The English surname Vickery, found chiefly in Devon and Cornwall, is an occupational name for a parish priest, or a locational name for where the parish priest lived. The name is derived from the Middle English term vica(i)re, vikere (Old French vicaire, from Latin vicarius meaning “substitute, or deputy”). The word was originally used to denote someone who carried out pastoral duties on behalf of the absentee holder of a benefice. The earliest record of the name is in the Domesday Book in 1086 in Devon, in the southwest of England.
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