The Last Monks of Worcester Cathedral Priory

@article{Thornton2018TheLM,
  title={The Last Monks of Worcester Cathedral Priory},
  author={David E. Thornton},
  journal={Midland History},
  year={2018},
  volume={43},
  pages={21 - 3}
}
Abstract This paper traces the history of the Benedictine community of St Mary’s Cathedral Priory, Worcester, from 1534 until its surrender in 1540, with the aim of determining the number and identity of the monks of Worcester at the time of the dissolution. No deed of surrender survives for the priory that would record the names of the monks, and it is argued here that previous studies have underestimated the size of the conventual community during its final days. Using pension lists as well… Expand
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