Definition of Almshouse. Meaning of Almshouse. Synonyms of Almshouse

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Definition of Almshouse

Almshouse
Almshouse Alms"house`, n. A house appropriated for the use of the poor; a poorhouse.

Meaning of Almshouse from wikipedia

- An almshouse (also known as a bede-house, poorhouse, or hospital) is charitable housing provided to people in a particular community. They are often targeted...
- The "Almshouse", also known as the City Home is a historic almshouse and hospital complex located in Richmond, Virginia. The Richmond "Almshouse" and...
- County Almshouse, Carrollton, Illinois Carroll County Almshouse and Farm, Westminster, Maryland Almshouse (Cambridge, M****achusetts) Rockland Almshouse, Rockland...
- Philadelphia Almshouse (not to be confused with the Friends' Almshouse, established 1713). Philadelphia General Hospital closed in 1977. The Blockley Almshouse had...
- Almshouse Green is a hamlet in the Braintree district of Es****, England. It is located between the villages of Wethersfield & Sible Hedingham....
- County Almshouse is a historic poorhouse located in Greene County, Illinois, along a township road northeast of the city of Carrollton. The almshouse was...
- of British almshouses: Andrew's Almshouses, also known as the Widow's House, Speenhamland Westende Almshouses, Wokingham Dixon's Almshouses, Aldermaston...
- Hudson Almshouse, also known as the Hudson Lunatic Asylum, Hudson Orphan and Relief ****ociation, and Hudson Area ****ociation Library, is a historic almshouse...
- Wilbraham Almshouses or Wilbraham's Almshouses may refer to any of several almshouses founded by members of the Wilbraham family, including: Old Maids'...
- The Saunders Almshouses are Grade II* listed almshouses in Flamstead, Hertfordshire, England. They date from 1669 and were built for Thomas Saunders of...
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