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LODERS PRIORY

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An alien Benedictine priory founded in the reign of Henry I, and dissolved circa 1414, when it was granted to Syon Abbey. Loders was dependent on Montebourg and was one of the larger alien priories with possibly 5 or 6 monks. Its income in 1387 exceeded £70. The monastic buildings seem to have stood to the North of the church, and some rubble walling in the cellars of Loders Court may be the fragmentary remains of the Priory. The church [apparently originally the Priory Church] is still in use.

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