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Papers Relating to The Established Church in Ireland

29/07/1807

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a6z ECCLESIASTICAL REPORTS, IN 1807, - [ Killalce. 1 \ r '>••'' i • . ... ... No. 3.— DIOCESE —.— 1. 2. 3. • 1 Number of Benefices. No. of Denominations. Names of BENEFICES and DENOMINATIONS; Number of PARISHES in each Benefice; Their Di'tances from each other ; and, Eftimatei Extent of fuch as are Contiguous. INCUMBENTS"; Whether having Cure of Souls J Where Refident; if not Refident, for what Caufe ; and by whom the Duties are performed. BENEFICES, When United, and 0 • By what Authority. R 1. 1. 2. 3- 4- The DEANERY of the Cathedral Church of KILLALOE; to which belong, as the corps thereof, Kilkeary - - - Entire Rectory. Dromineer - ------- the like. Ballyneclough — - -- -- - Vicarage. Terryglass - -- -- -- - — Vicarage. These parishes are not in any instance contiguous to each other; they are dispersed through the diocese in some instances, part of two, in others, parts of three parishes in- tervening. The Revd Peter Carleton, A. M.; has cure of souls; he is resident at Coolock near Dublin, which parish he holds by Faculty with the Deanery ; the duties are performed by the officiating Ministers of the parishes respectively, adjoining the several parishes of this Benefice. At a period long prioi to any known record ; . probably at the firlt in ilitution of the Deanery, and by whatever autho- rity was then competent. R 1 2. X. 2. The Chantorship; to which belong, as the corps thereof, Lateragh - — - -- -- Entire Rectory. Innisdadrom - - - - Rectory & Vicarage. These parishes are not in any instance con- tiguous; they are situated indifferent parts of the diocese, and are at least 30 miles asunder. The Revd Samuel Jocelen Ot- way, A. B.; has cure of souls; he is resident at Castle Otway, within one mile of the parish of Lateragh, and does the duty of said parish himself; the Diocesan intends to order his residence. At a period long prioi to any known record, probably at the first in- stitution of the Chantor- ship, and by whatever authority was then com- petent. : — 3- 1. 2. 3. 4- 5- The Chancellorship; to which belong, as the corps thereof, Toomevara alias Templedowney - - Entire Rectory, Ballymackey ... Vicarage. With which are held, Episcopally united, Ballymackey - -- -- — - - Rectory. Aghnameadle - - - Rectory Sc Vicarage. Ballygibbon - - - - the like. Kilderrydadrom - - the like. These parishes are contiguous; estimated extent from N. to S. 5 miles, from E. to W. 6 miles. The Honble and Revd Arthur Vesey, A. B.; has cure of souls; is resident at Abbeyleix; has a Faculty for holding the Living of Abbeyleix, where he resides, with this Benefice; the duties are per- formed by the Revd James Hill Poe, A. B. his Curate, who is re- sident. By authority of the Diocesan, on the 5th day of January 1799. R jr 4- 1. 2. 3- The Treasurership; to which belong, as the corps thereof, Dromline - -- -- -- -- - Vicarage. With which are held, really united, Kilnasoologh Vicarage. Kilmaleere - -- -- -- -- - Vicarage. The above parishes are contiguous; efli- mated extent from N. to S. 3 miles, from E. to VV. 4 miles. The Revd John Palmer, A. M ; has cure of souls; is resident. By Act of Council, the 14th day of December 1802. life; 5- I. 2- 3 4- The ARCHDEACONRY; to which belong, as the corps thereof, Aghliscloghane - -- -- -- - Vicarage^ With which are held, Episcopally united, Aghlishcloghane - - - Rectory. Lorrha - - - - ~ - - Redtory & Vicarage. Bonohan - - -- -- -- -- -- the like. Dorrha --- the like. These parishes are contiguous; eflimated extent foniN. to S. 5 mile;., fio. r. E. to W. 6 miles. The Revd Samuel Synge, A. M.; has cure of souls; is resident in the city of Dublin, but has been or- dered bv the Diocesan to reside; the dut'es are performed by the Curate, the Revd Robert Peacock, A. B. By authority ef the Diocesan, the Jith day of May 1785. 1 i ' 1 \ Kill'aloe.] FOJI'PROVINCI OF MUNSTER. OF KILLALOE. I: A Church building in the parifh of Ballyne- clough. 4- Number of CHURCHES; Whether in Repair, and in what Paiifh they ftand. None. GLEBE HOUSES; In what Parifli;— what Giebe Landj ;- » Whether contiguous; or How far removed from each other, and from the Church, or Site of the old Church. No Glebe Houfe; glebe land about IB. OP m the town of Killaloe ; nearly eight miles dif- tant from the fite of the church now building. No Glebe Houfe ; glebe land - 3 A. IR. 22P. fituate in the parifh of Kilmore; and nearly fix miles diftant from the fite of the old church of Lateragh. A Church, in good re- pair, in the parifh of Ballymackey. No Glebe Houfe, or gleba land, in any of thefe parifhes. A Church, in good re- ; ipair, in the parifli of Kil -. nafoologh. 6. CURATES Salaries n Cales of permitted Non- Rt. fiier. ce of the Incumbents; whether Refident or not. LIVINGS of a Vatue too f. nall to aft. ird Comfort tj the Incumbents. The occafional duties are performed as flated in the 4th column. The occafional duties are performed in the pariih of Lateragh, by the Jncurrbcnt and in Innifdadrom by the neareft officiating Clergyman. Each of thefe pi- rifhes, feparately, it too fmall. Each of thefe pa- rifhes, feparately, is too fmall. . Salary £. 75. Duties are performed as in the 4th column. A Church, in good re- oair, in the pariih of . Lorrha. No Glebe Houfe; glebe land, IA. OR. 38', P and 12 A. oa. OP. both in the parifh of Kilnafoo- logh, and about half a quarter of a m'le diltant from each other; and the fmalj glebe near the church yard. This Union too fmall to afford com- fort to the Incum- bent; receives £. 30. per annum from the 1 irft Fruits. No Glebe Houfe; glebe land in the parifh of Aghlilhcloghane, 8A. IR 54P. and 5A. OR. 33P. are more than a mi. e diltan trorn each other, tne former convenient to the fite of the old church ; 1 A. IP.. 9P. in the parifh of Larrha, near the fite of the oklcnurch; 1 A. OR. 20P. and 4.1. OR,. 15P. , ie firlt near the lite of the o d c urcn, the otner lillant from it one quarter o: a mile in the parifh > t Bo. iohan ; 3R. 241-. and 3A. OR. OP. in :' ie pariih of Donh.., .: e J fhon dillance from c xn other, and convenient to th'c fite of the old c. iuich. Curate refident, at £. 50. per annum.
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