[Table of Contents for Dugdale Volume 3]

Introduction

Eynsham, or Egnesham Abbey, in Oxfordshire (including Stow, in Lincolnshire), p.1.

Monastery of Burton Upon Trent, in Staffordshire, p. 32.

Abbotsburry Abbey, in Dorsetshire, p. 52.

Abbey of St. Bennet of Hulme, in Norfolk, p. 61.

Abbey of St. Edmund's Bury, in Suffolk, p.98.

Cathedral and Benedictine Priory of Coventry, in Warwickshire, p. 177.

Destroyed Monastery of Peykirk, in Northhamptonshire, p.206.

Benedictine Priory of Spalding, in Lincolnshire, p. 206.

Abbey of Battle, or De Bello, in Sussex, p. 233.

Priory of Brecon, or Brecknock, in Wales, a Cell to Battle Abbey, p. 259.

Nunnery of Armethwaite, in Cumberland, p. 270.

Mulebroc, or Millbrook; and Moddry, afterwards called Beaulieu, or De Bello Loco: a Cell to the Monastery of St. Albans, p. 274.

Priory of Wallingford, in Berkshire, a Cell to St. Alban's Abbey, p. 278.

Priory of Belvoir, in Lincolnshire, a Cell to St. Alban's Abbey, p. 284.

Priory of Hatfield Peverell, in Essex, a Cell to St. Alban's Abbey, p. 294.

Priory of Hertford, a Cell to St. Alban's abbey, p. 298.

Priory of Tinmouth, in Northumberland, a Cell to St. Alban's Abbey, p. 302.

Monastery of Wymondham, or Windham, in Norfolk, p. 323.

Monastery of Binham, in Norfolk, a Cell to the Abbey of St. Alban, p. 341.

Monastery of St. Mary De Pree, De la Praye, De Prato, or De Pratis, near St. Albans, in Hertfordshire, p. 353.

Nunnery of Sopwell, or Sopewell, in Hertfordshire, p. 362.

Benedictine Nunnery of Merkyate, or Mergate, now Market Street, in Bedfordshire, p. 368.

Benedictine priory of St. Nicholas in Exeter, a Cell to the Abbey of Battle, p. 375.

Benedictine Nunnery of Malling , in Kent, p. 380.

Benedictine priory of Tutbury, in Staffordshire, p. 388.

Priory of Eye, in Suffolk, p. 401.

Benedictine Nunnery of Elstow, Helenestow, Elnstowe, or Alnestowe, in Bedfordshire, p. 411.

Priory of Penwortham, in Lancashire, a Cell to the Abbey of Evesham, p. 417.

Nunnery of Kilburn, in Middlesex, a Cell to the Abbey of Westminster, p. 422.

Priory of Hurley, in Berkshire, a Cell to the Abbey of Westminster, p. 431.

Priory of Malvern Major, or Great Malvern, in Worcestershire, a Cell to the Abbey of Westminster, p. 440.

Avecot, or Aucot Priory, in Warwickshire, a Cell to the Priory of Malvern Major, p. 455.

Priory of Sudbury, in Suffolk, a Cell to the Abbey or Westminster, p. 458.

Benedictine Priory or St. Neot, in Huntingdonshire, p. 460.

Selby Abbey, in Yorkshire, p. 485.

Benedictine Abbey of Shrewsbury, in the County of Salop, p. 513.

Abbey of St. Mary York, p. 529.

Priory of St. Bee, in Cumberland, p. 574.

Wetherall Priory, in Cumberland, a Cell to the Abbey of St. Mary York, p. 581.

Priory of St. Martin Richmond, a Cell to the Abbey of St. Mary York, p. 601.

Benedictine Cell of Romburc, now Rumburgh, in Suffolk, a Cell to the Abbey of St mary York, p. 610.

Benedictine Priory of St. Mary Magdalen Lincoln, a Cell to the Abbey of St. Mary York: including Santoft and Henes, in Lincolnshire, p. 616.

Benedictine Priory of St. Peter, St. Paul, and St. Guthlac at Hereford, a Cell to the Abbey of St. Peter Gloucester, p. 620.

Priory of Ewyas, in Herefordshire, a Cell to the Abbey of St. Peter Gloucester, p. 628.

Middlesburgh, in the Deanry of Cleveland, in Yorkshire, a Cell to the Abbey of Whitby, p. 631.

Hackness, in Whitby Strand, in Yorkshire, a Cell to the Abbey of Whitby, p. 633.

Priory of St. Faith at Horsham, in Norfolk, p. 635.

Seals of the Monasteries of the Benedictine Order