Almonry

An almonry (Lat. eleemosynarium, Fr. aumônerie, Ger. Almosenhaus) is the place or chamber where alms were distributed to the poor in churches or other ecclesiastical buildings. At Bishopstone church, Wiltshire, it is a sort of covered porch attached to the south transept, but not communicating with the interior of the church. At Worcester Cathedr...
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Almonry

• (n.) The place where an almoner resides, or where alms are distributed.
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Almonry

Al'mon·ry noun ; plural Almonries [ Old French aumosnerie , French aumônerie , from Old French aumosnier . See Almoner .] The place where an almoner resides, or where alms are distributed.
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Almonry

An almonry was a room where alms were distributed. In monastic establishments, almeries were generally a stone building near the church, sometimes in the north side of the quadrangle, or removed to the gatehouse.
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