Event detail for site: Llanll?r
c. 1291: Wealth
The house was estimated to have sixty sheep, 1200 acres and £7 10s 0d from temporalities but no spiritualities.
Cowley, F. G., The Monastic Order in South Wales 1066-1349 (Cardiff, 1977) pp. 96, 82, 88
Williams, David H., 'Cistercian Nunneries in Medieval Wales', Cîteaux: commentarii cistercienses, 26 (1975) p. 166
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Other events in the history of this site
pre 1197: Foundation - The house was founded before 1197 by the Lord Rhys and was under the auspices of Strata Florida. [1 sources]
1284: Compensation - The nuns were awarded 40 marks as compensation for damages incurred during the Edwardian Conquest. [5 sources]
c.1291: Wealth - The house was estimated to have sixty sheep, 1200 acres and £7 10s 0d from temporalities but no spiritualities. [3 sources]
1299: Litigation - Queen Margaret (Edward I's wife) acquitted the abbess of a fine for illegally felling an oak. [2 sources]
c.1535: Wealth - According to the Valor Ecclesiasticus the net income of Llanllŷr was £57 5s 4d. [3 sources][1 archives]
1536: Survey - The site was surveyed on 29th September, in preparation for the suppression of the house. [1 sources]
1537: Dissolution - The house was formally suppressed on 26 February 1537, under the 1536 Act of Suppression. [4 sources]
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