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Mary
= 1)




= 2)
Robert
Skinner
1625-1681
Claynes,
Worcest-
ershire
= 1)

 
 
 
 
= 2)
Rachel
bapt 15th
Dec 1588
St Sepulchre
d. 1623
= 1)
 

 
= 2)
Robert Skinner   =
1470 - 1554  (will,
Lincolns Inn 1535)
daughter of Sir Robert
Pourvil of Kent who
lived 1410 - 1452
Sir John Skinner =
Daughter of Sir William
Marmaduke Knt
Katherine, daughter
of Robert Tailyour of
Barrowfield, Montrose.
They had six sons
David Skinner, born =
circa 1670, Provost
of Montrose 1713 to
1714
Mark Skinner born 15 April  =
1945 in Farnborough Hants.
Various roles within the Uk
Oil and Gas Industry 1965 -
2012. Mark researched and compiled this family tree.
Margaret      =
dau of John
Stallard,
Gentleman,
died in 1574
Richard Skinner =
of  Le Burtons,
Ledbury
1536 - 1608
Mary dau
of Thomas
Clynton,
Castell-ditch
John Snr
Skinner
b. 1540
William
Skinner
John Jnr
Skinner
Edward Skinner    =
1544 - 1631.  A
memorial to him,
his wife & children
stands in south
side of Ledbury
Church chancel.  
Elizabeth
Hill
Thomas
Skinner
Alice =
born
William
Hall
Joane
born
1548
Imogen born
12 May 1997 in
Chelsea London
James Skinner,
born 18 Oct 1999
in Northampton
Denzil Skinner born 15 Sep 1958 in   =
Aldershot Hants. 1977 - 1988 16/5th
The Queens Royal Lancers,  MBA
Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh
followed by a career in Bespoke
Retail Jewellery and Silverware
1987 in St Albans
Sarah born 5
June 1961,
daughter of
Edmund
Birtwistle
Leo Skinner born 14 Jan 1968 in Aldershot  =
Hants.  BA (Hons) and AKC, Kings College
University of London,  College of Law
Chancery Lane London, admitted to
Solicitors’roll 1994, Partner Freeths LLP.
1995 in Pewsey, Wiltshire,
Sarah born 26 May 1967 in
London, daughter of Derrick
Walker TD, Major in The
Honourable Artillery Company
Geoffrey Skinner born 4 Jan 1942 in Farn-  =
borough Hants.  Marine engineer ImarEST,
remained in charge of the Riyadh Saline
Plant during the 1st Gulf War 1991-2 whilst
most went of his colleagues went home.
1980,
Jenny
Bick
1979 in Bridgwater Somerset
Josephine, always known as Jo,
born in Sidmouth, Devon 15
November 1945, daughter of
Raymond Hilson
Lt Col Denzil Robert Skinner, born 17 May 1908 Dunga Gali, Srinagar, India.  Attended RMC Sandhurst. =
Commissioned 1928 into Royal Tank Corps; 1931 posted to 8 Armoured Car Company, RTC, Red Fort,
Delhi; 1932 Troop Leader, 3RTC, Lydd, Kent.  Went to RMC Science, Shrivenham 1935 - 36 then vari-
ous roles within tank/weapon development directorate until promotion in 1942 to acting followed by
temporary Lt Col and appointed Chief Instructor, The Tank School, Chobham. 1944 - 45 served with 8th
Army in the role of tank ground/going adviser in Egypt and Italy.  1945 HQ, Middle East Land Forces,
Egypt involved with armoured vehicle design development.  November 1948 retires from HM Forces
to join Vivian Loyd Tractors.  On 23 Nov 1951 founded Denzil Skinner & Company Ltd, model makers.
1935, 1st wife, Eleanor  =
Myrtle daughter of    
John Benn Lt Col in the
Indian  Army. An expert
polo player who kept a
pair of ponies in India.
Myrtle died on 9th
March 1957
1957, 2nd wife,
Elizabeth daughter
of Arthur Scragg,
Lt Col in the Royal
Army Service
Corps.
