|Established||1207 or 1208|
|Location||Cockerham, Lancashire, England|
|Grid reference||SD 4626 5185|
Cockerham Priory was a priory served by Austin Canons in Cockerham, Lancashire, England. St Michael's Church was granted to Leicester Abbey c. 1153-54, with some land. The priory was founded in 1207 or 1208 as a cell of the Abbey of St Mary de Pratis ("St Mary in the Meadows") in Leicester.
- Farrer, William; Brownbill, J., eds. (1908), "Houses of Austin Canons — The Priory of Cockerham", A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 2, Constable
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