noun, plural ves·try·men.
Examples from the Web for vestryman
"I hear you are fire-eaters here," he said to a vestryman upon being installed.The Tory Maid|Herbert Baird Stimpson
Clause 41, relating to the case of a Vestryman—a member of a District Board—not attending meetings for six months.
Roger Brett was a vestryman of Trinity Church from 1703 to 1706.The Life of Bret Harte|Henry Childs Merwin
He was a vestryman of St. Paul's Church and very much interested in its construction.Seaport in Virginia|Gay Montague Moore
At church he was equally active as a vestryman and a worshiper.A History of Pendennis, Volume 1|William Makepeace Thackeray