Reginald Skinner of Bungay, Suffolk. Major in the Royal Artillery  =
and Squadron Leader in the RAF. He served with the the Royal
Flying Corps 1917 -  1918 and was referred to in an email from   
the Historian, 14 Squadron RAF and received 16th August 2014:-
“On 12th April 1917 as one of six pilots who attacked Turkish
Camps in the area of Huj” (a district of Gaza).  London Gazette,
5th December 1939 under the heading Royal Air Force Reserve:
“Major  Reginald  Onslow Skinner is granted a Commission in
Class CC as Squadron Leader - 17th April 1939”. The London
Gazette also records that he relinquished his commission in the
Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve on 1st September 1939
Gwen
née
Baldry
Robert Bruce Skinner OBE, 1877 -  =
1961, Camberley, Surrey  Colonel
in Royal Engineers. Lon. Gazette:
OBE awarded in 1920”. Appoint.
to Hong Kong Legislative Council
June & July 1928:- “The Hon The
Officer Commanding The Troops”
The Gazette1932, as relinquished
appointment:-        “Colonel  R.B.  
Skinner OBE The Chief Engineer,
British Troops in China.”  
Pauline, daughter of Stanley Gough,
Major - 5th Bengal Cavalry and grand
daughter of Major General Sir George
Gough - 12th Lancers; also great niece to
General Sir Hugh Gough VC, 1st Bengal
Light Cavalry and his brother General Sir
Charles Gough VC, 5th Bengal Cavalry.
His deeds included saving the life of his
brother, Sir Hugh; also first cousin to Sir
Charles Gough's son, Brigadier General
Sir John Gough VC of the Rifle Brigade.
Major Stanley   =
Gough, 5th     
Bengal Cavalry
Daughter
of Cole
Brigadier General
Sir John Gough VC
1871 - 1915
General Sir Hubert
de la Poer Gough
1870 - 1963 (92 yrs)
Evelyn Swinton Skinner =
Of Blackheath, London
1843 - 1921. Lt Col in
The Indian Army. Colonel
in the Madras Staff
Corps. Deputy Judge
Advocate General,1890
1873  Marion,
daughter of
Thomas
Onslow of the
Madras Civil
Civil Service &
Judge therein
Harriet  =
Dau of
Lt Col
Tudor
Charles Bruce =
Skinner,
1843 - 1863,
Magistate in
Bengal Civil
Service at
Bhagulpore
Harriet
dau of
Rev JC
Browne
Russell Morland   =
Skinner II 1837 -
1908 Colonel in
the Indian
Army, awarded
the Indian
Mutiny Medal
Maria
daughter
of
John
Duntergus
Maj Gen Sir =
George
Gough
born 1830
Daughter
of
Stanley
Clarke
Maj Gen Sir  =
Charles
Gough VC
1832 - 1912
Harriet
daughter of
William
Power  MP
Gen Sir
Hugh
Gough VC
1833 - 1909
Sir Percy
Gough
Fitzowen John
Skinner b. 1838
M.A.C. Lincoln’s
Inn & barrister
Laura
born
1840
Capt Russell Skinner
of H.M.’s 37th Regim-
ent of Foot. b. 1842
RMC Sandhurst 1860
John
Francis
Skinner
b. 1843
Skinner born in
1844. Colonist to
NEW ZEALAND
Stephen
Skinner
born
1846
Harriett  =
Becher
Tudor
Charlotte =
Becher
1865 -
1942
1829
Judge
George
Gough,
born 1802
Russel Morland Skinner I =
1809 - 1884 educated at
Harrow & Trinity College
Cambridge. Bengal Civil
Service & later appointed
Judge at Kishnaghur
1830 Louisa
daughter of
Charles Becher
RCS of
Tunbridge
Wells, Kent
Benjamin
Skinner
Charles Skinner of       =
St Kilda, AUSTRALIA,
1816 -1894, Educated
at Harrow & Trinity Col
Cambridge Barrister
of Law at Lincolns Inn,
Chairman of the  
Victoria General
Sessions
1844 Louisa
daughter of
Swinhoe,
Solicitor to
the East
India
Company
Russell Walton Skinner BA
Clare Hall, Cambridge,became
