[Charities.] The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.59

[Charities.] The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

IV.
Some Account of the Charitable DONATIONS to the Worshipful Company of FISHMONGERS, London.

 


Schools, Hospitals, Almeshouses,
Fellowships, &c.
By whom founded.
SCHOOLS.
A Free Grammar School at
Holt-Market in Norfolk
Sir John Gresham, Knight
HOSPITALS.
Jesus Hospital in Bray in the
County of Berks, for forty Almsfolks
Will. Goddard, Esq;
St. Peter's Hospital near Newington
in the County of Surrey, for
twenty two Almesfolks
Company of Fishmongers.
ALMESHOUSES.
Twelve Almeshouses at
Harrietsham in the County of Kent
Mr. Mark Quested
FELLOWSHIP.
A Fellowship in Sidney Sussex
College in Cambridge
Mr. Leonard Smith
SCHOLARSHIP.
A Scholarship in the same CollegeWilliam Bennet, his Executor
And called by the Names of Smith's
Fellowhip, and Smith's Scholarship
 


Principal BENEFACTORS.

 

Henry Preston
Thomas Weston
Henry Jorden
Richard Knight
Sir Thomas Kneesworth
John Heron, Esq;
Lettice Smith
William Coppinger
John Awood
Robert Carter
Alderman Harding
Henry Gardner
Thomas Jenings
Thomas Ware
Richard Edmonds
Peter Blundel
John Leman
John Harper, Senior
Sir John Gayer
Sir Thomas Hunt
Robert Gayer
Sir John Allot
Lady Anne Allot
Alderman Bacon
Bishop Barlow
John Fletcher
Alderman Heydon
Joan Hacker
John Halsey
Cicely Long
Alderman Turke
Owen Waller
Laurence Williams
Randolph Baskervile, Esq;
John Larking
Jeremy Copping
John Owen, Esq;

The Sum of Money yearly disbursed in Charities by this Company, amounteth to 800l. or thereabouts.


Drawn up by Mr. Tanner, Clerk of the Company.

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