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BARHAM FRIARY

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Priory of the Crutched Friars, founded in about 1293 and dissolved in 1538, was apparently an offshoot of Welnetham and later dependent on London. All trace of St Margaret's Priory is now gone, though until the 18th century the priory still retained much of its fabric, being built round a square court, having on the south side a cloister terminated by a small chapel, a hall, buttery, etc, and the chapel was still in use as a church. Altered in the 16th and 17th centuries, but it entirely disappeared when the later Barham Hall was rebuilt in 1830 (see TL 54 NE 95).

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