dorchester, Austin Friars of Tavistock, Devon, Austin Friars of Barnstaple, in Devonshire, Austin Friars of Brisoll, or Bredsale Park, in Derbyshire, Austin Friars of Penrith, in Cumberland, Austin Friars of Cambridge, Austin Friars or Friars Eremites of the Order of St. Augustine, Crutched Friars of York, Crutched Friars of Kildale, in Yorkshire, Crutched Friars of Guildford, in Surrey, Crutched Friars of Great Waltham, in Suffolk, Crutched Friars of Oxford, Crutched Friars of Brackley, in Northamptonshire, Crutched Friars of London, Crutched Friars of Wotton Under Edge, in Gloucestershire, Crutched Friars of Colchester, in Essex, Crutched Friars of Barham, in Cambridgeshire, Crutched or Crouched or Crossed Friars: Introduction, Carmelites, or White Friars of Cardiff, in Glamorganshire, Carmelites, or White Friars of Ruthin, in Denbighshire, Carmelites, or White Friars of York, Carmelites, or White Friars of Sutton, in Yorkshire, Carmelites, or White Friars of Scardeburgh, or Scarborough, in Yorkshire, Carmelites, or White Friars of Richmond, in Yorkshire, Carmelites, or White Friars of Pontefract, in Yorkshire, Carmelites, or White Friars of Kingston Upon Hull, Carmelites, or White Friars of Doncaster, in Yorkshire, Carmelites, or White Friars of Bolton, in Yorkshire, Carmelites, or White Friars of North Allerton, in Yorkshire, Carmelites, or White Friars of Marleburgh, or Marlborough, in Wiltshire, Carmelites, or White Friars of Appleby, in Westmoreland, Carmelites, or White Friars of Warwick, Carmelites, or White Friars of Coventry, in Warwickshire, Carmelites, or White Friars of New Shoreham, in Sussex, Carmelites, or White Friars of Sele, in Sussex, Carmelites, or White Friars of Ipswich, in Suffolk, Carmelites, or White Friars of Bristol, in Somersetshire, Carmelites, or White Friars of Taunton, in Somersetshire, Carmelites, or White Friars of Shrewsbury, Carmelites, or White Friars of Ludlow, in Shropshire, Carmelites, or White Friars of Drayton in Hales, Shropshire, Carmelites, or White Friars of Oxford, Carmelites, or White Friars of Nottingham, Carmelites, or White Friars of Lenton, in Nottinghamshire, Carmelites, or White Friars of Newcastle, Carmelites, or White Friars of Holn, or Holm, near Alnwick, in Northumberland, Carmelites, or White Friars of Berwick, in Northumberland, Carmelites, or White Friars of Northampton, Carmelites, or White Friars of Norwich, Carmelites, or White Friars of Yarmouth, in Norfolk, Carmelites, or White Friars of Lynne, in Norfolk, Carmelites, or White Friars of Burnham Norton, in Norfolk, Carmelites, or White Friars of Blakeney, alias Sniterley, in Norfolk, Carmelites, or White Friars of London, Carmelites, or White Friars of Stamford, or Stanford, in Lincolnshire, Carmelites, or White Friars of Lincoln, Carmelites, or White Friars of Boston, in Lincolnshire, Carmelites, or White Friars of Sandwich, in Kent, Carmelites, or White Friars of Losenham, in Kent, Carmelites, or White Friars of Aylesford, in Kent, Carmelites, or White Friars of Hitchin, in Hertfordshire, Carmelites, or White Friars of Winchester, in Hampshire, Carmelites, or White Friars of Gloucester, Carmelites, or White Friars of Maldon, in Essex, Carmelites, or White Friars of Lyme, in Dorestshire, Carmelites, or White Friars of Plymouth, in Devonshire, Carmelites, or White Friars of Chester, Carmelites, or White Friars of Cambridge, Order of the Carmelites, or White Friars: Introduction, Trinitarian Friars of Knaresburgh, in Yorkshire, Trinitarian Friars of Worcester, Trinitarian