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MONKTON PRIORY

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NPRN 582

Map Reference SM90SE

Grid Reference SM9793701463

Unitary (Local) Authority Pembrokeshire

Old County Pembrokeshire

Community Pembroke

Type of Site PRIORY

Broad Class Religious, Ritual and Funerary

Period Medieval

Site Description A Benedictine Priory founded c.1098 and disolved in 1539. The remains consist of: the Priory church (Nprn300439), now the parish church; Priory Farmhouse (Nprn30096), a late medieval fortified 1st floor hall or tower; Monkton Old Hall, possibly a guesthouse and gatehouse (Nprn22328); the remains of medieval priory buildings incorporated into later farm outbuildings (Nprn22624); a dovecote, possibly converted from a windmill (Nprn22623), c.400m to the NW, possibly in the area of a medieval park; a wellhouse or conduit house (Nprn305274), c.600m to the SW. There is also a medieval churchyard cross (Dat Prn3276).
(source Os495card; SM90SE15)
J.wiles 10.05.02

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