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FOULBRIDGE TEMPLARS PRECEPTORY

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Remains of a timber hall dated to circa 1288, which was formerly a preceptory of the Knights Templars. It had been founded before 1226 and after dissolution, 1308-12, passed to the Hospitallers, although not as a preceptory. Dendrochronological samples of the roof beams date the roof to circa 1288. The building was originally an aisled hall and incorporates the nave of the former chapel.

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