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OXFORD FRIARY OF FRIARS OF THE SACK

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The Friary of the Friars of the Sack was founded in Oxford in 1261 in St Budoc's parish. They soon built a chapel and infirmary. In 1264-5, the ruinous former parish church of St Budoc, which was adjacent to the friary, was replaced, apparently acquired by the friars, and became the conventual church. The order was suppressed from 1276 onwards, the Oxford friars being ordered to be dissolved in 1309. Their property was granted to the Greyfriars, (SP50NW24), who occupied the adjoining property to the East. The church, which was excess to the Greyfriars needs, was probably demolished.

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