'vicar' can also refer to...

David McVicar (b. 1967)

Hedley Shafto Johnstone Vicars (1826—1855) army officer and evangelical

John Gibson MacVicar (1800—1884) Church of Scotland minister and writer

John MacVicar Anderson (1835—1915)

John Vicars (1580—1652) chronicler and poet

Richard Vicars Boyle (1822—1908) civil engineer

Sir Arthur Edward Vicars (1862—1921) herald and genealogist

Thomas Vicars (1589—1638) theologian

Vicar Apostolic

Vicar General

Vicar of Bray

Vicar of Bray

Vicar of Bullhampton

Vicar of Christ

Vicar of Wakefield



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(Lat., vicarius, ‘substitute’).

Title of certain Christian priests. In the Church of England a vicar is the priest of a parish whose tithes were the property of a monastery in ...

Subjects: Religion — Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

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