An Augustinian Canons Regular establishment, initially founded around 1140 at the church of St Mary, East Rudham by William Cheney, the community was transferred to a new site at Coxford c.1216. The building there was constructed of flint with stone dressings and is now a grade II* listed ruin. 
The priory was dissolved in 1536.
- "Name: REMAINS OF ST MARYS PRIORY List entry Number: 1152495". English Heritage. Retrieved 20 March 2014.
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