Keys to the Past

Glossary

Vicarage

A vicarage is the house where a vicar lives. Medieval vicars sometimes lived in pele towers. Examples of such peles are at Corbridge, Elsdon and Ponteland, (Northumberland) - but these did not save the vicar of Rookhope, Weardale, (see the Reivers).

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