A large 12th century church, rebuilt on a unique trapezoidal plan in the 13th and 14th centuries. There is a 14th century effigy of a knight in the Lady Chapel, and another, possibly earlier, canopied tomb in the churchyard. A fragment of a Saxon cross is built into the exterior wall.
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"The Church of St Peter of Westminster holds Pershore. King Edward held this manor and gave it to the church as quit and free of every claim as he was holding it in his demesne, the whole shire being witness. There are 200 hides of these, there are in Pershore 2 hides which never paid geld in the time of King Edward. There are 5 ploughs in demesne, and 10 villans with 7 ploughs, and 11 slaves and 1 female slave. There 28 burgesses pay 30s, and the toll renders 12s. There are 5 mills rendering 50s, and 100 acres of meadow, and woodland 2 leagues long and 3 furlongs wide, 1 church renders 16s. It is worth £14. In this manor a certain Frenchman holds the land of Thorkil, King Edward's steersman, and has 1 plough, ansd 2 slaves, and 2 villans with 2 ploughs."
Prince Henry's Room- London, Greater London, England
One of the few remaining buildings in London that survived the Great Fire of 1666. Prince Henry's Room is a half-timbered building dating to the 12th century, when it was owned by the Knights Templar, who also owned nearby Temple Church. ... more