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Returns of the Several Dioceses in Ireland

25/02/1806

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E L P H I rl. tfd 3 103 No. PARISHES. DESCRIPTION of the UNIONS. 1 18. Kilmore. A single parish, having a church but no glebe. 19. Kilglass. A single parish, having a church but no glebe. 20. Kilcorky. A single parish, in value about jT. 20 per ann. having neither church nor glebe. 21. 1. Comma. 2. Kiltoom. These parishes united in 1784, by Act of Council. Now and when united one church in the Union. In Kiltoom parifti 20 acres of glebe, whereon is a glebe- house. 22. 1. Bumlin. 2. Kiltrustan. 3. Lissonuffy. These parishes are contiguous, and have been epifcopally united for successive incumbents time immemorial. Now and heretofore one church in the Union, but no glebe. 23. 1. Fuerty. 2. Kilbegnet. 3. Athlegue. These parishes are contiguous, and have been episcopally united for successive incumbents time immemorial. There is a church in Fuerty parish, and one in Athlegue, and a glebe of twenty acres in Athlegue parish, but no glebe- house. 24. Tarmonbarry. A single parish, having neither church nor glebe. The curate reads prayers in a private house of the parish. 25. Ardcarne. A single parish, having a church, and a glebe lately granted by the present Bishop of Elphin, whereon a glebe- houfe has fince been erected. 26. Ahamplish. A single parish, having a church but no glebe. 2-. Castleblakeney, or Killefolan. \ , . A single parish, having a church, and glebe of 82 acres, whereon is a glebe- house. 28. St. Peter's Athlone. A single parish, having a church built laft year, and a glebe of fix acres, granted by the Incorporated Society, whereon a glebe- house has since been erected. 29. Kilnamanagh. A single parish without glebe. A church built laft year in this parifh. In the course of the last ten years two Churches and four have been built in the Diocese. For the Churches, see Nos 28 ar. d 29; and for the Glebe- Houses, seGlebe- Housese Nos 4, 8, 25, 28. John Henry Kenney, Regiftrar. 13. Ec
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