Spurstowe Almshouses in Sylvester Path
Spurstowe Almshouses in Sylvester Path
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Spurstowe Almshouses in Sylvester Path
View of front entrance to derelict Spurstowe Almshouses, Sylvester Path, Hackney. The six almshouses, intended for elderly widows, were built in 1666 by the Reverend Dr William Spurstowe shortly before his death. Spurstowe's Almshouses were demolished in 1966 and replaced by new almshouses situated in Navarino Road, Hackney.
1966
London Metropolitan Archives
LCC Photograph Library
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