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Christ's Hospital, Firby, Bedale. The hospital is three almshouses built on each side of a small chapel. It was built and endowed in 1608 by John Clapham. An inscription in the church reads in Latin 'To the greater glory of God or the sustenance of the poor in the parish of Bedall (Bedale) this hospital is built in the year of Our Lord 1608, in the sixth year of the reign of James who first joined England and Scotland under the name of Great Britain.'
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