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Priory of the Sack Friars, Trumpington Street

History of the Priory of the Sack Friars

The Friars of the Sack seems to have been proteges of Barnwell Priory who were given a stone house with their own chapel in Trumpington Street. They were only there for about 50 years.

Land given to Friars of the Sack as reconstructed by C Hall

A detailed history of the Friars of the Sack in Cambridge can be found on BHO.


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