Posted by: marthabernie | March 29, 2020

St Nicholas Priory in Exeter and the creation of East Cork parishes — Midleton with 1 ‘d’

When the Anglo-Norman invaders Milo de Cogan and Robert FitzStephen invaded the kingdom of Cork in 1177, they immediately began to donate some of the income from their land seizures to a small Benedictine priory in Exeter, in the county of Devon. The Priory of St Nicholas was founded following after William the Conqueror presented […]

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