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CHAPEL OF OUR LADY

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

A bridge chapel built in 1483 from deeply-coursed sandstone ashlar. It is a small gable-entry building set on the north side of Rotherham Bridge comprising a single-storey with an undercroft. The building was used as an almshouse before serving as a town jail in 1779. It was then used as a...

THE OLD ALMSHOUSE

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

Previously almshouses, now a house. Possibly 15th century with late 16th century additions. Restored early 1960s.

TATTERSHALL CASTLE ALMSHOUSES

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

Originally ten almshouses founded in 1439-40 by Ralph Cromwell. They were remodelled in the 17th century, altered in the 19th and 20th century and are now five houses. They are of brick with ashlar and pantile roofs.

WOLMER HOUSE

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

House now divided into four cottages, these originally comprised a single cruck constructed, five bay building of the 15th century. Its original function is uncertain though chantry priests cells or almshouses are possibilities.

THE GUILDHOUSE

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

A building of 15th century origin, remodelled circa early 16th century and restored in 1919. Listed.

QUEEN ELIZABETHS HOUSE

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

A two-bay, two-storey, timber-framed house with a plain gable roof. Almost square in plan with a full length, two-storied gallery on the western side. Built circa 1500 to 1550 as part of an almshouse and physically moved circa 1890 to avoid demolition. It is reputed that Queen Elizabeth vi...

SPITAL ALMSHOUSE AND CHAPEL

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

The hospital Spittal in the Street, built in 1396 for a warden and poor persons, was connected with the chantry chapel of St. Edmund, founded in 1343. The chantry was already known as the chapel of St. Edmund, Spittal of the Street, although there is apparently no documentary evidence of a...

GREENSAND COTTAGE

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

Former almshouses , endowed by the Lord of the Manor in 1499, rebuilt in 1831

SPITAL ALMSHOUSE AND CHAPEL

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

The hospital Spittal in the Street, built in 1396 for a warden and poor persons, was connected with the chantry chapel of St. Edmund, founded in 1343. The chantry was already known as the chapel of St. Edmund, Spittal of the Street, although there is apparently no documentary evidence of a...

QUEEN ELIZABETHS HOUSE

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

A two-bay, two-storey, timber-framed house with a plain gable roof. Almost square in plan with a full length, two-storied gallery on the western side. Built circa 1500 to 1550 as part of an almshouse and physically moved circa 1890 to avoid demolition. It is reputed that Queen Elizabeth vi...