Definition of Pewholders
1. pewholder [n] - See also: pewholder
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pewholders
pewholders (current term)
Literary usage of Pewholders
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Commentaries on the Law of Private Corporations: Whether with Or Without by Charles Fisk Beach (1891)
"Of the rights of pewholders in religious societies. ... The interest of tho pewholders is several. They have an exclusive right to occupy a particular seat, ..."
2. The Church in Eastern Ohio: A History with Special Reference to the Parishes by Joseph Beatty Doyle (1914)
"New St. James's Church Consecrated—Unprecedented Congregations and Confirmation Class—Early pewholders at St. Paul's—One.fifth of Diocesan Communicants in ..."
3. The Revised Statutes of New Brunswick by New Brunswick, William Boyd Kinnear (1855)
"An Act to repeal all the laws now in force relating to Saint Andrew's Church, in the City of Saint John, and for incorporating certain persons pewholders of ..."