Hornby Priory was an English Premonstratensian monastic house in Hornby, Lancashire. Dedicated to St Wilfrid, the priory was a dependent cell of Croxton Abbey in Leicestershire. It was probably founded by Roger de Montbegon of Hornby, otherwise his father Adam or grandfather Roger.
In 1544 Thomas Stanley, 2nd Baron Monteagle and Henry Croft bought the site of Hornby Priory.
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- Haigh, Christopher (1969), The Last Days of the Lancashire Monasteries and the Pilgrimage of Grace, Manchester University Press, OCLC 107447
Coordinates: 54°06′47″N 2°38′12″W / 54.112956°N 2.636805°W