I spelled out the word “Manse” and again “Manse” and later on “try all manses near.”
Cathcart might, before this, come with the list of manses and their occupants.
It was some years before the manses were built, and homelessness added to poverty pressed heavily on the outed ministers.
They restored the presbyterian clergy to their churches and manses.
Thus in 674 or thereabouts Wulfhere king of the Mercians gives five manses to his kinsman Berhtferth as a perpetual inheritance.
Schools, vicarages, and manses were turned into temporary soldiers' homes.
The vicarages and manses of the country were denuded of their sons.
He was one of the leaders of the Free Church, and raised over £100,000 for manses for its ministers.
As a general rule the charters will account for just about the right number of manses, if the manses are to be the hides.
It builds academies, seminaries and colleges, and aids in the erection of churches and manses.