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Papers Relating to The Established Church in Ireland

29/07/1807

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S- 3. ECCLESIASTICAL R E P O R T OF T H E [ Me a th. 1. 2. 3 « r" Number ef Benefices. n 1> c C < 43 £ 0 " ; • .5 ea 0 0 C rt a- u Q c Narr. es of ' B E N E F I C E S and D E N O M I N A T I O N S ; Number of PARISHES in each Benefice ; Their Diftancc frorr. each other ; and, The edimated Extent of fuch as are contiguous. INCUMBENTS, Whether having Cure of Souls; whether Refident; if net Refident, for what Caufe; and by whom the Duties are difcharged. BENIFICES, whether United, and by what Authority. 36. X. Agher - Rectory. Revd J. Kavel Walsh; not resi- dent; by permission lives on a cure which he serves in the Diocese of Dublin ; has cure of souls. Duties discharged by a Curate. 37- 5- Ratoath - Vicarage. ^ Grenogue ... - Vicarage. Killeglan Vicarage. Creekstown Vicarage. Donaghmore - • - - Vicarage. > Contiguous: In Ratoath 4,821 acres. Grenogue - 765 — Killeglan 438 — Creekstown, with its 1 Chapelry of Cooks- > 1,413 — town ------ 3 Donaghmore 1,851 —- 1 Revd Launct King Cunningham; resident; has cure of souls, and dis- charges the duties. A Union, by Act of Council, 1682. 38. * ( - N Tryvet - Vicarage. Kilbrew - - Rectory. Contiguous : In Kilbrew ------- 1,499 acre'. hi Tryvet -- 2,218 — > Revd John Staples; not resident; lives on his other Benefice in the Diocese of Armagh; has cure of souls. Duties discharged by a Curate. N. B. To guard against the evil of non- residence in this Union, it would be necessary to procure a glebe. A Union, by Act of Council, 27th May 1678. 39' 2. Dunshaghlin Vicarage. Rathregan ----- Vicarage. Contiguous. Ir, Dunshaglin ----- - 2.641 acres. Rathregan - - - — - 1,822 — Revd Wm Irvine; resident in his own house ; has cure of souls, ana discharges the duties. N. B. The glebe of this Union is very inconveniently situated with respect to the church. An Exchange would be dcfirable, in order to build and enfure refiden; e. United by Act of Council, 27 th May 1678. - 4°- 1. Rathbeggan - - - Vicarage. Revd Rowld Betty ; not resident; having neither glebe nor church, has cure of souls. N. B. The only mode of remedy- ing the evil of non- residence here, would be to unite this parish per- petually with the following num- ber, to which it is contiguous, pro- viding a glebe to build on, and building a Church. 41. 1. Ballymaglasson - - Rectory. Revd Tho Tucker; not resident, having neither glebe nor church ; has cure of souls. — 42. 1. Dunboyne ----- Vicarage. Vacant. A cure of souls. # Meath.] PROVINCE OF ARMAGH: ISOS. 59 4- Number of CHURCHES; Whether in Repair, and in which of the Parifhrs thrv ( V< nd 5- GLEBE HOUSES; In what Pariih ;— what Glebe Lands Whether contiguous How far removed from each other, and from the Churchy or Site of the old Church. 6. CURATES Salary in Cafes of permitted Non- Re( idence of the incumbcnt, and whether Refidcnt or not. 7- LIVINGS of a Value too fmall to afford Ccmfort to the Incumbent. A Church, in the most perfect repair. No Glebe Houfe; a glebe of 7 acres clofe to the church. — Agher; this Living being worth but /\ 40. per ann. and /'. 20. allowed by the Firft Fruits. A Church, in good re- pair. No Glebe House ; a glebe of 6 acres clofe to the church. • A Church, in Kilbrew, lately put into perfect re- pair. i i No Glebe House ; 1 acre of glebe in Kilbrew, and 1 in Tryvet, distant from each other about 2 miles, and each of them clofe to their refpeftive church, and ruin of a church. I A Curate, refident near the Paiiih. Salary £. 75. per ann. A Church, in good re- pair, in Dunfhagiilin. No Glebe Houfe; a glebe of 23 acres of glebe in Rathregan, 2 and f miles ditiant from the church of Dunfhaglin. No Church. Neither Houfe nor Glebe. % No Church. Neither Houfe nor Glebe. A Church, now putting into complete repair. A fmall Houfr; on a olebe of A an acre clofe to the church. -
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