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Papers Relating to The Established Church in Ireland

29/07/1807

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42 ' E C C L E S I A S T I C A L R e p o r t of th- f. [ Tulmare. Names ot BENEFICES and DENOMINATIONS; Number of PARISHES. in ench Benefice; Their Distance from each other.; and, The estimated Extent of such as are contiguous. \ INCUMBENTS, Whether having Cure of Souls; Whether Resident; if not Resident, for what Cause; and by whom the Duties are discharged. Templeport Rectory & Vicarage. Drumreilly Vicarage. These parishes are supposed to be 8 miles in length and 5 in breadth, and to contain 2,560 acres, including a very large tract of uncultivated mountain. Revd Jos. Story; not resident; but lives in his own house, mid- way between the 2 parishes, and sufficiently near to do the duties, assisted by 2 Curates. BENEFICES, whether United, and by what Authority. United by Act of - ouncii, i6Sz. Outragh - Vicarage. Kinawley - Rectory & Vicarage. Killasher - - - Rectory k Vicarage. Killinagh - Vicarage. Clonclure Vicarage. Clonlogher Vicarage. Killasnet Vicarage., This Union is 14 miles long and 9 miles broad, and . contains 13,268 acres, exclu- five of mountain and bog. Rossinvere Vicarage. Drumlease - - - . Vicarage. Killargue - - Vicarage. Revd John Hill; not resident; lives on his other Benefice in the Diocese of Derry; has cure of souls; duties diicharged by a Curate. Revd Dixie Blundell; not resi- dent: lives on his other Benefice in the Diocese of Dublin; has cure of souls; duties discharged by 2 Curates. Revd Chs Cobbe Beresford ; not resident; lives cn his other Be- nefice in this diocese ; has cure of souls; duties discharged by a Curate. Revd John Clarke ; resident; has cure of souls, and discharges the duties. resident; Revd Corn. Cullen has cure of souls, and the duties, assisted by a Curate. difcharges Revd Fras Saunderson ; not resi- dent; has cure of souls; duties discharged by a Curate. Revd Roger Dodd ; resident; has cure of souls and discharges the duties, assisted by a Curate. Revd John Gumley; not resi- dent, there being no house in the parish ; but lives sufficiently near to discharge the duties. United time immemo- rial ; but no trace in the Regiflry, when, or by what authority. The Diocese of KILMORE consists of thirty- two Benefices, six of which are Unions. On these Benefices nine Incumbents actually reside: of the twen y- three who do not reside, seven are resident on other Livings, which they held , by Faculty ; nine have no houses, but reside sufficiently near to their respective Benefices Bcncfices. ? 2. Unions. 6. CHURCHES. Thirtv- five. BENEFICES without CHURCHES. None. GLEBE HOUSES. Nine. BENEFICES without " GLEBE HOUSES. Twenty- three. BENEFICES with GLEBES. Thirty- one. Kilmore V R o v i N c E OF A it M A c u : 18cG. 43 4- Number of CHURCHES; Whether in Repair, ant! in which of the Parifhes they ftand. 2 Churches, both in good order. A Church, in good repair. No G- i/? V> e Tloufe ; 422 acre; of glebe contigu- ous to tftechurch 5- GLEBE HOUSES; In what Parilh;— what Glebe Lands;— Whether contiguous;— How far removed from each otherrand from the Church, or Site of the old Church. A Glebe House in Templeport, with 59 acres of glebe, and 150 in the parilh of Drumreilly. 2 Churches; 1 in good repair, the other enlarg- ing and repairing. A Church, in good repair. A Church, in good repair. A Church, in good repair. A Church, in good repair. A Church, in good repair A Church, in good repair, 6. CURATES Salary in Cales of permi ted Non- P. efulence of the Incumbent, and whether Refident or not. No Glebe House. No Glebe Houfe; 1,300 acres of glebe, moft . if them in the parilh of Kinawlev.; a i'mall por- tion only in the parilh of Kiilalher, and 5 miles dillant from the church. No Glebe Houfe or Glebe Lands in this parilh ; but there are 39 belonging to it in the parilh of Kinawley, 8 miles dillant. No Glebe Houfe; 450 acr. es of glebe contigu- ous to cach other, and 7 miles diilant from the church. A Curate refident; Salary r. 60 per ann. Two Curates refident; Sa lary ct eacn £. 60 per ann. A Cerate refident ; Salary £• 75 Per ann- LIVINGS of a Value too fmali to affoid Comfort to the Incumbent. No G'ebe Houfe311 seres of glebe in the parifh of Killafnet, 7 miles from the church. No Glebe Houfe; 577 acres of Glebe not far from the church. No Glebe Houfe; 2S8 acres of glebe.; a ccw- fulerable part thereof is mountain, and about 1 mile diflant from cach other, in different Dio- cefes. A Curate refident; Salary £. 60 per ann. Benefices to difcharge iht ir duties without inconvenience; four are abfent with per million, and mo without. Thtrre are th;. ri_ v- five Churches, nine Glebe Houfes, and thirty- one Glebes. Twenty- three Benefices are without Glebe Houles, and cne without a Glebe. BENEFICES without GLEBES. One, INCUMBENTS aitually Refident upon their refprftivc BENEFICE S. Nine. I N C U M B F. N T S, wlio have no rloufes in their Pai i/ he « , but w ho li. e fufficiently near to ilifcharge the Duties Nine. INCUMBENTS who Refide on other LIVINGS. Seven. INCUMBENTS who are ;; bfent with PermilEnn. Four. INCUMBENTS who ars abfent without PtIMlifllOll, and Livings vacant. Two. t NE RAJ,
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