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Graves belonging to the Knights Templar found in Staffordshire


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The word "Templar" starts with the letter "T", and there is a "T" in Staffordshire.  Coincidence?????

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Nice. The article questions why there were as many as eight Templar graves in one location, which the most likely explanation is that it was the site of one of their preceptories and they died there. Or they may have all belonged to the same family, Staffordshire being their home. It wasn’t uncommon for joining the Templar order to be a family tradition.

Besides the Holy Land, the Knights Templar had many land holdings  throughout Europe,  including vast estates in areas of France, Portugal, Spain and England.

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