The Knights Hospitallers of England as UndertakersArticle author querypugh rb [Google Scholar]

Speculum 56 (3):566-574 (1981)
In pre-Reformation England the Knights Hospitallers habitually buried executed felons irrespective of the felons’ connection with the order. Their authority for doing so and its extent have never been assessed. So that they may be, the evidence of their activity is here set out. { event.preventDefault(); })
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