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Returns of the Several Dioceses in Ireland

25/02/1806

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126 ( Ireland.)— DIOCESAN R E T U R N S: A RETURN of the Names of every Dignity, Prebend, Benefice, Donative, and Parochial non- resident, from June 5th 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 J4 15 16 ' 7 ' 9 No. Benefices. 23 24 Old Leighlin - Killinane Nurney Lorum Saint Kill Powerstown Killmacahill Grange Sylvae - Templepeter - Prebend of Tecolme Saint Mullins - Clonmulsk Kellistown Tullow - Barragh - Prebend of Ullard Prebend of Tullow- magymah. Kilranelagh Aghade Hacketstown - Baltinglass and Baly- nure, which are held by dispensation from the Crown. Rathvilly Clonmore, the corps of the Archdeaconry. Prebend of Aghold Clergyman's Name. l'rebend, Benefice, Donative, and Parochial Chapelry. The Rev. Dean Blacker, lately, but now the Rev. Dean Maunsell. The Rev. Mr. Fairclough - The Rev. Thos Brooke Clarke The Rev. Benjan Hobart - The Rev. Jas Mc Grath The Rev. John Kennedy The Rev. Wm Latta The Rev. Edwd Bayly The Rev. William Pasley - The Rev. Hamilton Morgan The Rev. Francis Thomas The Rev. Jn0 Reed The Rev. Fredk Eyre Trench The Rev. Thos Davis The Rev. James Morgan The Rev. George Alcock - The Rev. Wm Waller The Rev. Dominic Edwd Blake The Rev. Henry St George The Rev. Danl Mc Neill - The Rev. Robt Carter The Rev. John Whitty The Rev. John Elgee The Rev. James Mc Ghee - Old Leighlin a rectory, Wells a rectory, with the chapel of Bally- nockan, Tullowcrine a rectory. Killinane a rectory, no glebe, 110 church, small parish Nurney, a rectory - Lorum, a rectory - Saint Kill, a rectory Powerstown, a consolidated rectory and vicarage. Killmacahill, a vicarage Grange Sylvae, a rectory Templepeter, a rectory, no church nor glebe, a very small parish. Tecolme a vicarage, a small parish and 110 church, not worth £ 20 per Annum, united to Dysart, Enos, and Kiltail vicarages. Saint Mullins, a vicarage. Clonmulsk, a rectory - Kellistown, a rectory and vicarage consolidated. Tullow, a rectory and vicarage con- solidated. Barragh, - a vicarage - Graigue, a rectory,- Ullard, a rec- tory. Union of Staplestown, consisting of Tullowmagymah a rectory, Ballycroge rectory, and Ballina- caring an impropriate cure. Kilranclagh rectory and icarage - Union of Aghade, consisting of the impropriate cures of Aghade and Ardristin, vicarage of Ballow and rectory of Gilberstown. Hacketstown, a rectory Baltinglass a rectory, Ballynure a rectory. Rathvilly, a rectory and vicarage Clonmore, a rectory - Aghold, a rectory, Mullmacuff, Crycrim, and Liscoleman impro priate cures. I27 Chapel, within the DIOCESE of LEIGHLIN; with the Names of the Incumbents refident, and 1804 to June 5th 1805. I i Refident or Not. Perfons who have received Permiffion from their Diocefan. Residing on a Benefice in the diocese of Armagh, vacated the deanery in Nov. 1804.; his fuccefibr Mr. Maunsell, permitted by the Bishop to be ab- sent for one year. Non- resident Chaplain to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, and resides in London. Resides on the union of Urghlin, in same diocefe. Resides very near his parish Resides on a benefice in the diocese of Ferns. Resides at Powerstown of which he is curate, near his Parish. Non- resident Non- resident, the rector employed in an extenfive curacy in same diocese. Non- resident, employed in the extensive curacy of the union of Stradbally. Non- resident, no provision ' allowed by the Im- propriator, for the discharge of any paftoral duties. Resides near his parish, not having any glebe or glebe house. Resides in his parish in a glebe house lately built on his glebe, consisting of twenty- one acres. Resides in his parish. Resides in the the diocese of Ferns, in the parifh of Newtown Barry, of which he is Rector. Has almost completed a glebe- house Building a glebe house- house, non- resident - Resides in his parish. Resides in the parish of Aghade. Used to reside in his parish, until obliged to go to Dublin on account of very ill health. Resides in the parish of Baltinglass. Resides at Baltinglass, within two miles of his parifli. Resident in the union of Wexford, diocese of Ferns. Resident in his parish of Aghold. The Rev. George Maunsell, by permission of the Bishop for one year. By permission of the Bishop. By permission of the Bishop, no church or glebe. By permission of the Bishop. By permission of the Bishop. Non- resident, by permission of the Bishop until the house is completed. By permission of the Bishop until the house is completed.
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