Augustine Steward

Sheriff of Norwich (1526-1527), Mayor of Norwich (1534-1535), Mayor of Norwich (1546-1547), and Mayor of Norwich (1556-1557)

Aged unknown

Augustine Steward (1491-1571), of Norwich, Norfolk, was an English politician.

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Commemorated on 4 plaques

Photo of Augustine Steward black plaque
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Photo of Augustine Steward green plaque
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Photo of Augustine Steward, John Paston, and Margaret Mautby blue plaque
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Photo of Augustine Steward stone plaque
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Augustine Steward House Built in 1549 it was used as the headquarters of the two Royal Armies sent to quell Ketts Rebellion which took place in that year

Augustine Steward House, Tombland, Norwich, United Kingdom where they is commemorated

22-24 Elm Hill A home of the Paston family in the 15th century. The present house was built by Augustine Steward after the extensive fire of 1507

22-24 Elm Hill, Norwich, United Kingdom where they built

Paston House In the 14th-15th centuries a house on this site belonged to members of the Paston family, who wrote the famous Paston Letters which chronicle the lives of a wealthy Norfolk family during the Wars of the Roses. After the fire of 1507, the present house was built by Augustine Steward, three times Mayor and also Sheriff of Norwich.

The Strangers' Club, 22-24 Elm Hill, Norwich, United Kingdom where they built

This house purchased and preserved in 1924 by the Norfolk Archaeological Trust was built by Augustine Steward, Mercer, Sheriff 1526, Mayor 1534, 1546 and 1556. Burgess in Parliament 1547. [full inscription unknown]

?, Norwich, United Kingdom where they built