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Turner's Charity


Feoffment from John Woolmer the elder, gent., alderman of the borough of Stratford-upon-Avon, and William Walker of the same, gent., formerly a capital burgess of the same, surviving feoffees of a deed of 5 April 1638 (DR535/8), to Thomas Wootton, mayor, Simon Cale, John Woolmer the younger, Thomas Horne, Lawrence Horwood and Thomas Hiccox, aldermen of the borough and William Hiccox and William Hickes, capital burgesses of the same, of the premises described in DR535/8, now in the tenure of Thomas Clements; to hold to the same uses. With counterpart.

Admin History

Charity established by John Turner by deed of 16 October 1601 (DR535/7) to provide bread for the poor inhabitants of Stratford-upon-Avon