or Maturine Friars of Eston, near Burbach, in Wiltshire, Trinitarian Friars of Thelesford, in Warwickshire, Trinitarian Friars of Thusfield, or Thuffield, in Oxfordshire, Trinitarian Friars of Walknoll, at Newcastle, Trinitarian Friars of Berwick, in Northumberland, Trinitarian Friars of Hounslow, in Middlesex, Trinitarian Friars of Werland juxta Totness, Trinitarian Friars of Little Totness, in Devonshire, Trinitarian Friars of Donington, near Newbury, in Berkshire, Trinitarian, or Maturine Friars of Modenden, in Kent, Friars of the Order of the Holy Trinity for the Redemption of Captives: Introduction, Grey Friars of Chichester, in Sussex, Black Friars of Wilton, in Wiltshire, Black Friars of Winchester, Chantry at Sapcote, in Leicestershire, College at St. Mary Week, in Cornwall, Eaton Chantry, in Bedfordshire, College at Biggleswade, in Bedfordshire, College De Vaux, or De Valle, at Salisbury, College of All Saints, at Warwick, College of Bunbury, in Cheshire, College of St. Mary, at Winchester, Minoresses of Brusyard, in Suffolk, Minoresses of Waterbeche, in Cambridgeshire, Minoresses of London, Minoresses of Denney, in Cambridgeshire, Minoresses, or Nuns of the Order of St. Clare: A Branch of the Franciscans, Introduction, Grey Friars of Becmachen, in the Isle of Man, Grey Friars of Cardiff, in Glamorganshire, Grey Friars of Caermarthen, in Wales, Grey Friars of Llanvais, near Beaumaris, Anglesey, Grey Friars of York, Grey Friars of Scardeburgh, or Scarborough, in Yorkshire, Grey Friars of Richmond, in Yorkshire, Grey Friars of Pontefract, in Yorkshire, Grey Friars of Doncaster, in Yorkshire, Grey Friars of Beverley, in Yorkshire, Grey Friars of Worcester, Grey Friars of Salisbury, Grey Friars of Coventry, in Warwickshire, Grey Friars of Winchelsey, in Sussex, Grey Friars of Lewes, in Sussex, Black Friars of Chichester, in Sussex, Grey Friars of Richmond, in Surrey, Grey Friars of Ipswich, in Suffolk, Grey Friars of Dunwich, in Suffolk, Babwell, or Grey Friars at Bury St. Edmund in Suffolk, Grey Friars of Stafford, Grey Friars of Lichfield, in Staffordshire, Grey Friars of Bristol, Grey Friars of Bridgewater, in Somersetshire, Grey Friars of Shrewsbury, Grey Friars of Bridgenorth, in Shropshire, Grey Friars of Oxford, Grey Friars of Nottingham, Grey Friars of Newark, in Nottinghamshire, Grey Friars of Newcastle, in Northumberland, Grey Friars of Berwick, in Northumberland, Grey Friars of Northampton, Grey Friars of Yarmouth, in Norfolk, Grey Friars of Walsingham, in Norfolk, Grey Friars of Norwich, Grey Friars of Lynne, in Norfolk, Grey Friars of London, Grey Friars of Stamford, in Lincolnshire, Grey Friars of Lincoln, Grey Friars of Grimesby, in Lincolnshire, Grey Friars of Grantham, in Lincolnshire, Grey Friars of Boston, in Lincolnshire, Grey Friars of Leicester, Grey Friars of Preston in Agmunderness, in Lancashire, Grey Friars of Lancaster, in Lancashire, Grey Friars of Maidstone, in Kent, Grey Friars of Greenwich, in Kent, Grey Friars of Canterbury, in Kent, Grey, or Franciscan Friars of Ware, in Hertfordshire, Grey Friars of Hereford, Grey Friars of Winchester, in Hampshire, Grey Friars of Southampton, in Hampshire, Grey Friars of Gloucester, Grey Friars of Colchester, in Essex, Grey Friars of Hartlepool, in the County of Durham, Grey Friars of Poole, in Dorsetshire, Grey Friars of Dorchester, in Dorsetshire, Grey Friars of Plymouth, in Devonshire, Grey Friars of Exeter, Grey Friars of Carlisle, in Cumberland, Grey Friars of Bodmin, in Cornwall, Grey Friars of