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Papers Relating to The Established Church in Ireland

29/07/1807

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Kiltoraght — - _ Vicarage. Clouney - -- -- -- -- -- Vicarage. These parishes are contiguous: estimated extent from IN. to S- 3 miles, from E. to VV. 3 miles. The Revd Arthur Brownlow Ford, A. B.; has cure of souls; the Incum- bent fled from the neighbourhood of Kilsenora, where he resided, during the Rebellion in 1798; and although enquiry has been made, the place of , is residence has not yet been dis- covered. By authority of the Diocesan, the 5th day of | January 1795. ECCLESIASTICAL REPORTS, IN 1807, [ Kilfenora. The Chancellorship; to which belong, as the Corps thereof, Kilcorney ----- Rectory Sc Vicarage. Kilhenny - -- -- -- -- -- The like. Oughtmanna - -- -- -- -- The like. Kilcorney and Kilhenny ?. re contiguous, and three miles distant from Oughtmanna: estimated extent from N. to S. 2 miles, from E. to W. 5 miles. The Treasurership ; to which belong, as the Corps thereof, Dromcrehy - -- -- -- -- - Rectory. Glaninagh - -- -- -- -- -- Rectory. With which are held, Episcopally united, Dromcrehy - -- -- -- -- - Vicarage. Glaninagh - -- -- -- -- - Vicarage. Rathbourney - - - - Rectory & Vicarage, Killonoghan - -- -- -- -- - The like. These parishes are contiguous: estimated extent, from N- to S. 5 miles, from E. to W. 7 miles. The Revd Robert Peacock, A. B. At a period prior to has cure of souls; resident at any known record, as Lorrha with the consent of the above. Diocesan; the occasional duties are performed by the Curate of Kilsenora. The Revd Thomas Robinson, A. B.; has cure of souls; is resi- dent near Mullingar, with consent of a former Diocesan, which has not been recalled by the present; his curate, the Revd Oliver Grace, A. B. does the duty, and is resi- dent. By authority of the Diocesan, the 23d day of November 1795. The ARCHDEACONRY • to which belong as the Corps thereof, Kilmacrehy - -- -- -- -- - Rectory. Kilmanaheen - -- -- -- -- - Rectory. Kilaspughenane - -- -- - -- Rectory. With which are held, Episcopally united, Kirmanaheen - — ...... Vicarage. Kilmacrehy - -- -- -- -- - Vicarage. Kilaspughenane -------- Vicarage. Killeilagh ------ - — . Vicarage. Kilmoon - -- -- -- -- - Vicarage. Killcilagh Rectory. Kilmoon - - — - - Rectory. Carrune - - - — Rectory. These parishes are contiguous: estimated extent from N. to S. 7 miles, from E. to W. 7 miles. The Revd James Kenny, L. L. D. has cure of souls; is resident. The five first Vicarages united by Act of Council, the 29th day of April, 1779, and united to the re- mamder by the authority of the Diocesan, the 28th ] day of June 1785. The Chantorship ; to which belong, as the corps thereof: Noughaval Rectory & Vicarage. Carrune - -- -- -- -- -- Vicarage. These parishes are contiguous : estimated extent from N. to S. z miles, from E. to W. 4 miles. The Revd Michael Davoren, A. M. has cure of souls; is not resident; is ordered to reside on his other preferment in the Diocese of Killaloe. At a period prior to any known record, as above. Number of Benefices. No. 3. continued.— D I O C E S E Names ot BENEFICES and DENOMINATIONS; Number of PARISHES in each Benefice ; Their Distance from each other ; and, Estimated Extent of such as are Contiguous. The DEANFRY of the Cathedral Church ; to which belong, as the Corps thereof: Kilfenora - ----- Rectory & Vicarage. Kiltoraght Rectory. Cloney - - Rectory. These parishes are contiguous : estimated extent from N. to S. four miles, from E. to W. five miles. 2. INCUMBENTS, Whether having Cure of Souls ; Where Refident; if not RefiJent, for what Caufe ; and B.- whom the Duties are performed. The Revd George Stevenson, L. L. D. ; has cure, of souls in the parish of Kilsenora; resides at Cal- lan, in the county of Kilkenny, which he holds by Faculty; the du- ties are performed by his Curate, the Revd John Sympson Armstrorg, A. B. who resides within two miles of the church. BENEFICES, When United, and Ey what Authority. At a period prior to any known record ; pro- bably at the firfl inftitu- tion of the Deanery, and by whatever authority was then competent. Kilfcnora.] FOR PROVINCE OF MVNSTE*. Oc 27$ i r OF KILFENORA. 4- Number of CHURCHES; Whether in Repair, and in what Parifhe « they ( land. 5- GLEBE HOUSES; In what Parifh;— what Glebe Lands;— Whether contiguous; or How far removed from each other, and from the Church, or Site of the old Church. A Church, in gocd re- No Glebe Houfe; no return of glebe land, bur pair, in the pariih of Kil- eftimated at gcA. within o.. e quarter of a mile of fenora. the cnurch. No Church. No Glebe Houfe; ^ lebe land IA. 2R. in the pariih of Carrune, near the fite of the old chuich. No Church. No Glebe Houfe; glebe land,- I8A. o*. 14P. in the parifh of Ki'corney; and 2R. in the parifh of Kilhennv, each convenient to the fites of the old churchcs. A Church, in good re- pair, in the pariih of Rathbourney. A Church, in good re- pair, in the pariih of Kilmanahcen. No Glebe Houfe ; no return of glebe land. C U RATES Salaries in Cafes of permitted Non- Relidence of the Ic. cumbents; whether Kefident or not. Salary £. 7 j. A Glebe Houfe in the parifh of Kilmanaheen ; glebe land infaid pariih, 40A. within half a mile of the church ; 1 A. 3R. 15 p. in the pariih of Ki- lafpughenane, and 3A. 2R. 3) P. in the pariih of Kilmacrehy ; each of thefe convenient to the fites of the old churches. No Church. No Glebe Houfe; r. o glebe land. LIVINGS of a Value too fmall to afford Comfort to the Incumbents. Each of thefe, fe- parately, too fmall. Thefe tx> fmall. pari ( he*
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