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Papers Relating to The Established Church in Ireland

29/07/1807

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r- 4 E C C L E S I A S T I C A L R E P O R T S , IN 1 8 0 7, [ Emly. I. o CJ E 3 55 Q 1. 2. 3- 4- I. 1. 2. Names of BENEFICES and DENOMINATIONS; Number of PARISHES in each Benefice; Their Diitances from each other ; and, Erti mated Extent of fuch as are contiguous. The Prebend of Killenellick: to which be- long, as the corps thereof, Galbally Rectory & Vicarage ; containing 5,268 acres. Dutrileague, parcel of the above. Ballingarry - - - - Rectory entire; containing 2,187 acres. Clonlarkagh, parcel of Ballingarry. Kilbehenny Rectory entire; containing 1,339 ncres- Ballinlondry - - - - Rectory & Vicarage ; containing 1,444 acres. Contiguous. The Prebend of Doon ; consists of 2. INCUMBENTS, Whether having Cure of Souls s whether Refident; If not Refident, for what Caufe; and by whom are the Duties performed. BENEFICES; When United, and by what Authority. The Revd Joseph Preston; has cure of souls, and resident; and is assisted by a Curate. Doon ...... containing 4.500 acres. ReSory entire ; The Revd Richd Chadwick; has cure of souls, and is resident. The Prebend of Lattin ; consists of Lattin - Rectory entire ; containing 1,810 acres. Bruis - -- — Rectory entire; containing 1,982 acres. Corroge. Clonpet Vicarage ; containing 1,157 acres. The Revd Geo. Gustavus Baker; has cure of souls; holds a Living in the Diocese of Limerick, on which he is supposed to reside, according to the terms of the Faculty granted by the Primate. The Rev Hugh Dixon performs the duties. Cordanean - - - - - Vicarage; containing 1,654 acres :— contiguous. The Prebend of Isertlaurence ; consists of Isertlaurence - - — - Rectory. Abington Rectory entire; containing 5,718 acres. Tough - - - Rectory & Vicarage ; containing 631 acres :— contiguous. At a period to which no known record reaches ; probably at the first in- stitution of the Prebend, and by the authority then competent. No Union. At a period to which no known record reaches, probably at the firll in- stitution of the Prebend, and by the authority then competent. The Archbishop of Cashel; has no cure of souls, there being a Vicarage endowed. No. 33. The Revd Wm Galwey; has cure of souls; and is resident. By Act of Council, in 1776. Cahirconlish — ... Vicarage; containing 4,334 acres. Luddenbeg Vicarage; containing 650 acres. Canigparson - Rectory & Vicaragc; containing 602 acres:— contiguous. Clonbeg Rectory entire; containing 2,801 acres. The Revd Richd Cox ; has cure of souls; and is resident. The Revd Wm Massy ; has cure of souls, and is resident. By Act of Council, in 1791. No Union. Emly.] _ FOR P R O V I N C E OF M U N S T E R . 325 4. Number of CHURCHES; Whether in Repair ; in what Pariin they ( land 5- GLEBE HOUSES; In what Parifh :— what Glebe Lands ;— Whether contiguous; or how far removed from each other; how far from the Church, or Site of the old Church. 6. SALARIES of CURATES in Cafes of permitted Non- Reiidence of Incumbents ; Whether Refident or not. 7- LIVINGS of a Value too fmull to afford Comfort to Refident Incumbents. A Church, in good repair, at Duntrileague. A Glebe Houfe. \ A Church, in good re- pair. A Glebe Houfe. t No Church; it is in- tended to build one. » No Glebe Houfe. No Glebe Land. Thefe parilhes fe- parately. • - • • - • . ' A Church, in good re- pair, at Abington. A Glebe Houfe. Tough could not fupport an Incum- bent in comfort, nor fhould the Union be dilfolved at prefent, as an Houfe is lately built, the expence of which is charged at the rate of two years income of the Union. A Church, in good re- pair, at Cahirconlilh. A- • A Glebe Houfe. Thefe parilhes fe « parately, TheUnion is not cxtenfive, and produces a very, fcanty income; it ( hould not be dif- folved. A Church, in gooc • epair. A Glebe Houfe. - 78 4 N
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