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Returns of the Several Dioceses in Ireland

25/02/1806

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EL P H I N. 101 , 4- DIOCESE OF ELPHIN. A RETURN of the Names and Number of Parishes comprized in each UNION of the Diocefe; the Period when United, and the Authority under which such Union was effefted; the Number of Acres of Glebe which appertain to each Parish, and whether a Glebe- Houfe is eredled thereon; the distance at which the Parishes lie if united, and not contiguous; and whether any and what Number of Churches now or when such Parishes were united. No. PARISHES. DESCRIPTION of the UNIONS. I. 1. Elphin. 2. Ogulla. Comprized in one Union, under the King's Patent to the Deans of Elphin time immemorial. There are about seventy- seven acres of glebe in the parish of Elphin, ard about one hun- dred and sixty one acres of glebe in the parish of Ogulla. There is a very old glebe- house in the parifii of Elphin, and it is in- tended shortly to erect a new one on a better fcite. The parishes are contiguous, and now and heretofore one church only in the parish of Elphin. 2. 1. Killuken. 2. Tumna. 3. Creeve. 4. Kilgeffin. These parishes belong to the Archdeacon of Elphin, who has a cure of souls. The three fir. t have been episcopally united time immemorial, and are contiguous. In 1802, the parish of Kilgeffin. ( worth about80. per ann. and distant from the other three about ten miles) was added to the Union by the prefent Bishop of Elphin, as it was thought that the income of the other three ( being only about £. 150. per ann.) was inadequate to the situation of an Archdeacon. Now and when united, one church only is in this Union, which is attended by the Archdeacon. 3- Artaugh, or Tibohine. A single parish, wherein there is a church but no glebe. 4- Ahaskeragh. A single parish, wherein there is a church and about twenty- four acres of glebe, whereon a glebe- house has been erected within the last three years. 5- \ 1. Killenvoy. 2. Kilmean. 3. Ivernoon. 4. Porterin. 5. Baharrow. These five parishes are contiguous, and have been episcopally united for every incumbent since the year 1769. There are ter acres of glebe in the parish of Raharrow, and one acre in Porterin Now and when united, one church in the Union, and no glebe- house. 6. 1. Oran. 2. Donamon. 3. Kilcroan. 4. Ballinakill. 5. Drumtemple. These five parishes are contiguous, and have been episcopally united for successive incumbents time immemorial. Now and heretofore one church in this Union, but no glebe. 7- 1. Roscommon, or Templeneilan. 2. Kilbride. 3. Kilteevan. Thefe three parishes are contiguous, and have been episco pally united, time immemorial, for successive incumbents. Now and heretofore one church, but no glebe in this Union.
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