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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries The white friars of Northallerton

    church ( 1372 ?). 8 His son, Ralph de Nevill, first Earl of Westmorland , left the friars of ' Alverton ' in 1424 £40 'to repair and build the kitchen and other houses.' 9 Among other bequests may be

    Houses of Benedictine nuns Priory of St Stephen , Foukeholm

    the time of King John , 1 when Maud , widow of William , brought an action against Robert de Alverton and the prioress of St. Stephen's, about her dower in a toft of land at Thirsk . It is

    RELIGIOUS HOUSES Introduction

    but in neither case does the design seem to have been carried out. In the same way Master William de Alverton 's proposed foundation of Austin Friars at Northallerton in 1340 , 4 and the house of Minoresses which Sir

    Friaries Black friars of Beverley

    alms several times between 1299 and 1304 , through friars Richard of St. Nicholas, Walter of Grimsby , Thomas of Alverton , and Luke of Woodford , his confessor. From the sums given it appears the brethren numbered thirty-two or

    Hospitals Bagby - Brompton Bridge

    , granted to the hospital of St. Leonard land in Bagby , 2 as did Emma daughter of Gikel de Alverton . The site of the hospital can yet be traced in a field west of the. village. A farm-house,

    Hospitals Lowcross - Pontefract

    . (Surt. Soc.), i, 123. In 1545 J. Cape of Welbury left ' to xiij widows of the Masyndewe of Alverton xiij d .';' York Reg . of Wills, xiii, fol. 60 b . Pat. 19 Edw. II , m.

    The city of Durham Jurisdictions

    to a lease for three years of the borough to Sir Thomas Gray , the bishop's steward, and John of Alverton , but it was not until 1387 that we obtain definite information as to the terms of the lease.

    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of St Cuthbert , Durham (later Durham cathedral)

    the Tyne , a fishery which Nicholas Grenville gave to St. Cuthbert. Across the Tees the churches of Northallerton [ Alverton ] and 'Materebrunton'; the chapel of Dicton and other chapels; and the churches of 'Werkeshale' and 'Siggeston.' In York

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