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GREENHAM HOSPITALLERS PRECEPTORY

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By the end of the 12th century the Hospitallers owned property within the town and had a preceptory which was in the parish of Greenham `at the foregate of the castle'. The foundation was dissolved in 1540, but underwent a temporary restoration in 1557 before it was finally abolished by Elizabeth. Hadcock records a length of medieval stone wall as probably part of its boundary wall, to the east of the car park. This wall, 2.0m high and 0.7m thick, is of ashlar and extends from SU 4739 6714 to SU 4740 6714.

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