Three parsonages were not being used at the time of the survey.
All the four churches had houses of worship, and some of them had parsonages.
Of the forty churches with buildings, thirty-four have parsonages and one country pastor has a parsonage and no church building.
Ministers were quitting their parsonages rather than abet the royal insult to the sanctity of the Sabbath.
He gave, too, a parsonage lot, and contributed largely to two parsonages.
The farms and inns are so few and far between in Iceland, that the parsonages are thrown open for the accommodation of travellers.
I wish as you do, that the Charge in question could find its way into all the parsonages in the nation.
In 1802 its parsonages and glebe lands were sold, its parishes wiped out, and its clergy left without a calling.
He was one as knew his place, and wouldn't have set his foot inside one of them Parsonages.
The old theories lingered long in manor-houses and parsonages, and among all whose hearts were with the banished Stuarts.