Extracts relating to the Hospital of S. Wulfstan, commonly called the Commandery, Worcester. by Hospital of St. Wulfstan (Worcester, England)

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Tradition would suggest that the first building on the Commandery site was constructed in the 11th century on the orders of Wulfstan, Bishop of Worcester (later Saint Wulfstan), as a hospital or almshouse (today a hospice) for the terminally ill and the destitute and pilgrims.

Medieval pictures believed to have been made about were found. Denomination. His denomination as Wulfstan II is to indicate that he is the second Bishop Wulfstan of hamptonsbeachouse.com, however, does not prevent confusion, since the first Bishop Wulfstan is also called Wulfstan II to denote that he was the second Archbishop of York called Wulfstan.

To make matters worse, Wulfstan II, Archbishop of York, was the maternal uncle of Wulfstan II, Bishop of hamptonsbeachouse.comzed: 14 Mayby Pope Innocent III. Mar 24,  · Imagine a thousand year old building, with its use and purpose changing with the tides of history.

Worcester’s Commandery, with its millennium of social, political, religious and industrial history, is such a place. The Commandery is situated just outside the old city of Worcester, where once the Sidbury gate once stood. Wulfstan Bishop of Worcester d. 19 January Also known as Wulstan, this saint was born in Warwickshire about He was educated in the Benedictine abbeys of Evesham and Peterborough, but he spent most of his life as a monk and priest in Worcester.

Jun 12,  · A hospital was founded here in the late C11, located at Sidbury Gate, just outside the city precincts, and served travellers as well as its few permanent inmates, who followed the Rule of St Augustine, and known as the Hospital of St Wulstan (sic: Wulfstan is an alternative spelling, normally used, for instance, with reference to the Cathedral).

The feast day of St Wulfstan is 19th January and although we cannot be sure of the exact date, we celebrated the millennium of St Wulfstan's birth in To find out more about Wulfstan, why not come and take a Tour of Wulfstan's cathedral.

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Find The Commandery in Worcester, WR1. Get contact details, videos, photos, opening times and map directions. Search for Location: Sidbury, Worcester, WR1 2HU. Dec 09,  · Encounter the past brought to life in a beautiful building with an year history. Set in the heart of historic Worcester, The Commandery is most famous for being the Royalist Headquarters during the deciding battle of the English Civil War – the Battle of Worcester The Civil War, when The Commandery was used by Charles II's forces as headquarters during the Battle of Worcester.

The Georgian period, when after its sale by Thomas Wylde in The Commandery was split into several family homes. The Victorian period, when The Commandery housed a pioneering school for the "blind sons of gentlemen".

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