Pheleley Priory

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Pheleley Priory was a small 12th century priory located in a detached part of Bloxham, near Charlbury, in the English county of Oxfordshire.

It was a cell of Eynsham Abbey that developed from a hermitage. It never had a priory church and only ever housed a few monks. It merged with Eynsham in 1145.

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Coordinates: 51°52′41″N 1°25′55″W / 51.878136°N 1.432076°W / 51.878136; -1.432076