Bromfield Priory was a priory in Shropshire, England, located at Bromfield near Ludlow. It was a college of secular canons, founded before 1061. The Domesday Book of 1086 records an unusual amount of detail of the priory and its history. The priory held 20 hides of land in 1066 and 10 hides by 1086, including land at Halford, , Ashford Bowdler, , Burway, and , as well as the hamlets of , and . In 1086 there were 12 canons. St Giles in Ludford was a chapel of the priory. The priory church survives as Bromfield's parish church.
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