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Returns of the Several Dioceses in Ireland

25/02/1806

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I 4 2 "( Ireland.)— M O C E S A N R E T U R N S: 6. 8. The Prebend of Kirane, with a vicarage 7 endowed - - - • " " J The Benefice of Duncormuck consists of Duncormuck - - - a vicarage. Bannow - - - - the like. Kilkevan - - a rectory & vicarage. Ambrosetown - - the like. 4 parishes contiguous. A fine cure. The parishes of Bannow, Kilkevan, and Am- brosetown only, episcopally united to Duncor- muck in 1759. The Prebend of Coolstuff, the Corps of which is Coolstuff - - - - rectory. One parish The Prebend of Feathard, the Corps of which is only a rectory collative. Feathard - f Hooke - - a vicarage. I °' rU_' ife} an imp. cure. 3 parishes contiguous. The vicarage of Hooke, and the impropriate cure of Templetown, were episcopally united to the prebend of Feathard in 1781. The Prebend of Edermine, the Corps of which is only Edermine - - a- rectory & vicarage. Ballynaslany - an imp. cure. 2 parishes contiguous. The impropriate cure of Ballynaslany is only episcopally united to the prebend of Edermine in 1805. 10. The Prebend of Taghmon, the Corps of which is only Taghmon - - - a rectory. Ballyconnick, and - - 7 a rec. collative. Ballymithy - - - J an imp. cure. 3 parishes contiguous. 12. ' 3 The Prebend of Kilrufh, the Corps of which is Kilrufli - - - - - a reftory. One parifli. The Prebend of Tomb, the Corps of which consists of Tomb - a reftorv. Kilcomb - - - - the like. Rossmenogue ... the like. 3 parishes united, contiguous. The Rectorv of Kiltinell, is Kiltinell o'rwise Cour- 7 an entire rectory town - - - presentative.' This 1 parish, with the other 3 parishes, make 4 parishes in all. The Prebend of Clone, the Corps of which is only Clone - - - a rec. & vicarage, Kilbride - - - a rec. collative. Ferns - - - a vicarage. 3 parishes contiguous. Ballyconnick and Ballymithy were episco- pally united to the prebend of Taghmon 1785. These 3 parishes united by Act of Council, dated zd Sept. 1720. Lately presented by Ld Courtown to incum- bent. Clone was episcopally united for this time only to Ferns in 1798. Kilbride and Ferns united by Act of Council 14th December 1776. F 5£ II N S. I43 » In detached pieces in the parish of A. R. P. Duncormuck there are about - 17 0 0 of Glebe In Bannow, about - - - 3 0 0 20 0 0 There is, and always has been, a parish church at Duncormnck, in which divine service is every Sunday performed by a licensed curate. There is a thatched house in the parish of Dun- cormuck adjoining the church in very indifferent order, unfit for residence of incumbent; there ij 110 memorial of any other glebe- house. There is a glebe near the. church- yard, of about - - - 3 2 30 One other at Ballyshelan, of about ( by Down Survey) - - x 0 20 which has not within the memory of man been in possession of the prebendary. No church but the ruins of one.— A good ^ kbe- house, built by the present incumbent which is certified for. Two glebes: one at Slade, in the par. of Templetown, of about - 700 The other at Hooke, about -- zoo A church at Feathard, in which divine fervice is every Sunday performed. No glebe- house, incumbent lives in a ca'ftle clofe to the church. A glebe at Edermine of about - 20 0 0 A church at Edermine almost in ruins, in which divine service is every Sunday performed. No glebe- house There are in Taghmon, 2 glebes, One containing about - - - 0 0 21 The other about 0 3 3 A very neat church at Taghmon, divine service every Sunday.— No glebe- house. Rector resides in an house in the parish. No glebe. A church at Kilrush, divine service every Sunday. — No glebe- house A glebe at Camolin, par. of Tomb 20 1 8 One at Rossmenogue, about - - 13 5 17 34 0 25 A glebe at Prospect, about two miles from the church, of about 25 1 20 A church at Camolin, divine service every Sun- day.— No glebe- house, incumbent, lives in an houfe near the church. A church at Kiltinell, divine service every Sunday. — No glebe- house. Kiltinell lies about 7 miles from Camolin, is at- tended by a curate. Glebe at Clone - - - 21 1 3° Glebe at Ferns - - - - 29 2 i> 51 0 5 There always has been a church at Ferns, divine service every Sunday. A good . glebe- house, put in good repair since the rebellion.
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