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GISLINGHAM TEMPLARS PRECEPTORY

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Preceptory of Knights Templars, founded before 1222-6, when Brother Alan Mantel was recorded as master; changed from Templars to Hospitallers in 1309. Said to have been devastated in 1338, it was mentioned in 1434 in the lists of Knights Templars and Hospitallers in England, compiled by Fr John Stillingflete, and again in 1553 in a manuscript in the Augmentation Office. There are no buildings remaining. Possible remains of a moat.

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