Keldholme Priory was a nunnery in Kirkbymoorside, North Yorkshire, England. It was established by one of the Robert de Stutvilles in either the reign of Henry I or II. Two graves are visible, built into the wall of the modern Priory, a house built on the site of the nunnery.
- A History of the County of York North Riding: Volume 1 (Victoria County History, London, 1914).
- The story of these can be found at www.thegranthams.co.uk/paul/graves/keldholme.htm
- Jennings, B. Yorkshire Monasteries. ISBN 1-85825-105-2.
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