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Papers Relating to The Established Church in Ireland

29/07/1807

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Shanagolden Vicarage. Killbroderan - - - - Rectory & Vicarage. Killmoylan - -- -- -- -- - Vicarage. held by Faculty with Tankardstown . Rectory & Vicarage. Killfergus Vicarage. Killcoleman — - - Rectory & Vicarage. Revd George Vincent; has cure of souls; resides in the Parish, and performs the duties in person. Revd Thomas Maunsell; has cure of souls; resides on his be- nefice in Diocese of Ossory; duties performed by Vicar of Shanagolden golden. Revd Wm Deane Hoare ; has cur of souls in each Parish ; refides in Limerick, where he attends a Church, ani is assistant Curate in St. Michael's Parish; he . s there- fore, and because there is neither Church nor Glebe house in his Parishes, which are also of small value, not required to reside; the duties are per- formed by the Incumbents of adjacent Parishes. Revd William Ashe; has cure ot souls ; re fid'S in Newcastle Parish, where he has been many- years Cu- rate ; is not required to reside, hav- ing either Church or Glebe, and jti'. fan old man ; duties performed Sy Curate of contiguous Parith. Abbeyfeale - - - - - Vicarage. Monisternenagh Vicarage Kilfentinen Vicarage. Revd John Stone; has cure of souls;' resides 011 his benefice in Diocese of Ossory; duties performed by; Vicar of adjoining Parish. Vacant ; duties performed by Reverend John Parker, living in in adjacent Parish. Revd john Bennett; has cure souls ; performs the'duty in person; resides in a neighbouring parish, to which he is a Curate. Revd Mich1 Fitzgerald has cure > f fouls; resides in the town of Ennis, where he keeps an eminent school; on hich account, as well as the nature of his parish, having neither church nor glebe) he has not hitherto been required to reside The duties at- ended by the Curate of the neighbouring parish. - sLv Benefices. n each ; other, when not contiguous : Estimated Extent of such Parishes as are contiguous. [ Limerick. 3- Date of UNION of PARISHES, and By what Authority. Rathronan Rectory & Vicarage. Killahathan - Vicarage. Revd Edward Wight; has cure of souls; resides in the parish, and performs the duties. Revd William Butler Odell; ha; cure of souls; is now fitting up a residence close to the Parish, and performs the duties. Wrigare - -- -- - — Vicaragc. Revd William Maunsell, A. M.; has cure of souls ; is an old man unable to perform any duty ; tilt Vicar of Bruff attends this Parish. Revd Henry Bevan ; has cure of souls; resides in Killpeacon, where he is Curate ; is not required to reside becauie of the poverty of the Parish, and the smallness of the duty; duties performed by Incum- bent of adjacent Parish. Revd Gustavus Wybrants; has These Parishes h: « v~ cure of souls; resides in Askeaton been ahvavs held toge- Parish, and performs the duties in ther, but are considered ai person. only Episcopally united. Vicarage. Askeaton - Lismakeery - - - Vicarage. O Entire Rectory. ' Dromdeely im crick.] FOR Province OF MUKSTER. 4- Number of CHURCHES; Whether in Repair, and in what Parilhes they ( land. A Church, in indif- ferent repair. No Church. No Church. GLEBE HOUSES ; and in what PARISHES fituated ; Glebe Lands, wherher contiguous, or how far removed from cach other: Balances of Glebe from Church, or from Site of old Church. No Glebe Houfe Glebe near the church - - - £ A. 2 R. 10 P. No Glebe Houfe or Glebe. No Giebe Hcufe. or Glebe. A Church, in Afkea- ton, in good repair. No Church. A Church, in good No Glebe Houfe. Aikeaton Glebe near the church 3A. 2 R. 23 P Lifmakeery DD near old church 13 A. 2 R. 16 No Glebe Houfe or Glgbe. 6. SALARIES paid to Curates in Cafes of permitted Non- Refjdence: Rcfidence of CURATES. /• PARISHES too fmall to afford to Refident Incumbent! the means of Comf> rt. Killaliathan but £. 14. a year. Incumbent of Askeaton paid £. 1. 10. a year for attending the duties. - Dromdecly but £. 20. a year. Vicar of Bruff is paid £. 3. a year for attending the duties rcoair. NoGlcbeHoul'e; glebeclofetochurch IA. IR. OP Glebe 5 mile from church - IA. 2R. IOP. D° 2 miles from D° - - 2 A. OR. I3P. No Church. No Church. No Glebe Houfe in the Pariih; no glebe in Kiilmoylan : gleb » in Tankardstown - iz acres. No Church. No Church. No Chuich. No Church. No Church. No Glebe Houfe. Glebe near the old church- - - 4. A. 2 R. o p. No Glebe Houfe or Glebe. No Glebe Houfe. Glebe clofe to old church 3 A. o R. 20 p. No Glebe Houfe or Glebe. No Houie or Glebe. Each of thefe Parilhes feparately. Wregare but £. 20. a year. Shanagolden. Killbroderan. Vicar of Shanagolden paid £. 3. a year for duties of Kil- moylan. Vicar of BrufF paid £. 3. a year for duties of Tankardstown. Curate of Killnaghtin, in Ardfert Diocese, paid £. 10. a year for attending duties of Killfergus. Vicar of Shanagolden is paid £. 3. a year for attending the duties ofKillcoleman. Curate's Salary £. 1. 2. 9. No Houfe ; no glebe. Killmoylan. Tankardstown. Kiilfcrgus. Killcoleman. Abbeyleale. Too fmdl to af- ford the means of co: nfort. - - - D° CHA' Limerick, Ardfert & Aghadoe*
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