1135 Coat of Arms is granted to Dunstable Priory by Henry I.
Around this period, construction of the Roman road, now known as Watling Street, would have taken place.
The signature of Bernard, Dunstable's first Prior, appears this year on a document at Aldgate monastery, which looked upon Dunstable as its daughter foundation.
1130 A payment of one penny a day is authorised for a steward to look after the house (royal residence) when the King is not here.
1123 King Henry I and his court spend Christmas at Kingsbury, Dunstable.
1125 Work has started by this date on building the Augustinian Priory at Dunstable.
The Priory is given half the parish of Pattishall in Northamptonshire. 1221 The Priory publishes The Customal, a set of rules stating how the market should operate.