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RECTORY, Eng. law. Corporeal real property, consisting of a church, glebe lands and tithes. 1 Chit. Pr. 163.

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Rectory Cottage, Allendale, is for sale through Foster Maddison at a guide price of PS395,000, tel: 01434 605441.
Close to the Old Rectory, on the beach, people naturally gather around the ribs of the Helvetia, shipwrecked in 1887, which poke up through the sand at low tide.
Barry Boyle, also from the village, the 17-year-old youth who had gone to the rectory with him had denied stabbing the vicar.
Armitage concludes: "The launch of the new Ingredients Division will help to drive the company forwards as we continue to expand Rectory Food Group's portfolio to become a major force in the food industry.
Senior carer Helen Males told police who arrested her that there was a huge divide and two rival camps at The Old Rectory in Wenvoe.
WORCESTER - A city man allegedly broke into Our Lady of the Angels rectory on Main Street after midnight yesterday, rummaged through several rooms, then fled with several gift cards after he was confronted.
The return of the creatures was filmed by Ricky Francis, joint owner of The Old Rectory, below Cadair Idris between Dolgellau and Machynlleth.
This involves plans to build a store on vacant land in the commercial area off Spring Wood Road, near Rectory Lane, behind Guisborough Medical Centre, near the Focus store.
The picture was taken at the Rectory, Bensham (corner of Rectory Road) around 1946.
Linda Owen is hold a charity night on Saturday, April 9, at The Rectory Pub in Grayswood Avenue, Chapelfields, Coventry.
The late star's Grade IIlisted rectory in Herefordshire has just gone on the market.