Building    From 1250  To 1540

Hospital of St Anthony

Building

Henry III granted this site to the brotherhood of St. Anthony of Vienna to set up a hospital, which over time consisted of almshouses for the poor, a church and a school. After the dissolution of the monasteries this was despoiled, given away (for use as a French church) or left to decay. the dates given are approximate.

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Hospital of St Anthony

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Hospital of St Anthony & French Protestant Church

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