- n plot of land belonging to an English parish church or an ecclesiastical office
- A century ago, a pastor's income consisted of tithes (10% of each farmer's yield), plus glebe lands (owned by the parish), plus the pastor's own private income as the son of a .
- George at Oxford; George not knowing what he wants to do except that it is not politics, empire-building, society life or the glebe; George spinning like an amiable, girlish .
- Fertil of corn the glebe, oyl and wine, With herds the pastures throng'd, with flocks the hills, Huge Cities and high tow'r'd, that well might seem.
News & Articles
- Mountain View Antique and Classic Car Show coming to the Glebe June 15th
The Fourth Annual Mountain View Antique and Classic Car Show at The Glebe featuring some of the best antique and classic automobiles from around the area will take place on Saturday, June 15 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on the back lawn of The Glebe at 200 The Glebe Boulevard in Daleville. Dads will [...]
June 10, 2013 - Roanoke Times
- Botetourt schools honor 2013 retirees
Botetourt County Public Schools held a dinner honoring teachers and staff leaving the Division due to retirement. The dinner took place on June 6, 2013 at The Glebe. The combined specialty choirs at both high schools performed prior to dinner. 2013 Retirees: Rebecca Boone, Kindergarten,Troutville Elementary Kathleen Byrne, Custodian, Lord Botetourt High John Busher, Administration, [...]
June 7, 2013 - Roanoke Times
- Gord Hunter in Ottawa Citizen
Generally individuals may not like everything about the plan but they want to see something done,Hunter said. "I think a few people also resent that Glebe residents seem to be treating Lansdowne as their private backyard. Perhaps there's a...