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GODSFIELD HOSPITALLERS PRECEPTORY

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A preceptory of the Knights Hospitallers, founded before 1171 at Godsfield, but moved to Baddesley before 1355, after which a chaplain and probably a bailiff were maintained at Godsfield. On the site of the preceptory is a chapel of c. 1360-70 with living rooms at the west. To the North-West of the chapel the broken lines of the ground suggest ruined buildings beneath the surface. Extant remains of chapel, sometime cottage, now a store, dated late 14th century. Rendered rubble flint with stone dressings and a tiled roof.

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