The Cartulary of Binham Priory

Binham priory was founded soon after 1100 by Peter de Vagognes and his wife Albreda. The Binham cartulary consists of a collection of documents relating to the priory’s possessions from its foundation c. 1104 until the middle of the fourteenth century. As such it is an important source for the early history of the parishes (mainly situated in North Norfolk) in which the priory held property interests.

Available to Purchase

Series: Norfolk Record Society

Volume Number: LXXX

Year of Publication: 2016

Edited By: Johanna Luise Margerum

Cover: Hardcover

Language: English

ISBN-13: 9780955635793


Subjects:

  • Binham Priory (Norfolk, England) — Records and correspondence.
  • Binham Priory (Binham, England).
  • Priories — England — Norfolk — History — Sources.
  • Land grants — England — Norfolk.
  • Church records and registers — England — Norfolk.
  • Cartularies.
  • Norfolk (England) — History — Sources.
  • Church records and registers.
  • Land grants.
  • Priories.
  • England — Norfolk.