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Returns of the Several Dioceses in Ireland

25/02/1806

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( Ireland.)— D I O C E S A M R E T U R N S : — F E R N S . No. Names of Dignities. Names of Clergy. Refidence. 3l' The Union of Killurin. A church at Killurin. The Rev. Abraham Swanne, rector. Refident. 32- The Benefice of Rathmacknee. No church. The Rev. Francis Pentland, rector. Refident. 33- The Union of Horetown. A church at Horetown. The Rev. Simon Little, rector. Refident, 34- The Union of Killesk. A church at Ballyhack in the par. of St James's. The Rev. Wm Glascott, rector. Refides. in the adjoining pa- rish of White Church.— No glebe or glebe- house. 35- The Benefice of Carnew. A church at Carnew. The Rev. Charles Cope, rector. Refident. 36. The Union of Ballyvalden. A church at Kilmuckridge. The Rev. Thos Olliwell Moore, vicar. The vicar did reside until he resigned in August 1804. His successor, the Rev. Ralph Cumine, resides near Gorey, by permission of the bishop, but discharges the duties of the parishes. 37- The Union of Kilpipe. A church at Kilpipe. The Rev. John Clarke, cu- rate. Refident. 38. The Union of Donaghmore. Two churches; One at Donaghmore, The other at Ardamine. The Rev. Ulysses Jacob, who at present officiates, is an old infirm man, much subject to the gout. Only £. 46 allowed for the duties of both churches— No glebe or glebe- house.— Resides about 5 miles from the two churches. 39- The Union of Owenduffe. A church at Tintern. The Rev. Wm Sutton, vicar. Not resident, from infir- mity, by permission of the bishop.
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