Yedingham Priory

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Yedingham Priory was a Benedictine priory in North Yorkshire, England dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary.[1] It was home to Benedictine nuns from 1163–1539.[2]

The priory, also known as Little Mareis, was co founded by Helewise de Clere and Roger II de Clere.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rhea, Nicholas (1985). Portrait of the North York Moors.
  2. ^ Spence, Joan and Bill (1981). Mediaeval Monasteries of Yorkshire. Ambo Publications.
  3. ^ Burton, Janet (1999). The Monastic Order in Yorkshire. Cambridge University Press.

Coordinates: 54°12′24″N 0°37′42″W / 54.206767°N 0.628267°W / 54.206767; -0.628267