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HAMPTON HOSPITALLERS PRECEPTORY

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The site of the medieval manor of Hampton documented since the late 11th century. It was possibly the site of a nunnery and in 1180 a Hospitallers Preceptory, when a sister of the Sisters of St John is documented as being transferred to Buckland. The site subsequently became a camera of the Knights Hospitallers of St John Jerusalem after they procured the manor in 1236 and they built a grange there. In 1494 the lands were leased to the royal courtier Giles Daubeney who built a private house and in 1514 it was demolished to be replaced by Hampton Court.

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