a sheep farmer in ARGENTINA
Violetta
Mary
b.1835
Lucy     =
Judith
1836-61
Edmund
Harwick
Marriott
Laura
1806
To
1820
Fitzowen
George  
Skinner
b/d 1807
Fitzowen Skinner MA  =
b. 1808 educated at
Trinity College Oxford,
barrister, Lincoln’s
Inn
1838 Laura dau of
Rev John Stuart
Rector of Lower
Gravenhurst, Berks
Anna =
born
in
1809
1839 W.R.A.
Boyle barrister
at Lincoln’s
Inn
Joseph
Henry
Skinner
1810-
1838
Eliza
Tertia
811-
1812
Samuel Skinner
1799 - 1811
Russell Skinner
1801 - 1802
Rev Russell Skinner =
MA, b. 1803. Rector
of Swafling, Saxm-
unden, Suffolk
Violetta daughter
of Thomas Williams
of Cowley Grove nr
Uxfeld, Middlesex
Mary
1801
to
1802
Russel Skinner =
1765 - 1834 of
Burton Street   
Burton
Middlesex
1798 Mary
daughter
of Thomas
Fenn of
Ballington
Nr Sudbury
Joseph =
Skinner
died   
in
1819
1798,
Frances
daughter
of Major
Godwin  
of  the   
H.E.I.C.S.
Samuel Skinner  =
esq of Shirley
Park, Surrey.
born at Chittoor,
East Indies in
1774. Educated
at Eton. One time
judge of the
circuit the
Province of
Madras, East
Indies. Died 1854
1808, Mary
daughter
of Robert
Routledge
esq of Kirk
Mannington
in the
County of
Durham
Mary
Anne
born
in
1763
Catherine =
Skinner
James
Simon
Ewart
esq Cpt
in the
H.E.I.C.S
Sophie
Harriet
died
in
1829
Russel Skinner =
1771 - 1832.
educated at
Queens
College
Oxford
1795
Sarah
Humby
Joseph Skinner of the City of London =
and Wanstead, Essex, died in 1797
and buried at St George in the East,
Middlesex
1762 at St Gregory’s, London
to Mary, daughter of Captain
Thomas Walker of London
Middlesex
Anne lived with
her Uncle
Benjamin
Russell Skinner of =
Newton House,
Lymington, Hants,
died in 1785
Mary Page
died in
183
Samuel Skinner
of London died
In 1742
Elias Skinner,
2nd son named
in the will of his
grandfather 1708
John Skinner of St =
Botolph, Aldagate,
citizen of London
and distiller
Russell Skinner
St Botolph
London
Joseph Skinner
died
unmarried
Benjamin Skinner
died
unmarried
Elizabeth =
Skinner
Dr Josiah Cole
of Mark Lane
London
Mary
Rose
Mary
bap.
11
Sep
1673
(Extracted from Hartlebury
Parish records 1540-1812)
Jane
bap
21
Dec
1674
Grace bap.
25 April
1676 and
buried
12 Jun
1676 (the
same year)
Grace
bap,
3
Feb
1677
Margaret & Patience
(twins) bap. 2 Sep
1679 (Margaret was
buried 3 Aug 1695)
Anne    =
Skinner
2 Nov 1681 at Hartlebury
Samuel Thurston
(Extracted from Hartlebury
Parish records 1540-1812)
Samuel Skinner =
of St Leonard,
Bromley, Middl-
Sex, died 1757
Catherine
daugh of
Elias
Russel of
Bromley
died 1763
Frances =
Christopher
Hannbury
1661 - 1716
merchant
Anne =
died
1708
Daniel
Brattle
1708
William
Proctor
esq of
Epsom
Surrey
Hannah =
Elizabeth = Ambrose
Anne dau   . . .
of William
Beckly,
Sergeant
at Law
died in
1718
Robert Skinner =
1655-1698, of
Welton, Nort-
hants. Barrister
-at- law, Inner
Temple. Judge
Marshal.
Rev William Skinner     = 1)
1636 - 1695 doctoris fil.
New College Oxford in
1670 appointed Rector
of Hartlebury by his
father where he he
was buried. He had 3
sons and 7 daughters.
He was a Governor of
Hartlebury Grammer
School from 1672
- 1695
Anne = 2)
Turton
Margery = 3)
Lyttleton
she died
31 Aug
1679
1680 Mary
widow of
Rev
Washi
bourne
Rector of
Holt, she
died 1707
Humphrey
Skinner
died at
sea circa
1659
Jeremy
Oakley,
Cardington
Shropshire

