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MONUMENT NO. 446321

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There was an alien Augustinian cell at Ipplepen, dependent on St Pierre-Rille, near Fougeres, founded about 1143 and dissolved about 1414. According to Dugdale (a) Ipplepen was a cell of the abbey of St Peter of Fulgers; a non-conventual cell of the Abbey of Pontelvoy (b). There was a prior with perhaps two religious at Ipplepen, which was appropriated in 1438 to Ottery St Mary, and later by Henry VI partly to his college at Cambridge. The 18th century building known as the Priory is alleged to be on the site of the Priory cell, but there are no remains visible in the structure or grounds.

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