The Ewelme Almshouse Charity was founded in 1437 when William de la Pole, Earl of Suffolk, founded an almshouse in Ewelme.
Deeds and papers relating to Ewelme, Oxfordshire, including papers relating to the Ewelme Almshouse Charity.
Deposited at various dates between 1947 and 1983Access Conditions
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See also Ewelme Hospital Deeds.
Ewelme Almshouse Charity
Ewelme (Oxfordshire, England)
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