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Papers Relating to The Established Church in Ireland

29/07/1807

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3 5 - 8 E C C L E S I A S T I C A L " R E P O R T S , IN I SO 7, 1. " Names of BENEFICES and DENOMINATIONS; Number of PARISHES in e. icli Benefice; Their Diftance from each other ; ami, The eftimaied Extent of fuch as are contiguous. 2. INCUMBENTS, Whether having Cure of Souls; whether Refident; if not Refident, for what Caufe; and by whom are the Duties difcharged. BENEFICES', when United, nnd by wh ' t Authority. 13. Ballymackward, Kilconnel, Killane, Fa- henagh, and Clonkeen, contiguous Vicar KILMACDUAGH, Kiltarton, and Kil creonti, three contiguous parishes, constitut- ing the Corps of the Deanery of Kilmac- duagh. The Rev. Mr. Langrishe; not resident, having a Benefice in an- other Diocese ; the Duties perform- ed by a Curate licensed, and resi- keen by Ad of Council, dent. Part Episcopally united, part by Act cf Council, at a distant period : Clon- Cure of souls in all parts, dis- charged by the Rev. Dean Foster, who resides. Episcopally united ai a distant period. Ardraham and Beagh, not contiguous, about 10 miles distant; the parish of Kiltar ton above- mentioned, in the Union of Kil- macduagh, intervening Rectories. Cure of souls in all parts, dis- charged by the licensed Curate, who resides part of the year in a Gentleman's house in the parish of Ardraham, 13 miles distant; his apology for so doing, his inability to procure a lodging in the parish ; The Rector, the Rev. Mr. Upton, resides in England, past 70 years of age, and infirm. United Episcopally a bout 70 years since. Killinane, Kilthomas, Kilcrust, Isserkelly, Killogillian Church, central; most remote parts between 4 and 5 miles distant from the Church. Cure of souls in all parts, dis- charged by the Revd Mr. Marsh resident about a mile from the Church, ih the parilh of Killinane. Consolidated in 1726. Kilmacduagli.] FOR Province OF C O N N A U G H T. 359 4- Number of CHURCHES; Whether in Repair; and in which Parifhes they ftand. 5- GLEBE HOUSES; In what Parifh ;— what Giehe Lands ;— Whether contiguous ; or How far removed from each other, or from the Church, or Site of the old Church. CURATES Salaries in Cafes of permitted Non- Refidence of the Incumbent; or whether RefiJent or not. LIVINGS of a Value too fmall to afford Comfort to Incumbents. One Church in gooc repair, at Ballymacwr. rd; and the walls almoft en- tire, but no roof, of a beautiful Church at Kil connel, in which r. o Ser vice has been performed for half a century. The ruinous shell of a House at Kilconnel, built about 30 years since, but being on a small par- ticle of the Union not under the Act of Council, and never finished and established as the Law requires, it has never been possessed as a Glebe House. Glebe at Kilconnel 29 acres; at Killane 5 acres and a half; 4 miles each from the church. C- 75- One Church in good repair, in the town ol Gort, in the pariih of Kilmacduagh. One Church, built. lately No Glebe House. Glebe at Kilcreonti 4 acrcs 2 roods, two miles and half from the church. No Glebe House. Glebe about 13 acres, dis- persed in 7 lots in different parts of the parish of1 Ardraham. £. 75.; to be increafed to £ 90. when the Curate ( hall become conftantly refident in the pariih. One Church lately built, not quite finiftted. Four Glebes; 10 acres two miles from the Church; 4 acres adjoining the church- yard, 3 acres two miles, and 3 near four miles.
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