Site of Willoghton Preceptory at Temple Garth.
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Willoughton, founded during the reign of Stephen, was the richest of the English houses of the Templars. After the suppression of the order in 1312 the house passed to the Hospitallers in 1338. It was dissolved in 1540, the lands passing to King's College, Cambridge. 0
Other Lincolnshire Templar preceptories
- Aslackby Preceptory, Kesteven ( )
- Eagle, Kesteven ( )
- Temple Bruer Preceptory
- Witham Preceptory, Kesteven ( )
Lincolnshire Templar camerae and granges
- Bottesford, Lindsey . Cell of Willougton( )
- Temple Belwood, Belton, North Lincolnshire
- Grantham Angel and Royal
- Gainsborough, Lincolnshire
- Great Limber, Lindsey ( )
- Horkstow, Lindsey ( ) Cell of Willoughton.
- Mere, Branston and Mere. Probably a grange of Willoughton.
- Historic England. "Willoughton Preceptory (327087)". PastScape. Retrieved 8 August 2015.
- "Local parish web site". Retrieved 27 October 2012.
- "GENUKI web site".
- Page, William, ed. (1906). A History of the County of Lincoln. Victoria County History. 2. pp. 210–213 'Houses of Knights Templars: Willoughton, Eagle, Aslackby, South Witham and Temple Bruer'. Retrieved 12 February 2011.