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Returns of the Several Dioceses in Ireland

25/02/1806

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i S 3 ( Ireland.)— D I O C E S A N R E T U R N S: The rectory and vicarage of Clonduffe. The rector and vicar, the Rev. Chas Leslie, clerk; resided many months of the last year in his glebe- house of Clonduffe, he had then the bishop's lesve of absence, as he constantly keeps a resident curate who serves the church of Clonduffe. The rectory of Anacloan. The rector, the Hon. and Rev. Pierce Meade, clerk; occasionally serves the church of Anacloan, but having no glebe- house, has the bishop's leave to refide in a neighbouring parish, and has the church of Anacloan constantly served by a curate. The rectory and vicarage of Drumgooland. The rector and vicar, the Rev. Thos Tighe, clerk ; constantly resides in a house of his own near tae church of Drumgooland. The vicarage of Drumballyrony, United to the vicarage of Drumgooland, to which it is close adjoining. The vicar, The Rev. Thomas Tighe, clerk; has caused a church to be built in this parish where there was none before, and paid a curate to serve the same, who having lately left him he serves the church himself till he can procure another curate. The vicarage of Drumgath. The vicar, the Rev. Henry Boyd, clerk: having no glebe- house resides in a hired house near the church. The vicarage of Kilbrony. The vicar, the Rev. Thomas Ross, clerk; having no glebe or glebe- house, constantly resides in a house of his own near the church. The vicarage of Donoughmore. The vicar, the Rev. Brabazon Smith, clerk; constantly resides in his vicarage- house near the church. The vicarage of Aghaderg. The vicar, the Rev. Joseph Mc Coomick, clerk; has lately built a new glebe- house, in which he constantly resides. The vicarage of Seapatrick. The vicar, the Hon, and Rev. Pierce Meade, clerk; constantly officiates, but his glebe- house being much out of repair, he has the bishop's leave to reside in a neighbouring parish till it can be repaired or rebuilt. The vicarage of Magherally. The vicar, the Rev. William Sampson, clerk; constantly resides in the glebe- house of Magherally. The vicarage of Garvaghy. The vicar, the Rev. Thomas Beatty, clerk; constantly resided in his glebe- house till it was found so much out of repair as to require to be rt built, and until this can be done he resides in the next adjoining parish, but regular ; y officiates at his church at Garvaghy.
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