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The society runs a museum at the parsonage in Haworth, the village in northern England where Brontë grew up with her sisters Anne and Charlotte, both of whom also wrote major novels, and her brother, Branwell.
The center is in the former parsonage next door to St. Andrews Lutheran Church on Center Parkway.
The night before, on Oct. 30, Mairena had arrived at the parsonage next to the church to flashing police lights.
The Alabama sites include churches, church parsonages, homes and a hotel.
The pastor also envisions turning the parsonage next door - where his administrative offices are located - into an artists' retreat.
All proceeds will benefit an Eagle Scout Project to rebuild the parsonage walkway, led by Aiden Gamache.
Steventon Parsonage, Godmersham Park, Chawton House.
Church plants the seed Carmel United Methodist's pantry, which had its beginnings 25 years ago in a closet, now has its own home in the church's former parsonage.
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