|Location||Temple Grafton, Warwickshire|
Grafton Preceptory was a priory in Temple Grafton, Warwickshire, England that belonged to the Knights Hospitalier. The village had no connection with the Knights Templer, but acquired this name due to an administrative error during the reign of Henry VIII, by which time the Hospitaliers had been associated with the site for over three hundred years. The Preceptory was closely associated with Balsall Preceptory and the office of Preceptor for these two was often united.
- Page, William, ed. (1908). A History of the County of Warwick: Volume 2 ('Houses of Knights Hospitaller: Preceptory of Balsall and Grafton'. London. p. 100-1. Retrieved 30 May 2016.
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