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    founded in 1132 by Henry de Blois Bishop of Winchester It was for 13 poor men to live in 100 other poor people were given dinner daily By 1185 this had increased to 200 In the mid 13th century the hospital fell into decay In 1368 it was found that no men were being maintained or given meals The buildings were repaired and by degrees the hospital recovered The Almshouse

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    surviving building of the medieval Maison Dieu founded in 1230 which was similar to a small monastery It acted as a hospital for the overnight lodging of pilgrims travelling to Canterbury It is a building with a 13th century base and early 16th century timber framed first floor which is jettied It is thought to have originally been a priest s house It was at one time a shop and

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    of England PastScape NMR ViewFinder St Mary Magdalenes Church Cambridge Cambridgeshire click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites Formerly the chapel of the Leper Hospital at Stourbridge the church is one of the most important Norman buildings of the county consisting of a flint rubble nave and straight end chancel with a 15th century roof Copyright Reproduced by permission of

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    My Favourites This well is said to date from the 14th century or earlier and to be the only remaining structure of a medieval lepers hospital People who had leprosy were forced to live apart from the rest of society in the Middle Ages Leprosy was regarded as highly contagious and the result of a curse or a punishment for sinful behaviour In 1873 Dr Armauer Hansen of Norway found

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    the central green of building numbers 5 to 10 Etwall Hospital or Sir John Port s Almshouses were founded in the 1550s following the Dissolution of the monasteries They were rebuilt sometime between 1676 and 1690 There are 16 cottages in all 12 of which are built round three sides of a courtyard A plaque explains that This hospitall through length of time falling into decay was rebuilt the sallarys

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    to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites A view of Chelsea Hospital from the east with an obelisk in the foreground The hospital was founded in response to a growing need for the recognition and care of poor sick and disabled soldiers The obelisk was errected in 1853 in memory of the men who died at Chilianwalla in 1849 The hospital was built between

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    great project of Queen Mary II She started it soon after becoming Queen in 1689 It was designed by Sir Christopher Wren who offered to design the hospital without charge as it was for a good cause It was built between 1696 and 1712 The founding charter stated the Hospital s purpose as the reliefe and support of Seamen serving on board the Ships and Vessells belonging to the Navy

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    Bethel Street Norwich Norfolk click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This building was originally a lunatic asylum It was built in 1713 and extended in 1899 An inscription on the re positioned foundation stone reads This house was built for benefit of distrest Lunaticks An Dom 1713 Foundress was Mary Chapman who lived there until her death in 1724

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