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Marrick Priory (Benedictine)

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Date: 1100-1600
  • Marrick, Yorkshire
Functions, occupations and activities: Religious Institutions (Pre-Reformation) > Nuns
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/C75786 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/O66461 )
Number Description Held by Reference Further information
12th-16th cent: deeds (121), incl foundation charter (1154x8), accounts of bursar, sacrist and granger (1415-16), rentals (4,?1416-1511) schedule of documents rel to priory (c1630)
Hull History Centre (Hull University Archives)
NRA 7606 Stapleton
c1252: articles for observance of nuns, prescribed after a visitation in 1252
British Library, Manuscript Collections
16th cent: rental (1535), MS account of Aske family and prioresses of Marrick (16th cent)
Leeds University Library, Special Collections
1535: rental made by prioress
Manchester University: University of Manchester Library
1539-40: extracts from rental (original untraced, 1539/40), deed of surrender and pension list (15 September 1539)
The National Archives
1545: letters patent granting site to John Uvedale Esq
York Minster Archives
NRA 26560