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Papers Relating to The Established Church in Ireland

29/07/1807

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68 E C C L E S I A S T I C A L R E P O R T OF T HE Dromore. Multifarnham - - - - Rectory. Taghmon - - - Rectory. Delvin Vicarage. Moyleckar Rectory.' Lynne - - - - - Carrick — - - • Contiguous: in Moyleskcar Lynne - - Carrick - Reftory. Rectory.^ 93? acres* 2.574 ~ 1,212 — Castlelost Rectory. Clonsadforan - - Rectory. INCUMBENTS, Whether having Cure of Souls; whether Resident; • if not Resident, for what Cause ; and by whom the Duties are discharged. Kilbride Veston Vicaragev A small portion of another Parish, not half a mile in breadth, separates these Parishes. In Clonfadforan 2,025 acres; in Kilbride 88a. Kilbride Pilate Rectory. Killbeggan Curacy. Revd Pony Gouldlbury ; not re- sident; lives on his Chapelry in Tullamore; has cure of souls; du- ties discharged by a Curate. Revd Albert Nesbitt; not resi- dent ; has cure of souls; duties discharged by a Curate. N. B. This Incumbent must be compelled to build, as the only- mode of remedying the evil of non- residence. Revd Thos Stephens; resident; has cure of souls ; and discharges the duties. N. B. This is a Benefice of small value, and a union with some of the small Parishes in its vicinity, would be necessary to make it practicable to build a sufficient re- sidence. Revd Robt Evans; not resident; on account of infirmity ; has cure of souls; duties discharged by a Curate. N. 3. The only remedy to the evil of non- residence in this Union, would be to procure a glebe. Revd Saml Lucas; resides 7 miles off, but the nearest he can ; has cure of souls ; duties discharged by the Incumbent occasionally, and by a Curate. N. B. Refidence will be soon se- cured here, as the Incumbent is now building a Glebe House. Revd Hemsth Usher; resident; has cure of souls, and discharges the duties. N. B. Permanent residence will soon be secured here, as the incum- bent is building a Glebe House in Clonsadforan. Revd Thos Robinson; resident has cure of souls, and discharge the occasional duties. N. B. It would be expedient to unite this with No. 69, by Act of Council, as they lie contiguous. Revd Wm Marshall; resident; has cure of souls, and . discharges the duties. BENEFICES, whether United, and by what Authority. A Union by Act of Council, time not known; the Act must have been destroyed by the fire that consumed the Records in the Council Office in 1711, as there are docu- ments that seem to indi- cate its having passed about that time. An Episcopal Union 6th January 1790. Meath.] P R O V I N C E OF A R M A G H : I806. 69 4- Number of CHURCHES; Whether in Repair, and in which of the Pa.'. Ci- i ' hey ( land. No Church, A very old Church, in bad repair. A Church, in good repair. GLEBE HOUSES; In what Paiifti;— what Glebe Lasdj Whether contiguous ; How far removed f. om each other, a d from the Church, or Site of the old Church. No Glebe Houfe.; a glebe of 3 acres near the ruins of the old church. No Glebe Houfe ; 40 acres of glebe near the church. No Glebe Houfe; z glebes, 1 of 14 acres miles from the church, and one of £ an acre, clofe to the church. CURATES Salary in Cafrs of permitted Non- refidence of the Incumbent, and whether Refident or not. A Curate, refident; Salar) £. 75* P" ar> n- and £ lS> 1' lieu of Houfe. LIVINGS of a value too f r. iU to afford Comfort to the Incumbent. Multifarnham; the income being under £. ioo> per aan. A Church, in good repair. No Houfe or Glebe. A Church, in thorough repair. A Church, in complete repair in Clonfadforan. No Cfcuxh. A Church, old, and in indifferent repair. A Glebe Houfe now building, on a newly ac- lired glebe of 22 acres, about 1 mile and £ from the church. A Glebe Houfe now building, on a newly ac- quired glebe of 20 acrcs in Clonfadforan, about § a mile from the church. No Houfe or Glebr. A Curate, refident; Salary ^'. 65. per ann. A Curate, refidant; Salary £. 60. per ann. Kilbride Pilate; the income being but £. 60. per ann. Anew Glebe Houfe, on a glebe of 21 A. ZR. 2 j p. within £ a mile of the church. Kilbeggan ; the income thereof being, from the Firft Fruits - • £. 40. per ann. and from a Diocefan Fund £. 20. Total - / 76S7 7 8 .
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