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HORSLEY PRIORY

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Site of 11th century priory. Founded as a Benedictine alien cell of Trouarn in the reign of William I, but it was granted to Bruton Priory as an Augustinian cell in 1260. It became a vicarage in 1380. The present, 19th century Church of St Martin, may be built on the priory's site.

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