parish clerk


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parish clerk

a person designated to assist in various church duties
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Parish clerk Neil Hunter it is seeking quotes for required work and a working party comprising of Couns Kevin Shaw, Mel Roper and Gary Grayston has been set up TRIBUTE TO DAVID CHAPMAN.
Nunthorpe Parish Council has objected to the application citing concerns of anti-social behaviour and noise as their reasons Angela Livingstone, parish clerk of Nunthorpe Parish Council, said: "e parish council has concerns relating to the public house applying to serve alcohol and play music until midnight seven days a week.
Former parish clerk Alec Wall, 75, said: "His comments have upset a lot of people.
Independent group Councillor Leech was accused of harassment and bullying parish clerk Jenny Walsh after he argued in a lengthy campaign that the running costs of Beaudesert and Henley Joint Parish Council were too high.
They were expected to show deference to their clerical managers and to do additional unpaid jobs such as church organist, choir master, parish clerk, and escort of their school children to Sunday services.
In 1872 a Buckinghamshire teacher protested that he was "the parson's fag, the squire's doormat, church scraper, professional singer, sub-curate, land surveyor, drill master, club collector, parish clerk, letter writer, librarian, washerwoman's target, organist, choirmaster, and youth's instructor" (60).
He could have been stuck there for even longer and I hate to think what could have happened then," the Telegraph quoted his daughter Jan Critchley, a parish clerk, as saying.
The village school master and the parish clerk had his body exhumed in 1768.
The parish clerk, Lorie Lain-Rogers, traces the village's ethos back to 1980, when the owner of the Manor House, Major Colin Mackenzie, was appointed as Church Treasurer.
There are thought to be only a few surviving copies of the original book, which was published just before World War One, so parish clerk Mike Ackroyd decided to reproduce the book with the backing of the parish council.
Pounds scrutinizes him as well as the parish clerk, sexton, constable, overseers of the poor, surveyor of highways, and the elite vestry.
The entries in his diary betrayed his secret and paper linked him with an obscene package sent to the 13-year-old daughter of the woman who had replaced him as parish clerk.