Alexander
Middleton
Rev
Phillip
Gard-
ener
of
Tackley
Oxford-
shire
Elizabeth = 1)
Anne =
Thomas
Hall of
Worcester

John Irons
barrister
of Martin,
Oxford-
shire
Mr.
Sharpe

John Tyas
Mayor of
Worcester
in 1678, son
and heir of
Tyas, Mayor of
Wocester in
1639 & 1643
Bridget
died
young
= 2)
Mathew Skinner =
BA, MA, 1624 -
1698, Trinity  
College, Oxford.
He was   
nominated to
receive a
Knighthood
Francis      
daughter      
of John  
Simpson
D.D.,
Preben-
dary of
Canterbury
Prudence
daughter
of Ralph
James of
Launton

Eleanor
sister of
John
Cowcher
Thomas =
Skinner
Launton
died in
1681
daugter
of T.
of
Frink-
ford
Oxford-
shire
Samuel Skinner = 1) =
1633 - 1709           
citizen               
& draper
of London
2)
In
1670
Right Rev Robert Skinner DD   =
1590  - 1670, Rector of Pitsford
& Lapton, Oxfordshire; Bishop
of Bristol 1636, Oxford 1640,
Worcester 1663. While Bishop
of Oxford joined 11 brethren in   
protest against the proceedings
of parliament, in consequence
of which he was imprisoned in
the Tower by Cromwell, buried
in Worcester Cathedral
Elizabeth
daughter
of Bernard
Bangor
of Oxford
of the   
Bangor
family of
Dorset, she
died 1646
in Oxford
Jane
Launden
9th July
1632 at
Pitsford
John Skinner
bapt 22 March
1593-4 St Sep-
ulchre, died
27th April 1596
at Pitsford
Phillip  =
Skinner
bapt
18th
1596 at
Pitsford
dau.
of
John
Garrett
of
Crick
Mathew Skinner =
bapt. 20th Sept
1599 Pitsford,
bury 22nd July
1625
Francis
daughter
of John
Simpson
from    
Canterbury
John Skinner
bapt 10th
March 1600
at Pitsford
Katherine =
baptised  
In 1584
at
St Giles
Peter Bett
of Earl’s
Barton,
1613 at
Pitsford
Anne bapt =
19th Sept
1585
Sepul-
chre
Edward
Terry
at
Pitsford
Thomas Skinner
of Utrecht Holl-
and bapt. 16th
April 1587 at St
Sepulchre, dau-
ghter died young
Israel    
Damson  
28th June
Pitsford

Mr Warren
Edmund Skinner BA, 1554 - 1628, appointed =
Vicar of St Sepulchre in Nottinghamshire
and in 1594 he was assigned Rector of
Pitsford, Northamptonshire where he died
in 1628 and succeeded by his son Robert.
Bridget daughter of
Humphrey Radcliffe
of Northampton, he was
buried in 1629 at Pitsford.
ref will dated 16 Feb 1611
Sir Thomas Skinner of Ledbury purchased =
Castle Camps from the Earl of Oxford in
1580, Master of Clothworks, Alderman of
Bishopsgate 1557, Lord Mayor of London
1596 - 1598. (Confirmed in a letter from the
Librarian of the Guildhall, London in 1978)
1553  Elizabeth daughter
of Newdigate of  Warwick-
shire. Buried at Pitsford
in 1611.
John     = Joane
Skinner
Stephen Skinner of Hereford, =
lived in Le Burtons, Ledbury,
1507 - 1557, buried in the
Chancel of Ledbury Church,
Worcestershire
Joan daughter of
Bradford of Dymock
Gloucestershire,
Buried in Ledbury
in 1557
Sir Thomas Wyatt  1503 - 1542, Anne
Boleyn’s lover until her favours were
sought by King Henry VIII. Extensive
and chequered court life, imprisoned
in the Tower, knighted etc.
Anne Wyatt who in 1536
accompanied Anne Boleyn
to the scaffold and from
her had received:-Her
Little Prayer Book”
Margaret
Wyatt
1490
to
1537
Francis
Wyatt
Henry
Wyatt
1500
to
1544
Stephen Skinner =
of Hereford born
in 1481 Daughter of Chambers of Elstowe
(issue recorded in CT
Robinson’s History of the
Families of Herefordshire)
Anne Skinner =
1485 at Ardleigh in Essex to Sir Henry Wyatt of Allington Castle,
Kent. Son of Richard Wyatt of South Haigh, Mexborough, York-
shire.  Born in 1460 and died in 1536.  He was made knight
bannerat for services at the gloriously successful Battle of
Spurs near Bomy with King Henry VIII in 1515
Marmaduke Skinner =
eldest son  
Daughter of Bromley
of Slyford    
Robert Skinner,  Benedictine Monk attached to Malvern Priory,  in 1440 and
being unmarried settled land in Hereford on his brother John of the House of
Bolingbroke (this was recorded in the memorial window of Little Malvern Church)
John Skinner =
1446 - 1517  
youngest son
Joane 1443 - 1470, daughter
of Caldicote of Reigate
Robert Skinner =
Daughter  of  Sir
George Savil Knt
Ralph Skinner =
Daughter of
Saliage esq
William Hall    Alice
John Skinner of Conyngsyard  . . . .
University of St Andrews as “
belongs to that college. After  
Edinburgh to St Andrews fam
He is said to have deposited
GENEALOGICAL TREE

