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TREBEIGH HOSPITALLERS PRECEPTORY

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Knowles and Hadcock (1973) have clarified the confusion surrounding the early history of Trebeigh and nearby Temple. The manor was granted to the Knights Hospitallers by the end of the reign of King Richard I (1188-1199), and remained a Commandery of theirs until merged with Ansty by 1432. The nearby site called Temple (see SX36NW68) was a district, apparently with a preceptory or grange of the Knights Templars, but was never a possession of the Hospitallers.

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