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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Sturbridge

    Hospitals Sturbridge 30. STURBRIDGE HOSPITAL From the architectural features of the 'Leper Chapel' still standing at Barnwell it is probable that the Hospital of St. Mary Magdalene of Sturbridge for lepers was founded in the first half of the 12th

    Hospitals St Anthony & St Eloy , Cambridge

    for a leper house, except in the west country, but for a long time no lepers had been housed at Sturbridge and the foreign trading connexions of Cambridge may have made such a house desirable. Very little is known of

    The city of Cambridge Medieval chapels

    MEDIEVAL CHAPELS ST. MARY MAGDALENE CHAPEL , Sturbridge , dates from the early 12th century. 20 In 1279 it was stated that the advowson belonged of right to the burgesses, but had been usurped by Bishop Hugh ( 1229-54 ).

    The city of Cambridge Town and gown

    of the market in Sturbridge Fair . 85 Though town and gown could co-operate against the pewterers of London , and the townsmen supported the University in dealing with the brewers of Cambridge , 86 Sturbridge Fair , in which

    Religious houses Introduction

    in the 15th century came to nothing. The hospitals in this county were few and insignificant. The leper hospital of Sturbridge , or Barnwell , owes any importance it possesses to its connexion with the great Fair and to the

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WARWICK, John III, of Cambridge.

    that in 1411 he became involved on behalf of the borough in a dispute over its rights of stallage at Sturbridge fair, these being opposed by the warden of a chapel there, but judgement was given in the Exchequer against

    FANNE, John (by 1510-51), of Cambridge.

    to found an almshouse in Cambridge for four poor people, 40s. a year from the income of his shop in Sturbridge fair for dikeing the common (presumably marsh) land around Cambridge, and £10 ‘to certain learned men to make certain

    LINE, John (by 1519-58), of Cambridge.

    left to one son his land and houses and £500, and to the other all his shops and booths at Sturbridge fair and £100, directing Richard Brakyn and John Rust to see them brought up ‘in learning at the inns

    TREW, Simon (by 1515-52), of Cambridge.

    times during the previous years, mainly about the townsmen’s refusal to allow the university authorities to exercise their rights at Sturbridge fair. Trew evidently aggravated the situation and further letters from Cromwell were followed by a royal letter of 29

    ANDREW, alias SPICER, Richard (d.1460/1), of Cambridge.

    offering prayers for Andrew and his family as a token of gratitude. The trustees were to have three booths at Sturbridge fair and a house in St. Andrew’s parish belonging to the benefactor, and to devote the profits to the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ot the bill the items of the Spithead forts-namely, the Horse Sand Fort, 25,0001,; No Man's Land, 25,0001. ; and Sturbridge, 25,0001. - 1'fl - -__ ---L-.t. .--A i+.1 ttn Ft cf sid Hle contended that nothing had occurred to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    there had been no Sturbridge, the plan of the forts would never have been imiagined, the Horse and Noman being too far apart. The Sturbridge was essential to the scheme of the triad, but the Sturbridge has proved intractably, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    same bail as before. 18.-The .Daily News says that "It is now definitely announced that the marine fort on the Sturbridge shoal, between Ryde and Gosport, is to be abandoned, because of the impossibility of finding a foundation for it.", Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aigs W. C.,"r Smethwlok.-Writo to the registrar of birth, iav* for the district. w S "J. B."-(l) Stourbridge is pronounced Sturbridge. (2) ws We do not know. An " W. L."-An out-door apprentice cannot be obliged to 'our ~work on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4, Daily Pootl. 5401 VOUT25 (active) Wanted. 16 to 29;. used to farmw~orle, able to ,t plonghanda good milker.-Apply,Bank lFnrtnedmoresa Sturbridge. r_________ ~7'2w 'IOUTH Wanted, as Book--eeper and Help in Maunfactitrers' I Warehouse; occoantante clerk preferred.-Aeltress, 915, Dail Post. __ Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Johannes Hunt, 12/11/1580

    Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Hunt Forename Johannes Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 12/11/1580 Office/Status Schoolmaster Clerical Status Location Sturbridge// OTHER INFORMATION Source WRO, b 716.093-BA.2648/10(i) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Whitgift, John/Worcester 1577- 1583 Comment

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