St. Leonard's Priory, Norwich
St. Leonard's Priory, Norwich was a priory in Norfolk, England. It was a dependant cell of Norwich Cathedral before the Reformation. In 1542 it was acquired by the Earl of Surrey and turned into the mansion of Mount Surrey. During Kett's Rebellion, 1549, it was used as to imprison the rebel's 'gentry captives'.
- Ralph Houlbrooke, 'Refoundation and Reformation 1538-1623' in ed. by Ian Atherton, Eric Fernie, Christopher Harper-Bill and Hassell Smith, Norwich Cathedral: Church, City and Diocese, 1096-1996 (London: The Hambledon Press, 1996), p. 526
- Andy Wood, The 1549 rebellions and the making of early modern England (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007), p. 63
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