Clerks of the Vestry (or Vestibule)
Clerks Of The Vestry (Or Vestibule)
were men in charge of the sacristy, with the furniture for high-mass, and the copes. At Durham they slept at night over the west end of the vestry, and, with two others, acted as bell-ringers. The latter slept in a chamber opposite the sacristan's office in the north alley. There were three clerks of the vestibule at York.