Tupholme Abbey :: Shared Description

The Premonstratensian Abbey at Tupholme was founded by Gilbert and Alan de Neville between 1155 and 1165. It was never a prosperous house and was suppressed in the first wave of dissolutions in 1536, passing to the Heneage family of Hainton. It passed through the Heneage, Willoughby and Vyner families until about 1700 when the Vyners demolished all but the surviving wall as an eyecatcher in the Parkland to Tupholme Hall. The ruins became a farmstead in the 18th & 19th centuries before dereliction in the 1970s. It is now in the care of The Heritage Trust for Lincolnshire as a grade I listed building and Scheduled Ancient Monument
by Richard Croft
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TF1468 : Tupholme Abbey earthworks by Richard Croft
TF1468 : Tupholme Abbey ruins by Richard Croft
TF1468 : Tupholme Abbey ruins by Richard Croft
TF1468 : Tupholme Abbey by Richard Croft
TF1468 : Tupholme Abbey ruins by Richard Croft
TF1468 : Tupholme Abbey ruins by Richard Croft
TF1468 : Readers Pulpit by Richard Croft
TF1468 : Fingerpost by Richard Croft
TF1468 : Tupholme sheep by Richard Croft
TF1468 : Tupholme Abbey by Richard Croft
TF1468 : Tupholme Abbey ruins by Richard Croft
TF1468 : Remains of Tupholme Abbey by Julian P Guffogg
TF1468 : Detail of Tupholme Abbey ruin by Julian P Guffogg
TF1468 : Tupholme Abbey by Richard Croft
TF1468 : Tupholme Abbey by Richard Croft
TF1468 : Tupholme Abbey by Richard Croft
TF1468 : Ruined farmhouse by Richard Croft
TF1468 : Tupholme sheep by Richard Croft
TF1468 : Tupholme Abbey ruins by Richard Croft


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Created: Sun, 11 Jan 2015, Updated: Sun, 11 Jan 2015

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