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Balsall Preceptory in Warwickshire was a manor that was given to the Knights Templars in recognition of their service in the Crusades. The donor, according to a survey of the Templars' possessions in England in 1185, was Roger de Mowbray, son of Nigel d'Aubigny.
- Fletchampstead Hermitage
- Herdwicke Harbury
- Temple Tysoe
- Warwick; and
- John de Coningeston
- Thomas le Chamberlayn
- William de Burton
- William de Warewyk (chaplain)
- Robert de Sautre
- Roger de Dalton; and
- John de Euleye.
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