1 edition of Extracts relating to the hospital of St. Wulstan, commonly called the Commandery, Worcester. found in the catalog.
Extracts relating to the hospital of St. Wulstan, commonly called the Commandery, Worcester.
Cover title- Ye antient commandery, Worcester.
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Full text of "The First Seventy Years: Worcester College for the Blind, " See other formats. Full text of "Original charters relating to the city of Worcester: in possession of the dean and chapter and by them preserved in the cathedral library" See other formats.
Worcester was also a centre of religious life. The several monasteries up to the dissolution included Greyfriars, Blackfriars, the Penitent Sisters, and the Benedictine Priory, now Worcester Cathedral.
Monastic houses provided hospital and educational services, including Worcester Wulstan's Hospital was founded aboutbut dissolved with the monasteries in Constituent country: England. Full text of "Reports and papers of the architectural and archaeological societies of the counties of Lincoln and Northampton" See other formats.
Worcester's early importance is partly due to its position on trade routes, but also because it was a centre of Church learning and wealth, due to the very large possessions of the See and Priory accumulated in the Anglo-Saxon period.
The city Worcester. book sometimes important for strategic military reasons. Worcester became a centre of monastic learning and church power. Oswald of Worcester, appointed Bishop inwas an important reformer alongside the Archbishop of last Anglo-Saxon Bishop of Worcester, St Wulfstan or Wulstan, was a reformer, who remained in office until he died in It also became a focus of tax resistance against the Danish Harthacanute.
Full text of "The register of the diocese of Worcester during the vacancy of the see: usually called "Registrum sede vacante".Edited for the Worcestershire historical society" See other formats. To St. Oswald (Bishop of Worcester, died ) is attributed the foundation of the hospital called after him; but the earliest documentary reference to it is by Gervase of Canterbury (circa ).
Wulstan (died ) p provided the wayfarers’ hostel at Worcester which continued to bear his name. Wulstan, last of the Saxon founders.
One within the churchyard of St. Paul's, another within the collegiate church of St. Martin, the third in Bow church, the fourth in the church of St. Dunstan in the East, the fifth in our hospital of St. Anthony within our said city; the which they have openly declared sufficient, as by their letters patent thereupon made it appeareth more at.
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Chapel of the Blessed Virgin, commonly called St. Mary the Great, and very often St. Walter's chapel, from Walter de Suffield, alias Calthorp, its original founder, whose tomb is marked with figure (1). The life of this good and religious prelate may be found in Pt. Full text of "A descriptive catalogue of ancient deeds in the Public Record Office: prepared under the superintendence of the deputy keeper of the records" See other formats.
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