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Gresley Priory was a monastery of Augustinian Canons regular in Church Gresley, Derbyshire, England, founded in the 12th century. Following the Dissolution of the Monasteries, the priory church became the village's parish church of St George and St Mary It was the church that gave Church Gresley its name.

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  • Gresley Priory was a monastery of Augustinian Canons regular in Church Gresley, Derbyshire, England, founded in the 12th century. Following the Dissolution of the Monasteries, the priory church became the village's parish church of St George and St Mary It was the church that gave Church Gresley its name.
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  • Gresley Parish Church.
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  • Between 1106 and 1135
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  • William De Gresley
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  • Derbyshire
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  • Later, The Parish Church of Saint George and Saint Mary.
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  • The Prior and Convent of Saint George.
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  • Gresley Priory was a monastery of Augustinian Canons regular in Church Gresley, Derbyshire, England, founded in the 12th century. Following the Dissolution of the Monasteries, the priory church became the village's parish church of St George and St Mary It was the church that gave Church Gresley its name. Excavations undertaken in 1861 reveal the priory's buildings were situated around a cloister to the south of the church; the refectory occupied the south range, and two chapter houses occupied spaces to the east of the cloister. Of the original 12th-century priory buildings, only the foundations of the church and lower section of the tower remain; this is due to large scale rebuilding works done around 1820. The church is Grade II* listed.
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