|Full name||Priory of St. Mary at Andwell|
|Established||early 12th century|
|Dedicated to||St. Mary|
|Controlled churches||Stratton, Hinton|
|Founder(s)||Adam de Port of Mapledurwell|
|Location||Andwell, Hampshire, England|
|Visible remains||some walls and doorways|
This small priory was founded as a cell of the great Benedictine abbey of Tiron in the twelfth century by Adam de Port of nearby Mapledurwell. The grant of lands in Nately and other rents were confirmed by a charter of King Henry I of England.
Bishop Wykeham purchased Andwell from the abbey of Tiron in the later part of the reighn of Richard II and bestowed it and its lands on his newly founded college at Winchester, to which it still belongs.
- A History of the County of Hampshire: Volume 2, The Victoria County History 1973
- The Buildings of England: Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, Nikolaus Pevsner and David Lloyd