Jervaulx sentence example

jervaulx
  • upstream from that point, but is generally taken to embrace the whole valley from its source to a point near Jervaulx abbey, a distance of nearly 40 m., below which the valley widens out upon the plain.
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  • Jervaulx Abbey was founded in 1156 by Cistercians from Byland, who had previously settled near Askrigg.
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  • depopulated land to make room for their abbey at Jervaulx in North Yorkshire in the 12th century.
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