Chester, Franciscan Friary at Cambridge, Grey Friars of Aylesbury, in Buckinghamshire, Grey Friars of Reading, in Berkshire, Grey, or Franciscan Friars of Bedford, Grey or Franciscan Friars, Introduction, Black Friars of Haverford, in Pembrokeshire, Black Friars of Cardif, in Glamorganshire, Black Friars of Rhudlan, in Flintshire, Black Friars of Bangor, in Caernarvonshire, Black Friars of Brecknock, in Wales, Black Friars of York, Black Friars of Yarm, or Yarum, in Yorkshire, Black Friars of Scarborough, in Yorkshire, Black Friars of Pontefract, in Yorkshire, Black Friars of Kingston upon Hull, in Yorkshire, Black Friars of Doncaster, in Yorkshire, Black Friars of Beverley, in Yorkshire, Black Friars of Worcester, Black Friars of Salisbury, Black Friars of Warwick, Black Friars of Winchelsea, in Sussex, Chichester, in Sussex, Black Friars of Arundel, in Sussex, Black Friars of Guildford, or Langley Prope Guildford, Black Friars of Sudbury, in Suffolk, Black Friars of Ipswich, in Suffolk, Black Friars of Dunwich, in Suffolk, Black Friars of Newcastle Under Line, in Staffordshire, Black Friars of Ivelchester, in Somersetshire, Black Friars of Bristol, in Somersetshire, Black Friars of Shrewsbury, Black Friars of Rutland, Black Friars of Oxford, Black Friars of Newcastle, in Northumberland, Black Friars of Berwick, in Northumberland, Black Friars of Bamburgh, in Northumberland, Black Friars of Northampton, Black Friars of Yarmouth, in Norfolk, Black Friars of Thetford, in Norfolk, Black Friars of Norwich, Black Friars of Lynne, in Norfolk, Black Friars of Newport, in Monmouthshire, Black Friars at London, Black Friars of Stamford, in Lincolnshire, Black Friars of Lincoln, Black Friars of Boston, in Lincolnshire, Black Friars of Leicester, Black Friars of Lancaster, Black Friars of Canterbury, in Kent, Black Friars of King's, or Chiltern Langley, in Hertfordshire, Black Friars of Hereford, , Black Friars of Gloucester, Black Friars of Chelmesford, in Essex, Black Friars of Melcomb, Milton, or Weymouth, in Dorsetshire, Black Friars of Exeter, in Devonshire, Black Friars of Derby, Black Friars of Carlisle, in Cumberland, Black Friars of Truro, in Cornwall, black Friars of Chester, Black Friars of Cambridge, Black Friars of Dunstaple, in Bedforshire, Black or Dominican Friars: Introduction, Houses of the Different Orders of Friars in England and Wales, Including the Nuns Minoresses: Introduction, Wrexham, in Denbighshire, College of Llandewi-Brevi, in Cardiganshire, College of Holy Head, or Caer Guby, in Anglesey, St. William's College at York, St. Sepulchre's College at York, The Vicars' College at York, Chapel or Collegiate Church at Tickhill, in Yorkshire, Sutton in Holderness, in Yorkshire, St. Clement's College at Pontefract, in Yorkshire, Osmotherley, near North Allerton, in Yorkshire, Lowthorp, in the Deanery of Dickering, and Archdeaconry of East Riding, in Yorkshire, Laysingby College, in the Deanery and Archdeaconry of Cleveland, Kirkby Overblowes, or Oreblowers, in Yorkshire, Collegiate Church of Howden, in Yorkshire, St. Edmund's college, at Salisbury, Nether Aulcaster, or Acaster, in Yorkshire, College of Elmeley, in Worcestershire, Wilton, in Wilshire, The Vicars' College at Salisbury, , College of Heytesbury, in Wiltshire, College of St. James at Warwick, College at Stratford upon Avon, College at Miton, or Muiton, in Warwickshire, College of Knoll, in Warwickshire, Guye's Cliff, near Warwick, Collegiate Church of Bablake, at Coventry, Collegiate Church of South Mallyng, near