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Austin Friary


There was an Augustinian friary dating from the 13th century on the site of the Holy Jesus Hospital.
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020274:Fifteenth century tower Austin Friary Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1971

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016977:Fifteenth century tower Austin Friary Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown 1969

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022003:Holy Jesus and Austin Friar tower from roof of Swan House unknown 1972

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Tyne and Wear HER(1436): Newcastle, Austin Friary
- "The first reference to the friary is from 1291. The precinct grew piecemeal in the early 14th century, and lay between the town wall, Carliol Croft (Square) and Manor Chare ...

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