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Henry Spurstowe

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Henry Spurstowe

A London merchant and alderman.  Brother and heir to William. Made provison for the support and maintenance of the 'poor widows' for whom William had provided the almshouse. We'd guess that Henry died in or shortly before 1689, the year his son, also Henry, erected the plaque.

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Henry Spurstowe

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Spurstowe Almshouses

From the dates, this plaque was erected first in 1689 on the original 1666 al...

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