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HOSPITAL OF ST JOHN THE BAPTIST

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Now St Johns Almshouse. The Mediaeval hospital was founded in 1426. It was apparently refounded in 1546 as an almshouse. The present building is 16th century, restored and altered in 1802.

WINDSOR CASTLE

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The castle was originally constructed as a motte and bailey, by William the Conqueror during the 1070s-80s, as part of a chain of defences designed to protect London. It comprises a motte with a large bailey on either side. Henry I used the castle as a royal residence and it became a palac...

HOSPITAL OF ST MARY

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The Hospital of St Mary, or Maison Dieu, which now forms part of the town hall buildings. Founded early 13th century by Hubert de Burgh and dissolved in 1544. During the 13th century the Maison Dieu Hall was added to the Maison Dieu for the maintenance of the of the poor and infirm. This h...

SEAMENS HOSPITAL

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Hospital founded 1675-6 for distressed sailors and their families, converted to almshouses in the 18th century. The surviving building is of late 17th-early 18th century date, with mid-late 18th century and 1842 alterations. The 1842 alterations are in in Jacobean style and are by (Sir Geo...

HOSPITAL OF ST MARY AND ST CUTHBERT

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A Hospital at Greatham dedicated to the Blessed Virgin and St Cuthbert was founded in 1272. Being a lay foundation, it escaped dissolution in the 16th century. In 1610 it was refounded by James I, and in 1761, the then master of Greatham built almshouses nearby. In 1788 the chapel was demo...

HOSPITAL OF ST BARTHOLOMEW

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Hospital for the poor founded by 1276. It was apparently rebuilt in 1685 and restored in 1811.

HOSPITAL OF ST JOHN THE BAPTIST

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Now Chapel Court. The earliest hospital on the site was a small unendowed establishment founded about the end of the 11th century. It ceased to exist during the 12th century and was superseded by the hospital erected by Bishop Robert between 1136 and 1166. This was known as the Lepers Hosp...

CHAPEL OF THE HOSPITAL OF ST JOHN THE EVANGELIST AND ST ANNE

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Disused chapel, 15th century with 16th century alterations. It was the chapel of the hospital for the poor founded in 1398; refounded in 1597 and dissolved after 1752. Th rest of the hospital buildings were demolished in 1845.

THE GREAT ALMSHOUSES

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Almshouses, also known as Warwicks Almshouses. Founded in 1457 by Henry Bishop on land donated by Richard Neville, earl of Warwick. Restored and altered in 1828.

1-10, 12-22 AND 24 THE ALMSHOUSES

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

Row of 22 Almshouses attached to the Gild Hall. They were built by the Gild of the Holy Cross in 1427-8, much altered in the 16th century and restored in 1892. Restored, extended and modernised in 1982-84 for the Guild of the Holy Trinity. The almshouses are two storeys high with 21 window...