OF

THE FAMILY OF SKINNER
Lennard
Clement
Charles Becher
      General Sir Hugh Gough VC, GCB, KCB, C.B, GCMG, K.CVO of 1st Bengal European Light  Cavalry (later 19th Hussars)

Acts of Bravery, 12th November 1857 and 25th February 1858 during the Indian Mutiny.

Lieutenant Gough was awarded the VC at the age of 23, when in command
of a party of Hodson's Horse, near Alumbagh, on the 12th of November,
1857; particularly  distinguished himself by his forward bearing in
charging across a swamp, and capturing two guns, although defended by
a vastly superior body of the  enemy. On this occasion he had his horse
wounded in wo places, and his turban cut through by sword cuts, whilst
engaged in combat with three Sepoys.

Lieutenant Gough also particularly distinguished  himself, near Jellalabad,
Lucknow, on 25 February 1858, by showing a brilliant example to his
Regiment, when ordered to charge the enemy's guns, and by his gallant
and forward conduct, he enabled them to effect their object. On this
Occasion he engaged himself in a series of single combats, until at length
he was disabled by a musketball through the leg, while charging two Sepoys with fixed bayonets.  Lieutenant Gough on this day had two horses killed under him, a shot through his helmet, and another through his scabbard, besides being severely  wounde d
General Sir Charles Stanley Gough VC, KCB, C.B  of 5th Bengal European Cavalry.

Acts of Bravery, 15th and 18th August 1857, aged 26  and 27th January and 23rd February 1858 for which he was awarded the VC.

First for gallantry in an affair at Khurkowdah near Rhotuck on the 15 August
1857:  While serving with Hodson's Horse, in which he saved his brother
Hugh, who was wounded and then  killed two of the Enemy.

Secondly for gallantry on 18 August, when he led a Troop of the Guide
Cavalry in a charge and cut down two of the Enemy's Sowars, with one of
Whom  he had a desperate hand to hand combat.

Thirdly for gallantly on 27 January 1858 at Shumshabad where, in a charge,
he attacked one of the Enemy's leaders and pierced him with his sword,
which was carried out of his hand in the melee. He defended himself with
his revolver and shot two of the Enemy.

Fourthly for gallantry on 23 February at Meangunge where he came to the assistance of Brevet-Major O. H. St. George Anson, and killed his opponent. Immediately afterwards cutting down another of the Enemy in the same gallant manner.
 Brigadier General Sir John Gough VC, KCB, CB, CMG of The Rifle Brigade
Acts of bravery on 22 April 1903 during the Third Somaliland Expedition.
When he was 32 years of age Gough was in command of
a column on the march which was attacked by an enemu  
force in superior numbers led by Mohammed Abdullah
Hassan near Daratoleh, British Somaliland.  After
conducting a successful defence, then a fighting
withdrawal, Gough came back to help two captains
(William George Walker and George Murray Rolland).
  The captains were helping a mortally wounded officer.
 They managed to get the wounded officer onto a camel,
but then he was wounded again and died immediately.
The two captains won the VC for their actions. However,
Gough played down his own part in the event. It was not
until late in the year that the true story came out in
dicating that Gough was equally deserving of recognition
. He was subsequently awarded the VC in January 1904. The  King presented the medal to him at Buckingham Palace on 29 February 1904. He was appointed Aide-de-Camp to the King in August 1907.
Marion Stanley
Skinner
1905-1917
Simon Skinner
born 1981
References

Ref (i)  Confirmed in page 6 of Sikander Sahib and page 151 of the Asiatic Annual Register 1803

Ref (ii)  LLD.D. - Legum Doctor (Doctor of Laws in english) is a doctorate-level academic degree in law or an honorary doctorate, depending on the jurisdiction.

