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MONUMENT NO. 130682

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The manor granted to the Cluniac Priory of St Faith, Newton Longueville, about 1093, listed by Knowles and Hadcock as a grange and by Victoria County History as a priory cell. Property reverted to the crown at dissolution in 1414 and it was granted to New College, Oxford, in 1460. In April 1935 deep ploughing struck masonry, (at TG 09341987). Excavations by Stimpson in July 1935 revealed remains of a two-celled building, one buttressed, each compartment 6ft by 3ft with tiled floors, also potsherds, perhaps the site of the Priory cell.

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