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1 The Abbey of Radmore was transferred to Stoneleigh in 1154-5. The foundation stone of the church of the new Cistercian Abbey was laid in 1155. In 1241 the monastery ...
The site of Stoneleigh Abbey, a Cistercian monastery that was founded during the Medieval period. Few traces of the abbey buildings survive above the ground except for the gatehouse. The site is located southwest of The National Agricultural Centre.
St Mary's Abbey, Kenilworth
1 Priory of Augustin canons, afterwards an Abbey, was founded in 1122 by Godfrey de Clinton about the same time as the Castle. The Abbey was dissolved in April 1538. 2 ...
The remains of St Mary's Abbey, Kenilworth. Founded as a Priory in the Medieval period, it was promoted to an Abbey in the middle of the fifteenth century. It was dissolved in 1538. The site is in the north east part of Abbey Fields.
Remains of Abbey Buildings at Stoneleigh
1 In 1535 the last Abbot surrendered to the Crown. The Abbey lay a roofless ruin until 1561. An Elizabethan building was constructed and remained substantially unaltered until 1710. The ...
The remains of Stoneleigh Abbey buildings that are of Medieval date. Parts of the abbey cloister, chapter house and dormitory survive and have been incorporated into a later building. The abbey buildings were located 500m north west of The Grove.
Remains of Buildings at Wroxall Priory
1 The roofless remains of two buildings exist S of the church. The smaller is about 4.9m square and 11.4m from the church. It has a W doorway similar ...
The remains of Wroxall Priory, a nunnery founded in the Medieval period. The remains of two buildings exist on the site; the refectory or dining room; and the chapter house, where the nuns met to carry out business transactions. The site is 700m southwest of Wroxall Village.
Site of Cloisters of Polesworth Abbey
1 The cloisters were S of the nuns’ quire. A 12th century doorway still survives just E of the present nave and S of the modern chancel. This would have ...
The site of the cloisters of Polesworth Abbey dating to the Medieval period. They were situated 200m east of Bridge Street, Polesworth.
Site of possible old minster church, Stoneleigh
1 Possible minster church, Stoneleigh. Bassett suggests that Stoneleigh’s church, St. Mary’s, may have been an old minster, and says that there were at least two priests serving it in 1086 ...
Site of possible old minster church pre-Conquest on or close to the present church of St Mary's.
Site of possible old minster church, Leek Wootton
1 Site of possible old minster church, Leek Wootton. Bassett suggests that there was an old minster church here. The parish was situated in the Avon valley, south of ...
Site of possible old minster church pre-Conquest, in Avon valley, on or close to the present church of All Saints.
Site of possible old minster church, Wolston
1 Possible site of the old minster of Wolston. Bassett comments that of all the mother churches south east of Coventry, only Wolston is a viable candidate for recognition as an ...
Site of possible old minster church, pre-Conquest, Wolston, at or near the site of the church of St Margaret.
Site of possible old minster church, Nuneaton
1 Site of possible old minster church, Nuneaton. Bassett suggests that St Nicholas, Nuneaton, is the likeliest candidate for an old minster church north of Coventry.
Site of possible old minster church, pre-Conquest, at or near the present church of St Nicholas.
Site of possible old minster church, Church Lawford
1 Site of possible old minster church, Church Lawford. Bassett suggests that there was a minster church at Church Lawford, and goes on to say that if this was so then ...
Site of possible old minster church, pre-Conquest, at or near the present church of St Peter's, Church Lawford.
Site of possible old minster church, Bulkington
1 Site of possible old minster church, Bulkington, Nuneaton. Bassett states that there may have been an old minster at Bulkington as the parish had a neat shape although it had ...
Site of possible old minster church, pre-Conquest, on or near the present church of St James, Bulkington
Site of possible old minster church, Monks Kirby
1 Site of possible old minster church, Monk’s Kirby. Bassett states that there was ‘undoubtedly’ an old minster here. He adds that its parish may once have been as large as ...
Site of possible old minster church, pre-Conquest, on or close to the present church of St Mary and St Editha.
