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Almshouses, Birdingbury Road, Leamington Hastings
1 The Almshouses are built of coursed square limestone with very thin alternate courses and red sandstone dressings except two which are white. They are in two parts; the ...
Almshouses, houses which were built to house poor people during the Post Medieval period. They are situated in Birdingbury Road, Leamington Hastings. The almshouses were largely restored during the 1980s.
Almshouses, The Green, Stoneleigh
1 The Almshouses were founded by Lady Alice Leigh for ten people – all unmarried and nominated by her or her heirs forever. 2 The building is dated 1594 and is ...
Almeshouses, houses that were built during the Post Medieval period for poor people to live in. They are situated at The Green, Stoneleigh.
Site of Almshouses, Church Street, Rugby
1 Lawrence Sheriffe in 1567 made provision for 4 distinct lodgings for 4 poor men. On his death in the same year, the trustees… appointed four almsmen and placed ...
The site of almshouses, houses built for poor people to live in, dating to the Post Medieval and Imperial periods. Several of the almshouses were converted from a building that was the original Rugby School. The almshouses were located in Church Street, Rugby.
Butlins Almshouses, Stephen Street, Rugby
1 An inscription above the centre door of this group of six almshouses reads…”the six almshouses erected in Bridget Street in 1860 by Catharine Butlin were replaced in 1905 by ...
The site of Butlins Almshouses, houses built during the Imperial period for poor people to live in. These almshouses were subsequently knocked down and replaced by new houses in 1905. They are situated in Stephen Street, Rugby.
The Almshouses, Church Street, Stratford upon Avon
1 The almshouses…were probably built about 1427 but altered and perhaps enlarged in the 16th century and later. 2 OS reports still in use in 1968. 3 Still in use in 1984 ...
Almshouses built in the Medieval period to provide shelter for the poor people of the parish. They were enlarged in the 16th century, and continue to offer housing in the 21st century. They are situated in Church Street, Stratford upon Avon.
Elborough Almshouses, St.John Street, Rugby
1 The original almshouses were in High Street but were pulled down to make way for the Town Hall (WA 3625). 2 The present ones were built in 1885 and consist ...
Elborough Almshouses, houses built for poor people to live in during the Imperial period. They are situated on St. John Street, Rugby. Earlier spelling Elborow(e)
Almshouses, 1-5 Mancetter Road
1 Dating to 1822 a single story range in whitened brick with cambered and latticed 3-light casements and ledged doors. Unusual cast iron verandah, carried on slim gothic shafts ...
Several almshouses that were built during the Imperial period to provide housing for the poor. They are located on Mancetter Road, Mancetter.
Gramer's Almshouses, 6-8 Mancetter Road, Mancetter
1 Almshouses; originally 6 but now 3 houses. Dated 1728. Founded by James Gramer. Some mid/late 20th century alterations. Whitewashed brick with wood dentil cornice. ...
Gramer's Almshouses, houses built for poor people to live in. They were built during the Post Medieval period, and are situated on Mancetter Road, Mancetter.
1 Almshouses are thought to have been built on the site in the mid 17th century. By 1788 the almshouses formed part of Thomas Puckerings Charity and lay within ...
Almshouses at Saltisford, formed in 17th century destroyed in late 1960's. Site lies just west of the old St Michael's Chapel and 25 meters southwest of the old leper hospital.
Almshouses, Rugby Road, Dunchurch
1 Thomas Newcomb the younger, gave by his last Will, dated March 2nd 1690, 600 pounds for the building of an almshouse, and the maintenance of six poor men or ...
A row of almshouses, houses that were built for poor people to live during the Post Medieval period. They are situated on Rugby Road, Dunchurch.
Site of Puckering Almshouses, Brook St, Warwick
1 These houses, Nos 9-15 Brook Street, were built in 1634 at the bequest of Thomas Puckering so that tradesmen could take in poor youths as apprentices, at a nominal ...
The site of Puckering Almshouses, built in the Post Medieval period to provide cheap accommodation for apprentices. They were demolished in 1950. They were located in Brook Street, Warwick.
Oken's and Gifflet's Almshouses, Warwick
1 This group of buildings consists of Nos 1-2, 3-6, 7-10 Castle Hill, two storey almshouses dated 1696. Nos 1-5 are of 17th century brick with a continuous stone ...
Oken's and Gifflet's Almshouses, built in the Post Medieval period to provide housing for the poor. There have been some alterations to the buildings which are situated in Castle Hill, Warwick.
Probable former Almshouses at 1-6 Market Place, Kineton
1 Probably originally Almshouses. The buildings are two storey, built in local white lias stone with brown Horton quoins and dressings. The rear wings are timber framed with ...
Range of 17th century cottages found along the north side of the Market Place.
Upper St Mary's Almshouses
1 Almshouses developed in late 18th century with their own water pump (MWA2165). Became part of a joint almshouses charity known as St Marys Almshouses charity in 1956. None of the ...
18th century almshouses located where Albert Street meets Saltisford, to the west of Saltisford Evangelical Church.
Site of Charity Cottages, Pinley Green
1 John and Catherine Bird in their lifetime gave £50 on the understanding that on Catherin’es death, land should be purchased with the sum. In 1669, a house, garden, orchard ...
A cottage, subsequently subdivided, and associated land was purchased with a bequest from the Birds for the poor of Rowington, in 1669. The cottage was condemned and demolished in the 1960s.
Almshouses, Station Road, Church End, Shustoke
1 A row of three small, stone built Almshouses, of one storey with attics, with gabled dormers in the tiled roof. They have square headed doorways with oak frames, ...
Three stone-built almshouses which were constructed during the Post Medieval period for poor people to live in. They are situated in Station Road, Church End.
Site of Old Almshouses/Hospital
1 The car park for the present Health Centre is on the site of the Bedworth Central School (formerly the Top School). This school was built over the old ...
The site of Post Medieval almshouses, houses built for poor people to live in. The almshouses have also been referred to as a hospital. They were situated to the south of All Saints Church, Bedworth.
New Almshouses, Bedworth
1 In 1840 the construction of the ‘new’ almshouses in Bedworth were completed on the site where they still stand.
New Almshouses, houses which were built during the Imperial period for poor people to live in. The almshouses are situated 100m north of All Saints Church, Bedworth.
Site of Almshouses
1 Almshouses marked on OS map.
The site of almshouses that were built during the Imperial period. They are marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886. They are situated 450m south west of Coughton Court.
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