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HOLY TRINITY PRIORY

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Priory for Benedictine monks for the Alien Benedictine Abbey of Marmoutier, formerly a pre-Conquest house of canons, was founded by Micklegate, Trinity Lane, St. Mary's Churchyard, and the city wall. Part of the 12th century priory nave is incorporated in the present church and sections of the choir walls are preserved in the rectory gardens. A section of the boundary wall is visible from St. Mary's vicarage garden. Dependencies: Ticford and Allerton Mauleverer priories, and the Hospitals of St Nicholas (York) and St Nicholas (Scarborough).

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