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KAYLAND PRIORY CELL

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A cell of Premonstratensian canons was founded at Kalendar or Kayland in the parish at Cottesbrooke probably soon after Sulby Abbey (c1155), and as it does not appear in the
taxation of 1291, had probably ceased by then. In part of the Lordship of Cottesbrooke is a meadow called Kalendar meadow, in which stood a place called Kayland holding a cell of Premonstratension canons. Large foundation stones have been dug up in Kalendar meadow, and the cell appears to have been moated.

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