Ref (iii) H.E.I.C.S. - Abbreviation for the 'Honourable East India  Company Service'.

Ref (iv)  MS in College of Arms given in 1703 by Rev William Skinner

Ref (v)   Refers to 'A Few memorials of the Right Rev. Robert Skinner D.D. Bishop of Worcester 1663', by Alan Maclean Skinner Q.C. 1800 - 1885.  Printed, not published, in 1866

Ref (vi)  Recorded in The Edinburgh Academy Register 1824 - 1914 and confirmed by Andrew McMillan Hon Archivist, The Edinburgh Academy, 22nd June 2015 by email.

        denotes more information /picture
Rev John Skinner
           Edward Skinner           Elizabeth (wife)
              1544 - 1631
Sons: Richard, William, Edward, Thomas, John,

Daughters: Anne, Mary, Susanna, Joane, Elizabeth

      Skinner Family Memorial, Ledbury Church
(Ledbury Skinners)
RevJohn Skinner  =
MA (1772 - 1839)
born in Claverton
near Bath, educ-  
ated at Cheam and
Trinity College Oxford.
He was a student at  
Lincoln’s Inn, Rector
of Camerton, Somerset
from 1800 to 1839 and
an antiquarian and
amateur archaeologist, his
Journals are preserved
in the British Museum
1805 Anne
daughter
of Joseph
Holmes
Marianne
1774-1815
buried at
Clerken-
well
Burial
Ground
Eliza
1776
to
1823
buried
at
Hert-
ord
Edward Skinner
1775 - 1792,
killed by a fall
from the cross-
tree whilst he
was serving as
midshipman
aboard the
frigate Iphigenia.
Edward was
buried at
Milford Haven
South Wales
William =
North
Skinner
1777
to 1823
buried
at Minchin-
hampton,
Glouces-
tershire
Charlotte
Jane dau
of Lieut.
Colonel
Parslow
Laura
1778-
1828
buried
at
Camerton
Somerset
Henry Skinner
1780 - 1801,
Lt. in H.E.I.C.
Military Service
died on voyage
from India
Emma
1783 -
1812
buried
at
Hert-
Ford
Fitzowen
George
Skinner
1782-
1810
Post
Captain
R.N.,
See Ref (iii)
See Ref (iii)
Lucy Skinner
Marriott
Alice  =
daug-
ter of
Smith
Col Edmund  =
Skinner CMG.
Chief
Ordnance
Officer in
Ireland
Amy
Lottie
daugh-
ter. of
Thomas
Hendry
Russell Morland Skinner III =
1872 - 1962 rubber planter
Kual Lumpur, Federated
Malay States. Died Redhill
Emmie
George
Lindsay
Edmund Skinner =
born 1906 some-
time Fl Lt Royal
Australian
Airforce
Dorothy dau
of Thomas
Horsfall, she
died in 1967
Ernest       =
Skinner  
1862-1933
Diana dau
of George
Dudley
Bruce Morland  =
Skinner 1858 -
1932, Major
General RAMC
Monica
dau of
Whiteside
Evelyn
Colin
Skinner
1860 -
1887
Venetia born
13 Aug 1990
In Edinburgh
Thomas Skinner,
born 22 Sep 1992
in Edinburgh
Rory Skinner,
born 9 Sep 1996
in Edinburgh

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(Extracted from Hartlebury
Parish records 1540-1812)
?
Edmund Skinner = 1)
of Pitsford, bapt
24th August 1592,
died without
issue at St             
Sepulchre
Eliz-  = 2)
abeth
circa
1613
Margaret
= 1)


= 2)

Little Malvern Church, dedicated to St Giles and in the village of Little Malvern near Malvern, Worcestershire, was a Benedictine monastery c.1171-1537. It was founded from Worcester Cathedral. Little remains of the 12th century church, which was rebuilt in 1480-1482.