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At Church of the Redeemer, Anderson helped to maintain the gardens and served as a volunteer on the vestry.
A number of the articles were used in the erection of Edgbaston Vestry Hall, where the curious may inspect them if so inclined.
SHOWELL'S DICTIONARY OF BIRMINGHAMTHOMAS T. HARMAN AND WALTER SHOWELL
In such ceremonies the wedding-party all meet in the vestry, and go to the altar together.
The vestry declined to compromise, and insisted on allowing tobacco as a non-dietetic indulgence.
When the Duc d'Anjou was gone, and had been followed by all the others, the three Guises entered the vestry.
CHICOT THE JESTERALEXANDRE DUMAS, PERE
I felt quite at home, as if I had been at some vestry-meeting, or some committee in the old country, when Elatreus got up.
The vestry meetings were then held in the Berkeley chapel, also at several inns and private houses.
The Bishop sometimes preached here; and on one occasion the vestry treated his lordship to a rundlett of sack, costing £1.
Lastly, in 1769, one of the vestry meetings was attended (or at least the minutes are signed by) seven women and seven men.
The old altar ornaments used by Mr. Hawker are preserved in the vestry.

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