short historical and architectural account of Lanercost, an abbey of Black Canons

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Bell & Daldy , London
Lanercost Priory (Gilsland, England)., Cumberland (England) -- His
Statementby Ferguson and Charles J. Ferguson.
ContributionsFerguson, Charles J.
The Physical Object
Pagination56p. :
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Open LibraryOL18716620M

Lanercost Priory was founded by Robert de Vaux between andthe most likely date beingto house Augustinian priory is situated at the village of Lanercost, Cumbria, England, within sight of Naworth Castle, with which it had close connections. It is now open to the public and in the guardianship of English HeritageOrder: Augustinian.

A short historical and architectural account of Lanercost, an abbey of Black Canons by Richard Saul Ferguson. First published in 1 edition. Not in Library Accessible book, History, Biography, Carlisle Cathedral, Church history, Church of England.

Details. Lanercost Priory is located in the valley of the River Irthing km north east of Brampton and includes the upstanding and buried remains of parts of a priory founded by the Augustinian order, together with upstanding and buried remains of the priory.

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Close to the line on the right is the village of Bradwell, where was formerly a priory of Black Canons, founded in the reign of Stephen, and of which the abbey, transformed into a farm house, may still be Author: James Drake.

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