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Papers Relating to The Established Church in Ireland

29/07/1807

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92 E C C L E S I A S T I C A L R E P O R T OF T HE [ Dromore. 1. Names of BENEFICES and DENOMINATIONS; Number of PARISHES in each Benefice; Their Distance from each other; and, The estimated Extent of such as are contiguous. Inch - - Rectory. INCUMBENTS, Whether having Cure of Souls; whether Refident; if not Refluent, for what Caufe; and by whcm the Duties are difcharged. Ardkeen Rectory. Witter Vicarage. The two last Parishes are contiguous; the former several miles distant from them. In Inch - - 3.300 acres. Ardkeen - 1,740 — Witter - 1,820 — Dunsford Rectory. Rathmullin Vicarage. Revd Robt Trail; not resident; lives on his other Benefice in the Diocese of Connor; has cure of souls; duties discharged by 2 Cu- rates. BENEFICES, whether United, and what Authority. by United, as before ed, in 1609. ftat- Killough Perpetual Cure of. N. B. This Curacy is endowed with th tythes of 2 small Parishes, which contained about 260 acres. Sainfield Killaney Vicarage. Vicarage. Killeleagh Rectory. Killinchy -...._ Rectory. Bangor ------ An Impropriate Cure. Donaghadee Vicarage. Newtown- Ards - - An Impropriate Cure. Revd Richd Meade; not resident; lives on his other Benefice, in the South of Ireland; has cure of souls; duties discharged by a Cu rate. Revd Berd Ward; has cure of souls; and resides sufficiently near to discharge the duties. Revd Robt Stewart; resident; has cure of souls, and discharges the duties. Revd Jas Clewlow ; resident; has cure of souls, and discharges the duties. No Clergyman has been pre- sented by the Lay Patron since the death of the last Incumbent. A cure of souls. Revd Richd Stack; resident for 3 months in each year ; the remain- ing months he lives on his other Benefice in the Diocese of Derry; has cure of souls, and, whilst here, discharges the duties, assisted by a Curate. Revd jas Hewetson; resident; has cure of souls, and discharges the duties. Revd Step. Dickson; resident; has cure of souls, and discharges the duties. Revd Fras Hutcheson ; resident; has cure of souls, and discharges the duties, assisted by a Curate. Revd John Cleland; resident; has cure of souls, and discharges the duties. Connor.] PROVINCE OF ARMAGH: I S O 6. 4- Number of CHURCHES; Whether in Repair, and in which of the Tariflies they ftand. A Church, in good repair. A Church, in good repair. No Church. A Church, in good repair. A Church, good order. in verv 5- GLEBE HOUSES; In what Pari ill ;— what Glebe Lands;— Whether contiguous, How far removed from each other, and from the Church, or Sire of the old Church. No House or Glebe. A Church, in very bad order. The late Incumbent of Rathmallin left a fum to rebuild it, which will be applied to that purpose next fummer. A Church, in good repair. No Church. A Church, in bad order £. 100 has been laid on the Parith in Vestry, and Sir J. Blackwood has en- gaged to give as much, in addition, as will put the Church in good repair. A Church, in tolerable order, but has not been ceiled. A Church, in good repair. A Church, in tolerable repair. A Church, in very in- different repair. Divine service is performed in a Chapel annexed to the Church, and kept in repair by the Earl oi Londonderry. N. B. Money is raising to repair the Church. No Glebe or House. No Glebe House. A glebe of 5 a. 2. r. 10 p near the chuich. No House or Glebe. A good Glebe House, on a glebe of 12 acres, near the church. No Glebe House or Glebe. A Glebe House, much dilapidated, on a glebe of 14 acres, near the church. A good Glebe House, on a glebe of 11 acres, near the church. A good Glebe House, on a glebe of 12 acres, near the church. No Glebe House. A glebe of 14 acres, half a mile from the church. No Glebe House. A glebe of 20 acres, 2 miles distant from the church, and a walle tenement in Newtown Ards. 6. CURATES Salary in Cafes of permitted Non- Re( idence of the' Incumbent, and whether Refident or not. A Curate, refident; falary, £. 60 per ann. A Carate, refident; falary, £. 60 per ann. A Curate, refident; falary, £. 6j per ann. A Curate, refident; falary, £ 75 per ann. LIVINGS of a Value too fmall to afford Comfort to the Incumbent. Rathmullin; the income being under £. 60 per ann. Killough ; the value being only £. 40 per ann. Killaney; the value being only about £. 12. per inn. Bangor ; the in- o * come a falary from Lord Bangor, being but £. 60 per ann. Newtown Ards ; the value being but £. 75 per ann. £. 44 of which is paid by the Earl of London- derry ; the remain- der arifes from the glebe.
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