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2 edition of ancient Hospital of St. Katharine found in the catalog.

ancient Hospital of St. Katharine

Severne Andrew Ashhurst Majendie

ancient Hospital of St. Katharine

someaccount of it

by Severne Andrew Ashhurst Majendie

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Published by A. R. Mowbray in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Royal Hospital and Collegiate Church of St. Katharine by the Tower of London.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby the Rev. Severne Majendie.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA687.R85
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2, 35 p., 1 leaf of plates :
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19529568M
    LC Control Number25009350

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May 2, - The ancient Royal Hospital of St Katharine, from to Sketch by Jane Young, commissioned for the book.

St Katharine's by the Tower (full name Royal Hospital and Collegiate Church of St. Katharine by the Tower) was a medieval church and hospital next to the Tower of establishment was founded in and the buildings demolished in to build St Katharine Docks, which takes its name from was re-established elsewhere in London and years later returned.

My book, The Story Of St Katharine’s, refers to the work of the ancient Hospital and Church, its closure and destruction in and refers to a substantial number of the relics now being used in the chapel at RFSK at Butcher’s Row, Limehouse.

I would be pleased to send pics if you would like- my email is [email protected] Toward the end of Elizabeth’s reign, in John Stow made a survey of London and noted, “St. Katharine’s by the Tower of London, and Hospital, with a Master, Brethren and Sisters, and almswomen, founded by Matilde, wife to King Stephen; not suppressed, but in force as before,” and added that St.

Katharine’s was “of late time. THE HOSPITAL OF ST. KATHARINE BY THE TOWER. The hospital of St. Katharine by the Tower was founded about by Matilda the wife of King Stephen for a master, brethren, sisters, and thirteen poor persons on land in the parish of St.

Botolph without Aldgate, bought for that purpose from the priory of Holy Trinity, Aldgate. The queen gave to the hospital for its. 7 Translated in C Jamison, The History of the Royal Hospital of St Katharine by the Tower of London (Oxford, ), p.

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Canary Wharf is a mile away, and Tower Hill is within a minute walk. Please note that due to the peaceful environment of the hotel, TVs are not available in the rooms/10(K). The Church of St. James had been built in only thirteen years after the demolition of the ancient church of St.

Katharine -by-the Tower St. Katharine's Dock was closed incommercially it had only been modestly successful,it had never produced the large profits that been the reason for its building. The Story of St Katharine's tells the fascinating story of 23 acres of land by the River Thames with a trading history that began in the 10th century.

Queen Matilda inaugurated the ancient hospital of St Katharine in the 11th century Pages: St Katharine’s Docks opened in and consisted of the East and West Docks, a basin, and a lock canal which connects with the river.

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My point was simply that we gather at 11 a.m. on November 25th (St Katharine’s Saints Day) each year and have a short remembrance ceremony.

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Born in to Francis and Emma Drexel, Katharine grew up in a happy, devout, and wealthy Catholic family in Philadelphia. When St. Katharine’s Docks were made, inSt. Katharine’s Church, the ruins of the hospital (dating from ), two churchyards of considerable size, and the whole parish,—inns, streets, houses and all, were totally annihilated.

St Katharine's Hospital was well paid by the Dock Company for the loss of its site - £, for the Precinct as well as £ for the purchase of the new site at the northeast corner of Regent's Park, and £30, for the new buildings.

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