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TREGONAN GRANGE

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Monastic Grange of Beaulieu Abbey. The monastic establishment at Tregonan, founded before 1263, is recorded by most authorities as a cell of the Cistercian Abbey of Beaulieu. It was probably a large grange with resident monks. Dissolved by 1527. The monks had returned to Beaulieu and the 'monastery' was in ruins by the time Leland visited the site. The 'several considerable remains' noted by Borlase in 1755 have disappeared. Henderson noted a few quoins of Caen stone built into a cowhouse.

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