To get into this Vestry in the eminent capacity of vestryman, gigantic efforts are made, and Herculean exertions used.
Washington was vestryman of two parishes,—Fairfax and Truro.
Dolph, by way of his older brother, who was vestryman, might be termed sub-ecclesiastical.
She was roused by a formal visit from a vestryman,—one of the music committee.
Our life at Rudder Grange seemed to be in no way materially changed by my becoming a vestryman.
Washington was a vestryman and at times attended service here.
He was a man of affairs, a vestryman, and a member of the House of Burgesses.
At church he was equally active as a vestryman and a worshiper.
My father was a vestryman, and also a member of the building committee.
I mean, are you talking to me as a friend—or as a vestryman?