The Tudor Royal Almshouse at Westminster survived nearly 300 years in its original location. It survived the religious upheavals of the sixteenth century, the factions during the Civil War, and the expansions of the city of Westminster up to the end of the nineteenth century, when it was finally torn down to expand Tothill Street. Over the course of 300 years , hundreds of men and women called it their home. This paper explores the early foundation of the almshouse and the people who lived there.
Fox, Christine Merie
"The Tudor Royal Almsmen 1500-1600,"
Medieval Prosopography: Vol. 30
, Article 8.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/medpros/vol30/iss1/8