Lewes, in Sussex, College of Secular Canons at Hastings, in Sussex, College of Vicars in the Cathedral of Chichester, Collegiate Church of Boseham, in Sussex, College of Meaudon, or Maldon, in Surrey, Collegiate Church of Lingfield, in Surrey, Ancient College at Lambeth, in Surrey, Collegiate Church of Wingfield, in Suffolk, College at Metingham Castle, in Suffolk, Glemisford, or Elemnesford, in Suffolk, Denston, or Denardeston, in Suffolk, Ashe College at Campsey, in Suffolk, College at Bury St. Edmund, in Suffolk, College at Tetenhall, in Staffordshire, College of Tamworth, in Staffordshire, College of Pencriz, or Penkridge, in Staffordshire, College of the Vicars Choral of Lichfield Cathedral, College of Gnoushale, in Staffordshire, Vicars' College at Wells, Mountery College at Wells, in Somersetshire, College of Stoke under Hampden, in Somersetshire, College at Congresbury, in Somersetshire, St. Mary's College, in Shrewsbury, St. Michael's College, Shrewsbury, St. Julian's Chapel, Shrewsbury, Free Chapel of St. George, in Shrewsbury, St. Chadd's College, in Shrewsbury, Ponsbury, in Shropshire, Burford, in Shropshire, Collegiate Church in the Castle of Bridgenorth, in Shropshire, College of Manton, in Rutlandshire, Collegiate Church of St. George within the Castle of Oxford, College at Banbury, in Oxfordshire, Rodyngton, in Nottinghamshire, College in Nottingham Castle, College of Clifton, in Nottinghamshire, Bingham, in Nottinghamshire, Ponteland, in Northumberland, College at Bamburgh, in Northumberland, College at Towcester, in Northamptonshire, College of all Saints, Northampton, College of Luffwick, in Northamptonshire, College of Barhacke, in Northamptonshire, College of Thomeston, or Topson, in Norfolk, College or Guild at Thetford, in Norfolk, College of the Chapel in the Fields, at Norwich, College of Norton Soupecors, or Raveningham College, in Norfolk, College at Lynne, in Norfolk, College of Ingram, in Norfolk, College at Castre: by Yarmouth, in Norfolk, College in the Tower of London, St. Laurence Poultney, or Pountney College, London, Minor Canons College at St. Paul's, London, London, or Guildhall College, Leadenhall College, Lancaster College, St. Paul's, London, Jesus Commons College, in London, Holmes College, at St. Paul's, London, Barking College, in London, College at Spillesby, in Lincolnshire, Cantiltupe College, Lincoln, College of Nouseley, or Gnousale, in Leicestershire, College of St. Martin the Less at Leicester, College of Ulcomb, or Olecomb, in Kent, College of Hakyngton, near Canterbury, Cobham College, in Kent, College of Ashford, in Kent, College at Bromyard, in Herefordshire, Trinity College, Winchester, College of St. Mary Kalender, at Winchester, Barton, or Burton College, in the Isle of Wight, Hampshire, Kinley, or Kinline, in the Parish of Nimpsfield, Gloucestershire, College at Froucester, in Gloucestershire, College at Cirencester, in Gloucestershire, College at Bishop Stortford, in Essex, Layer Marney College, in Essex, College of Halstede, in Essex, College of Norton, near Stockton, Durham, College of Darlington, in the County of Durham, College of Wimbourne, in Dorsetshire, Tiverton in Devonshire, College Within the Castle of Exeter, Collegiate Church of Wenslow, in Yorkshire, Cathedral Church of St. Peter at York, Royal and Collegiate chapel within the Castle of Windsor, in Berkshire, College of Lanchestre, in the County of Durham, Stoke in Tynhide, in the Parish of Kenne, in Devonshire, Collegiate Church of Slapton, in Devonshire, College