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Old Almshouses

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

A document of 21 Charles I places a piece of land to the west end of the Old Almshouses. Abutting on the N side of the highway at the E end 14 feet wide. Crispe Almshouses (3795) were built 1612-19 so this document may refer to the almshouses twhich predated the existing structures. {1}

Nunnery Cottage

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

[NU 03720459] Nunnery Cottage. (1) On the brow of the hill to the west of the castle, is the so-called nunnery, an almshouse founded, it is said, by Dame Mary Charlton, mentioned in 1677, for four widows of her own faith. The building is now the property of Thropton Roman Catholic Chapel....

KEPIER ALMSHOUSES

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Almshouses built between 1668 and 1675.

The Alms Houses Great Badminton

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Row of 7 almshouses, now 4 almshouses and a disused school. Circa 1707-09.see Images of England

Almshouse Stoke Gifford

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There is ample evidence in this book (Account Book of Post Law Relief 1657-1720)that there was an almshouse for poor elderly folk, maintained by the church wardens. The quarterly rent was 5/- and was payable to Richard Berkeley. {1}

GODS HOUSE

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Also known as Wynards Hospital, now Magdalen Almshouses, founded in 1436 for 12 poor men with a chaplain and a chapel of the Holy Trinity. It was not suppressed and was restored in 1863.

FITZWILLIAMS COTTAGE

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Almshouse probably built in 1602 when the charity was founded.

NINE HOUSES

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A row of six almshouses, built circa 1650, known as the Nine Houses - though only six remain today. They are constructed from stone-dressed brick, brick-nogged and plaster-panelled small framing, brick to the rear and grey slate roofs with six jettied front gables. In the 1960s the almshou...

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

A multi-period site with evidence for a Neolithic unenclosed settlement, Early Medieval to Medieval buildings and a 17th century almshouse (demolished in1950). A Bronze Age barbed and tanged arrowhead was also found.

Hay, Church St 16 `Harleys Almshouses

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Listed Building