ash house meaning

[Architecture]

In colonial America, a small dependency for storing ashes that were used primarily for making soap.

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  1. Matilda died at Bracon Ash house, aged 90, during the height of World War I and is buried locally in the Berney family mausoleum.
  2. Documented but no longer existing buildings include multiple slave houses, a large stable due-west of the mansion, an ash house, and a garden house.
  3. To the rear was a scullery with a sink and access to a back yard containing an ash house, coal store and a gate to a service road.
  4. In 1995 they merged with fellow S & HCSL outfit Ash House to form Ash House Phoenix, but just two years later the new club dissolved and "'Phoenix "'was reformed.
  5. In 1995 they merged with fellow S & HCSL outfit Ash House to form Ash House Phoenix, but just two years later the new club dissolved and "'Phoenix "'was reformed.

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