|Manor House and Church at Brinkburn Priory|
William Bertram, second baron of Mitford, granted land in Northumberland, England, to Osbert Colutarius in the reign of Henry I (1100-1135), to build a monastery. Osbert built Brinkburn Priory then populated it with a priest and brothers from St Mary's Monastery on the Isle. It was originally dedicated to St Peter but from the reign of Henry II, it was sometimes referred to as the Prior and Convent of St Peter and St Paul of Brinkburn.
Parts of the monastic buildings of the Augustinian priory are incorporated into the elegant manor house.
- ↑ William Page, ed, "The Chartulary of Brinkburn Priory", The Publications of the Surtees Society, XC:ix-x, (Durham: Andrews & Co, 1893), Digital Image Internet Archive (https://archive.org/stream/chartularyofbrin00brinrich#page/n11/mode/2up : accessed 15 November 2017).
- ↑ English Heritage, http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/daysout/properties/brinkburn-priory/ accessed 13 November 2017.
- The Chartulary of Brinkburn Priory, Digital Images Documents of Early England Data Set (DEEDS), University of Toronto Libraries, 2013, https://deeds.library.utoronto.ca/cartularies/0107.
- Mogridge, G. (1841). Thoughts for the thoughtful, by old Humphrey. (pp.189). London: The Religious Tract Society. Google Books.
- Storer, J.A. (1818). The Antiquarian and Topographical Cabinet: Containing a Series of Elegant Views of the most Interesting Objects of Curiosity in Great Britain. (Vol. IV). London. Digital Image HathiTrust Digital Library https://hdl.handle.net/2027/mdp.39015033362438?urlappend=%3Bseq=102.
- Wikipedia: Brinkburn Priory
|From Storer's The Antiquarian and Topographical Cabinet|
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