Site of possible minster church, Kingsbury
1 2 Site of possible minster church, Kingsbury. The parish of Kingsbury is extensive, mostly to the east of the river Tame and along the road from Coventry to Tamworth. In ...
Site of possible minster church associated with present day church of St Peter and St Paul, Kingsbury.
Site of possible minster church, Long Itchington
1 Site of possible minster church, Long Itchington. At time of Domesday, the church was recorded as having 2 priests, often a key indicator of minster status.
Site of possible minster church, Long Itchington, on or near the present day church of Holy Trinity.
Site of possible minster church, Ufton
1 Site of possible minster church, Ufton. At time of Domesday, the church was recorded as having 2 priests, often a key indicator of minster status.
Site of possible minster church, on or near the site of the present day church of St Michael.
Church of St Peter, Wootton Wawen
1 Chancel, central tower, S chapel, nave, S aisle, and N and S porches. Lower three fifths of the tower is probably of the first half of the 11th ...
The Church of St Peter which was founded as a minster during the Early Medieval period. Alterations were made to the church in the Medieval and Post Medieval periods. It is situated on Stratford Road, Wootton Wawen.
Site of Kenilworth Abbey Chapter House and Cloister
1 Of the monastic buildings only a few shapeless blocks of rubble survive above ground level. Traces of the cloisters were uncovered, including a 12th century apsidal chapter house to ...
The Medieval remains of Kenilworth Abbey Chapter House and Cloister. The site is at the tennis courts in Abbey Fields.
Cookhill Priory - Original Site, Spernall.
2 According to a papal licence of 1400 Spernall was the original site of the Priory of Cookhill and their original buildings here, at that date in ruins, included ...
Documentary evidence suggests that this was the site of the Cookhill Priory, comprising a moat and priory buildings. Of Medieval date, the remains of the priory are visible as earthworks. The site is located 350m north west of Morgrove Coppice, Spernall.
1 Cistercian Abbey of Combe was founded in 1150 by Richard De Camvill and was surrendered on the 21st January 1539. 2 Combe Abbey occupies the site and includes a few ...
Combe Abbey, a Cistercian Abbey that was founded during the Medieval period. Remains of the cloisters survive in the walls of a later building. The abbey is situated 1km north west of Birchley Wood.
Park Cottage 500m W of Newnham Paddox
1 On the 1886 OS map a building at this grid reference is labelled as “Presbytery”. 2 Also referred to as “Presbytery” on the 1905 OS map. 3 On the 1968 OS ...
Park Cottage which was built during the Imperial period. The Ordnance Survey map of 1905 suggests that this may once have been a priests house associated with the chapel at Newnham Paddox. The cottage is situated west of Newnham Paddox Park.
Deserted medieval Settlement at Cawston
1 AP. 2 Undated crop mark complex consisting of a central trackway, enclosures and linear features shows on aerial photographs. 3 Contains elements of a type that could be either later Prehistoric ...
Linear features, a trackway and enclosures of unknown date are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. The features suggest that this might be the remains of a settlement. Verified by excavation. Occupied 12th & 13th century, deserted/shrunken by 15th. Thought to be a manorial complex or grange of Pipewell Abbey. The site is located at Cawston.
Site of possible minster church, Coleshill
12 Site of possible old minster church, Coleshill. As an important royal centre, Coleshill was a logical place for a pre-Conquest minster church, the church being the centre of the Deanery ...
Site of possible old minster church pre-Conquest, in the Blythe valley, on or close to the present church of St Peter and St Paul.
Friends' Meeting House, 39 High Street, Warwick
1 A Meeting of Quakers was probably founded as a result of visits to Warwick by George Fox in 1655 and 1656. In 1671 a house in High Pavement was ...
A Society of Friends' Quaker Meeting House dating to the Post Medieval period. It is still in use for worship, and is situated in the High Street, Warwick.
Pinley Priory, Rowington.
1 A small priory of Cistercian nuns was founded in the reign of Henry I (1100-35). It was dissolved in 1536. 2 Remains consist only of portions of the church (PRN ...
The site of Pinley Priory, a Medieval Cistercian monastery. The site lies 600m south east of Great Pinley.
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