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Papers Relating to The Established Church in Ireland

29/07/1807

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V ' 33s E C C L E S I A S T I C A L R E P O R T S , I TO 1 8 0 7 , [ Killala. 1. _ zv_ £ 3 2 2. I. I. Names of BENEFICES and DENOMINATIONS; Number of PARISHES in each Benefice; Their Diftance from each other; and, The eftin-. ated Ert- nt of fuch as are contiguous' The Union of Castleconnor, consisting of two Parishes; v' 12. Castleconnor and Killglass. They are contiguous; and their estimated extent is in length seven, in breadth four miles. 2. INCUMBENTS, Whether having Cure of Souls; whether Refident, or Non- Refident; if not Rcfi ' ent, for what Cauie; and by whonl the Duties are difcharged. The Parish of Easkey. The Union of Lackan, consisting of five Parishes; viz. Lackan, Templemurry, Kill- cummin, Killbreedy, Dunfeeny. They are contiguous; and their estimated extent is in length eleven, in breadth live miles. The Reverend James Burrowes, A. B. Vicar; resident; and has cure of souls The Reverend Thomas W. Shiell, A. B. Vicar ; resides near the arish, and has cure of souls. The Rev. James Little, A. M. Vicar; resident; and has cure of souls. The Reverend Patrick Maxwell, The Union of Killmore- Irris, consisting of two Parishes; viz. Killmore- Irris and A. B. Vicar; refident; and has Killcommon. They are contiguous ; and cure of fouls, their estimated extent is in length twenty, and in breadth fifteen miles. BENEFICES; When United, and by what Authority. Episcopally united, and now about to be united by Act of Council. The Parish of Skreen. The Reverend Leslie Battersby, A. M. Rector and Vicar ; resident; and has cure of souls. The Union of Killmacshalgan, consisting of two Parishes; viz. Killmacshalgan, and Templeboy. They are contiguous, and their estimated extent is in length eight, and in breadth five miles. The Reverend William Grove, A. B. Vicar; resident; and has cure of souls. The Parish of Dromard. The Rev. John Benton, L. L. D. Rector and Vicar; resident; and has cure of souls. Episcopally united. Episcopally united. Episcopally united. 1 I Killala FOR PROVINCE OF CONNAUGHT. * 99 4- Number of CHURCHES; Whether in Repair, and in what Farifh they fraud. 5- GLEBE HOUSES; In what Pirifil ;— what Glebe Lan ls j— Whether contiguous ; or How far removed from each other, and the Church, or Site of old Church. Th ere is one Church in this Union, Handing in the Pariih of Killglafs, in good repair. No Glebe Houfe. There are two Glebes in the Parifh of Caftleconnor; the one confifts of ten and the other of twenty- three acres, fuuated about three miles from the church; and fteps are now taking to procure money from the Board of Firft Fruits to eredl a Glebe Houfe thereon. The Pariih Church in ; ood repair. There is one Church in the Parifh of Lackan, in bad repair; and a Chapel of Eafe in the Parifh of Dunfeeny, in good repair. A fum of money has been afieffed on the Union to repair the Church at Lackan. No Glebe Houfe. There are ten acres and a half of Glebe Land contiguous to the church. A Glebe Houfe, in the Parifn of Lackan, and twenty- eight acres of Glebe Land conti- guous. There are alfo, in the Parifh cf Kill- breedy, three roods of Glebe; and in that of Dunfeeny, nineteen acres and an halfcontigucus to the Chapel of Eafe. There is one Church in this Union ftanding ir the Parifh of Killmore- Irris, in tolerable repair. A Glebe Floufe, in the Parifh of Killmore- Irrls, and forty acres of Glebe Land contiguous to the church. The Parilh Church in good repair. A Glebe Houfe; and twenty acres of Glebe Land contiguous to the church. There is one Church in this Union, ftanding in the Parilh of Killmacfhal- gan, in good repair. A Glebe Houfe in the Parifh of Killmacfhal gan, and nine acres of Glebe Land contiguous to the church. - The Parifh Church in good repair. A Glebe Houfe; and eleven acres of Glebe Land contiguous to the church. 1 CURATES Sa'aries in C^ fes of permitted Non- Relidence of the I. icumben; s; ar. J whether Rcfidei. t or nnt 7- LIVINGS ol t Value tj j fmaH to atfu d Cimfort tj ihe I" Cu ben's. 4 < JL
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