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The Fraternity or Gild of Jesus at St Mary's in Baldock was founded in 1459, and the charter confirmed in 1533.
Situated in the heart of town this attractive detached property comprises 20ft kitchen/breakfast room, spacious 23ft lounge/diner and office, all with under floor heating.
The Church of St Mary the Virgin is a parish church of the Church of England in Baldock in Hertfordshire. Mary at Baldock originally belonged to the Knights Templar, who built the original church in about 1150 on land given to them by Gilbert de Clare, the Earl of Pembroke (parts of this early church are found at the east end of the chancel), and it continued in their possession until their suppression in 1308.
The patronage was transferred before 1829 to the Lord Chancellor.
The latter held it until 1865, when it was transferred to the Bishop of Rochester, who presented until 1877, when it was acquired by the Bishop of St Albans.