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Papers Relating to The Established Church in Ireland

29/07/1807

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254 E OC L E S I A S T I C A L PlEPORTS, I. N 1S07, [ Ardfert Sr Nunibrr ' of Benefices. > 7- .18. O q U A § H u o I. J9. 20. 2 1. 23- 2+. 1 . N AJM E S of B£ N E F I C E S, ami Sub- Denominat ons of each : Number of P A R I S H E S in each : Diltances of " Parifties from cach other : Eftimated Extent of t'uch Parilhes as are contiguous. Tralee - - - Entire Reftory. NAMES of I N C U M B E N TS ; Whether having Cure of Souls, and in what Parishes ; Where Refident, and if NoiwRefident, for what Cauf--; By whom the Duties are performed. Rev. James Day, A. M. Killtallagh - - - - Rectory and Vicarage. Killgarrinlander D° D°. Currence — — - Entire Rectory. Knockane - - - - Rectory and Vicarage. Killorglin ------- Entire Rectory. Killtallagh is contiguous to X0i 2 & 3, and lies between them. According to the Down Survey ( which however gives no idea of the real extent cf these Parishes) they contain 8z6 acres. Nos 4 & 5 are contiguous, and separated from the rest by the River Mang, and by the Parish of Killcoleman ( which is always included in the Patent with those 5, but is, and was in 1669. enjoyed by the Crosbie Family as an Impropriation); 4 5 contain, by the same Survey, 885 acres. Brosna - Rectory and Vicarage. Rev. Edward Day, A. M.; has cure of souls in each Parish; resides in the Union, and performs the duties, assisted by a resident Curate. 3- Date of UNION of PARISHES, and By what Authority. In 1669 Knockane was separated from the rest, which were then held to- gether. It was united to them, by the Institution of the Incumbent of Knockane, to the others, in July 1682; ii nee whicn time they have been held together, but are con- sidered as only Episco- pally united. Rev. Joseph Jones; has cure of souls; is permitted to reside at Rathkeale, in Diocese of Limerick, because he there serves an im- portant cure, to the many duties of which he assiduously attends, and would have little duty at Brosna, which lies in the moun- tains. The Curate of Listowell is paid for attending this Parish. Killaneare Vicarage. Killgobban \ - - Rectory and Vicarage. Cloghane D° D°. These Parishes are contiguous, though the Parish of Killeiny is interposed between moft parts of them. They contain .... Aglish - - - - Vicarage. Rev. William Godfrey; has cure of souls; resides in the contiguous Parish of Killcoleman, where he is Curate, and performs the duties of Killaneare in person. Rev. Thomas Orpen Stewart has cure of souls in each Parish; resides in Glebe House, and per- forms the duties himself. These Parishes, and Killeiny, were held toge- ther in 1669, and so con- tinued till about the year 1760, when they were separated, and remained so during two Incumben- cies, till the year 1795, when they were again united by authority of the Diocesan. Rev. Walter Stewart; has cure of souls; resides in Kenmare, where he settled himself when Curate to that Union, which he served many years; is not now required to remove, being an old man in embarrassed circumstances, the duties of Aglish being very few, and having no Glebe House therein ; duties performed by Curate of Killarney, the adjoining Parish. Marhen - - - Vicarage. Dunqueen - - - D°. Dingle Entire Rectory. Rev. John Goodman; has cure of souls; resides in the adjoining Parish of Dingle, where he is Curate, and performs the duties of these Vica- rages himself. Were held together in 1669, and have been so held ever since, but are considered as only Epis- copally united. An Impropriation, belonging to Lord Ventry ; Rev. J. Goodman, Curate, resides, and performs the duties in person. Killeiny ----- Rectory and Vicarage. The duties performed by Incumbent of Killgobban. Honble. and Rev. Fredk Mullins; has cure of souls; resides in the Parish of Killtallagh, where he is Curate. This is at present per- mitted, as he has 110 residence in Killeiny, the glebe of which has been several years withheld ; it is now likely to be recovered, when h will be required to build and reside. A^ hadoc.] FOR PROVINCE OP MUNSTER. ' M , y
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