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LINCOLN FRIARY OF FRIARS OF THE SACK

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Site of friary from circa 1266 to 1307. Chapel from 1307-1359, when it became St Peter's College or Chantry. The Friars of the Sack, or Friars of the Penance of Jesus Christ, settled in Lincoln before 1266, on the north side of the river east of Thornbridge, south of St. Hugh Croft and west of Stamp Causeway (site centred approximately to SK 98057118). By 1307 they had abandoned the site, and in 1327 their chapel was being served by secular chaplains. St Peter's college or chantry for 5 priests was established in 1359 in the chapel of the friars.

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