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LAMANNA CHAPEL

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Site of 6th century monastery and later Benedictine cell and chapel. The monastery had become a Benedictine cell of Glastonbury by 1114. Between 1239 and 1329, by which time it was a chantry chapel of the Dawnay family, it was disposed of by Glastonbury. It was dissolved in 1549.

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