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Micklegate Priory

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Tower of Micklegate Priory, now part of Holy Trinity church in York
Tower of Micklegate Priory, now part of Holy Trinity church in York

Micklegate Priory, York was a Benedictine monastery founded in 1089 by Ralph Paynel, and dedicated to the Holy Trinity. It fronted on Micklegate, in the city of York, England, and the site had previously been used for Christ Church, a house of secular canons.[1][2]

The site is now that of Holy Trinity Church, Micklegate, York.

Holbeck Manor, south of Leeds, belonged to the priory, and after the Dissolution of the Monasteries passed to the Darcy and Ingram families.[3]


  1. ^ Roy Midmer (1979). English Mediaeval Monasteries 1066–1540. Book Club Associates/Heinemann. p. 343.
  2. ^ "Ecclesiastical Buildings". An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in City of York, Volume 3: South West. Institute of Historical Research. 1972. Retrieved 19 December 2013.
  3. ^ Lewis, Samuel (1848), "Holbeck", A Topographical Dictionary of England, British History Online, pp. 524–527, retrieved 24 September 2010
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