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parsonage

the residence of a parson who is not a rector or vicar, as provided by the parish

parsonage

The residence of a parson, provided by the church.
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Then we moved to Wayne, New Jersey, this time into a four-bedroom parsonage. Our family was growing, so we accumulated children's bedroom furniture, toys, and more gadgets.
In hopes of preserving a West Dundee churchs historic but deteriorating parsonage, village officials will attempt to acquire the property through eminent domain.
The parsonage, built in 1849, is the second-oldest house in the village, according to a West Dundee news release.
Retired ministers need not include a parsonage allowance or the rental value of a provided parsonage in the computation of net self-employment earnings, even if they have not opted out of the Social Security system; moreover, they do not need to include any retirement benefits received from a church plan subsequent to retirement (IRC section 1402[a][8]).
From here, the early parsonages and village schools of the Ecclesiological architects, by Scott, Street and Butterfield, took off, leading directly to Morris's Red House, and we are thus on the more familiar territory of High Victorian gothic.
General Tilney may have been attempting to sell Woodston parsonage to Catherine because he mistakenly believes her to be an heiress who might aspire to be the mistress of a larger home, but the adequacy of country parsonages was one of the key questions in Jane Austen's day in regard to clergymen's residency in their parishes.
The history of a number of hospitals shows that the church basement or parsonage was often pressed into temporary service as an emergency hospital.
Parsonages have until now been somewhat neglected as a subject to be trawled by architectural historians, yet they are often distinguished buildings, and in Brittain-Catlin they have found a sympathetic chronicler.
The Parsonages are so famous in Glasgow they even have a street named after them - Parsonage Row in the Merchant City.
Ministers living in church-provided parsonages, for example, do not have to include the fair rental value of their homes in their gross income and may exclude a designated allowance for utilities and upkeep to the extent of actual expenses.
107, which allows an exclusion for both parsonages and MHAs, includes the words "rental value" in the heading.
Knight Frank estate agents in Worcester have sold a number of other parsonages and rectories in recent years, which have fetched between pounds 300,000 and pounds 1 million, depending on their condition and location.