Catalogue description HOPTON'S CHARITY

This record is held by London Metropolitan Archives: City of London

Details of A/FWA/C/K/06
Reference: A/FWA/C/K/06

The records include trustees' minutes 1730 to 1986. There is also a volume relating to Hopton's Charity Comforts Fund which was founded by John Fry in 1927 to provide aid to poor Almsmen and their wives.

Held by: London Metropolitan Archives: City of London, not available at The National Archives
Language: English
Physical description: 2 linear feet
Administrative / biographical background:

Charles Hopton gave instructions in his will to establish a charity. Land was purchased in Green Walk in the parish of Christ Church, Surrey on which 26 almshouses were built for 26 'poor decayed men who had been housekeepers'. An endowment was subsequently provided which consisted of houses on Croydon Road, Durban Road and Belmont Road, Beckenham.

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