of South Molton, in Devonshire, College, or Archpresbytery of Haccombe, in Devonshire, College of Clist Gabriel, or Episcopi, in the Parish of Faringdon, in Devonshire, Collegiate Church of Crediton, or Kirton, in Devonshire, College of Chumileigh, in Devonshire, College of Axminster, in Devonshire, College of Kirk Oswald, in Cumberland, College of Graystoke, in Cumberland, St. Thetha, in Cornwall, College of St. Probus, in Cornwall, College of St. Pieran, in Cornwall, College of St. Karentoc, or Crantoc, near Padstow, in Cornwall, College of Endellion, in Cornwall, College of St. Burien, in Cornwall, College of Macclesfield or Maxfield, in Cheshire, College of the Holy Cross at Chester, College of St. John at Chester, College of Newton, in Cambridgeshire, College of Shottesbrooke, in Berkshire, College of Wolverhampton, in Staffordshire, College of Rotherham, in Yorkshire, College of Middleham, in Yorkshire, College at Bernard Castle, in the County of Durham, College of Westbury, in Gloucestershire, College of St. Mary Stafford, Newport College, in Shropshire, College of Eton, by Windsor, in Berkshire, College of Tateshale, Tattershall, or Totteshall, in Lincolnshire, College of Wye, in Kent, College of Stansted le Thele, or St. Margaret's, in Hertfordshire, College of Battaylefield, or Battlefield, in Shropshire, College of Higham Ferrers, in Northamptonshire, College at Manchester, College of North Cadbury, in Somersetshire, College of Stoke by Clare, in Suffolk, College of Fotheringey, in Northamptonshire, College of Tonge, in Shropshire, College of Staindrop, in the County of Durham, Collegiate Church of Attleburgh, in Norfolk, College of Northill, in Bedfordshire, Collegiate Church at Ledbury, in Herefordshire, College of Newark, or St. Mary the Greater, at Leicester, College within the Castle of Bolton, in Yorkshire, College of Maidstone, in Kent, College of Pleshy, in Essex, College of Bradgare, in Kent, Collegiate Church of St. David's, in Pembrokeshire, Collegiate Church of Clovelley, in Devonshire, Irtelingburgh College, in Northamptonshire, College of St. Michael Crooked Lane, London, College of Arundel, in Sussex, College of Abergwilly, in Caermarthenshire, Collegiate Church of Hemmingburgh, in Yorkshire, College of Cotherstoke, in Northamptonshire, Collegiate Church of Astley, in Warwickshire, College of Sudbury, in Suffolk, Collegiate Church of Tuxford, in Nottinghamshire, College of Sibthorp, in Nottinghamshire, Collegiate Church of Ripon, in Yorkshire, Collegiate Chapel of St. Stephen Westminster, College of St. Mary Otery, in Devonshire, College of Ruthyn, in Denbighshire, College of Glaseney, alias Penryn, in Cornwall, College at Merewell, in Hampshire, College of Wengham, in Kent, College of St. Elizabeth, at Winchester, Collegiate Church of Chester le Street, in the County of Durham, College at Bishop's Aukland, in the County of Durham, College of Lancadanc, or Langadoc, in Caermarthenshire, College at Wallingford, in Berkshire, College of St. Mary Warwick, Collegiate Church of St. Martin le Grand, within Aldersgate, London, Collegiate Church of Southwell, in Nottinghamshire, Collegiate Church of St. John at Beverley, Cathedral of St. Asaph, in Flintshire, Cathedral of St. David's, in Wales, Cathedral of Bangor, in Caernarvonshire, Cathedral of Salisbury, Cathedral of Lincoln, Cathedral of Litchfield, in Staffordshire, Cathedral Church of Llandaff, in Glamorganshire, Cathedral of Hereford, Cathedral Church of Chichester, in Sussex, Introduction to Vol. 6, Part 3