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Papers Relating to The Established Church in Ireland

29/07/1807

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• - 66 68 E C C L E S I A S T I C A L R E P O R T OF THE [ Dromore. i. Number of Benefices. 56. C . c 57- 58. 59- 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 1. 1. 1. 1. ^ Names of BENEFICES and DENOMINATIONS; Number of PARISHES in etch Benefice ; Their Dilianee from each other ; and, Theeliimated Exr- nt of fuel) as are contiguous. Clonard - -- -- -- -- — Vicarage. Killyon Curacy, Contiguous: In Clouard ----- 5,077 acres. Killyon - — - - 1,5 11 — Cafllejordan Curacy. 7 Ballyboggan. 5 Caftle Richard Reftory. Killucan - Reftory. Kennegad — - - - - Perpetual cure cf. 2- Drumcree - - - Rcftory. Killeivelagh --_- - Vicarage. Reftory. - 1,377 acres. Dyfertale, about Dyfertale - - - — Contiguous-: In Drumcree - - - Killeivelagh, & 1 - - | 3> oqo — Mullingar - - Vicarage. Rathconnell Vicarage. Portlemon - - - - - Reftory, INCUMBENTS, Whether having Cure of - Souls; whether Relijent; if not Rcfident, for what Caufe; and by whom the Duties ate difcharged. BENEFICES, whether United, and by what Authority. Hon and Revd Geo. T. Bourke; A Union by Act of resident; has cure of souls, and Council, 1782. discharges the duties, assisted by a Curate. Revd John Digby ; resident; has cure of souls, and discharges the duties. Revd Wm Peacocke; resident; has cure of souls, and discharges the duties. Revd Hen. Wynne ; resident; 5 cure of souls, and discharges the duties. Revd Chas O'Berne; resident; has cure of souls, and discharges the duties. N. B. The Curate resides, by permission, in Kinnegad, where he keeps a school. Revd John M'Causland; resi- Episcopally united, dent; has cure of souls, and dis- 12th September 1794 charges the duties. It would be expedient to unite these Parishes by Act of Council, and to include in the Union, the small neighbouring parish of Killeagh. r Revd Hen. Dundas; refident; has cure of fouls, and discharges the duties. ' ortfhangon - - Contiguous: la PortUmon - Fortftiangon Reftory. - - - 700 acres. - - 1,300 — Revd Fr' Pratt Winter; refi- d: nf ; has cure of fouls, and dis- charges the duties. N. B. The evil of having no fetiled refidence in this Parifh, will be Ihortly remedied, as the incum- bent is collefting materials to build. Revd John Jcphfon : refident; and diicharges the duties, having cure of fouls. N. B. A fmall houfe might be built in Portfhangon, if this Union were made ptipetual; but the Church of Leny lies fo conveni- ently for both Pa. ifhes, that an. w Church is unneceffary ; and thefe Livings were given t the prefent Incumbent to enable him to do duty in K'. lbex}', for which the Impropriator allows no ftipend. Epifcopally united, 13th September 1803, on account of fmallnels of income, and it might be expedient to make it a permanent Union. The annual income would be: Meath.] P R O V I N C E OF A R M A G H : I S O 6 . 6 7 / 4- Number of C HU R C H E S; Whether in Repair, and in which of the Parifties they ftand. GLEBE HOUSES; In what Pariih ;— what Glebe Lands;— Whether contiguous ;— How far removed from each other, and from the Church, or Site of the old Church. A Church, in Clonard, old, and in very bad re- pair. A Glebe Houfe, on 40 acres of glebe in Clo- nard, abjut £ of a mile from the church. CURATES Salary in Cafes of permitted Non- Refidence of the Incumbent, and whether Refident or not. LIVINGS of a Value too fmall to afford Comfort to the Incumbent. A Church, very old. and in bad repair. A Church, in complete repair. r • A Church, lately built, and in complete order. A Church, in indiffer- ent repair. A Church, in Drum- cree, in indifferent re- pair. A Church, in indif- ferent repair. A Church, in com- plete repair. Neither Houfe nor glebe. A Glebe Houfe, with all rxceff. iry offices, on a glebe of 4 acres near tlie church; a lecond gicb of 6 acres 2 miles. A new Glebe Houfe, on a glebe of 40 acres, near the church. A Glebe Houfe, on 30 acres of glebe, with every neceffary ollice, 3 miles from the church. A Glebe Houfe, on a glebe of 36 A. I R. I; P. in Drumcree. with every neccllary office, £ of a mile from the church. The Curate, refident; CalUejordan; the Salary from the lmprc-: inC0me thereof be- priator, - 30 pei acn.; ing but bo. per From f irft ) Fruits - | 30 60. ann. No Glebe Houfe. A glebe of 1 A. 3 P.. 0 P. clofe to the church- vard, with fome cottages on it. N. B. A glebe, near the town of Mullingar, and about 1 mile from the church, has been promiled, for tne purpofe of having a Glebe Houfe built on it; and it will afford convenieucies for a refidence, which the prefent glebe cannot command. No Glebe Houfe. A glebe of 4 A. I R. O P. 4 miles diflant, a d 1 lately purchafed of 20 acres, adjoining t e chu ch. On thi: iaii, the houie and offices are to be built. No Church. No Glebe Houfe. A glebe of 3 acres in Port- ( hangon, near the rains of tne old church.
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