Priory of the Holy Trinity, Ipswich
Priory of the Holy Trinity was a priory in Suffolk, England. It was named in the Domesday Book, although the build date of the first known building was 1177. After a fire, the monastery was rebuilt by John de Oxford in 1194. The priory was condemned in 1536.
- "A History of the County of Suffolk: Volume 2". 1975. pp. 103–105. Retrieved 4 March 2014.
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