rectory


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rectory

1. the official house of a rector
2. Church of England the office and benefice of a rector

rectory

The residence of a rector.
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The Old Rectory house dates from the 1850s with parts of the outbuildings possibly medieval.
Dennick said the two had wanted to run away to London and had gone to the rectory on the night of October 5 1982 to steal from the vicar because they were short of money and take his car to make their getaway.
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Rectory manager Ineka Matthews confirmed she'd dealt with an allegation of bullying by one member of staff but she had no idea trouble was continuing.
and saw a man exit the side door of the rectory and walk off the porch toward the parking lot.
A family of four otters have set up home in the garden of The Old Rectory B&B (right)
The Lidl site, on land at the junction of Rectory Lane and Enfield Chase is about 178 metres by 45 metres, giving the store a potential floor space of 1,358 metres.
The Rectory was the home of Canon Stephenson and David's aunts were housekeepers.
There will be a host of Rectory regulars there to show their support.
The lawsuit said Wempe brought the boy, who then lived in Ventura County, to the Palmdale rectory and spent the night with him in his room.
The building is constructed over the site of the former rectory of the Church of St.