Abbey Ho, Abbey Ho Ponds
Early-attested site in the Parish of Shaftesbury
- Abbey Ho and Garden, Abbey Well Ho 1840 TA
- Abbey Gdn, Abbey Ponds 1799 Map
Among the chantries established in (or attached to) the conventual church were the following (v. further Hutch3 3 35–6, 88, VCHDo 2 75): cantar ' de Arne c.1500Eg , n.d. (1500) Hutch3 (cf. Arne 171); cantar ' de Blanforde c.1500Eg , n.d. (1500) Hutch3 (cf. Blandford 273, 87); cantar ' D 'ne Dionisie Blont c.1500Eg , cantar ' D 'ne Dionysie Blunt n.d. (1500) Hutch3; cantar ' D 'ne Edithe Bonham c.1500Eg , n.d. (1500) Hutch3; cantar ' D 'ne Cecilie Fovent c.1500Eg ; Cantar ' de Gora 1282 (15) AddCh , Cantuarie de la Gore 1358Salis , Cantarie Sancte Anne de La Gore 1551AddCh , cf. 'altar of St Anne '1330 VCHDo (there was a chapel of St Anne at Gore (Fm) in Marg. Marsh par. infra ); cantar ' S 'ce Crucis c.1500Eg , cf. 'altar of Holy Cross '1364 VCHDo, Holyrood Fm infra ; cantarie Sancti Johannis 1472 Hutch3, c.1500Eg , 'chantry of St John the Baptist '1547 VCHDo; Abbesse Seynt John is Chauntrey 1492 Pat, cantar ' Margarete Seynt John 1509 Hutch3; Seint Katerine Chauntrye 1415Shaft , Cantar ' St Katerine c.1500Eg (cf. the fraternity of St Katherine associated with Holy Trinity Church supra ); Cantar ' Sancti Leonardi c.1500Eg ; cantar ' in capella Sancti Nicholai c.1500Eg , cf. 'altar of St Nicholas '1342 VCHDo, 'the chapel of St Nicholas in the charnel in the cemetery of the church of St Edward '1346 Pat; cantar ' Walteri Schamell c.1500Eg ; cantarie Sancti Thome n.d. (1500) Hutch3, cf. 'altar of St Thomas the Apostle '1334 VCHDo. There was also a chantry of St Mary (Hutch3 336) and a chantry and chapel of St Edward (ib 35–6, 88, VCHDo 2 75, cf. the distinct St Edward's chapel supra in St James's par.).
Various parts of the abbey are named in 1565 Hutch3 337–8, including: thalmery ; the great backhouse ; the base court ; the bredhouse ; the olde brewhouse ; the brode chamber ; the brode hall ; the buttery ; Carrents chamber ; The cheker …and the Cheker chamber …where the court hath been allweys kept for the king ; the dovehouse ; the Fefosters chamber ; the Fosters chamber ; the frayter chamber ; the fyer-house ; the grene-chamber ; the grynter-house ; the hoopers house ; Kechyn , the (covent ) kitchyn ; the kitchyn clerk 's chamber ; the larder house ; tholde laundry chamber next to the well , the laundry-house (v. Stoney Path supra ); the longe leden chamber ; the Long Stable ; the maltesmen 's chamber ; malthouse ; the myllhouse ; the mynchen-chamber (v. myncen ); the Utter Nurcery ; the pantrey ; pastryhouse ; the lodging late called the Sextry (cf. the f.n. Sexty Md in Cann par. supra ); the squiors ' chambers ; the starre-chamber ; the vice otherwise called the stayers ; the Steward 's chamber ; the wardrobe-chamber ; the wollehouse ; the wod-house ; the (wyne ) seller ; the Yatehouse .