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BOSBURY TEMPLARS PRECEPTORY

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The Templars had a small preceptory at Bosbury founded circa 1217-9 by William Marshall, Earl of Pembroke. It was also known as Upleadon Preceptory. It passed to the Knights Hospitallers circa 1312, and was merged with Dinmore and Garway in 1410. It was probably sited at Temple Court, an 18th century house situated within a circular moat, (SO64SE57). It is alleged that the North wing of the house is Mediaeval.

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