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Papers Relating to The Established Church in Ireland

29/07/1807

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94 E C C L E S I A S T I C A L R E P O R T OF T HE [ Down & r Number of Ecnefices. c, f. 2 « 1- 5 C C3 OJ V D c I. 2. 2. 2. 1. Kames of BENEFICES and DENOMINATIONS; Number of PARISHES in each Benefice; Their Diftance from each other; and, The eftimated Extent of fuch as are contiguous. Deanery of Connor, confifiing of Five Parifhes: __ Carrickfergus Reftory. Inver Reftory. Balloo Reftory. Ifland Magee Reftory. Mobluck All nearly contiguous: In Carrickfergus - - Inver ------ Balloo I ( land Magee - - Mobluck - - - - Lame - - - Reftory. • 9,565 acres. • 1,220 3,7CO _ • 4,081 9CO Perpetual cure of. Billy Vicarage. Ballyclugg Vicarage. INCUMBENTS. Whether having Cure of Souls; wheiher Refident; if not Refident, for what Caufe ; and by whom the Duties are difcharged. BENEFICES, whether United, and by what Authority. Revd Thos Graves; refident; has cure of fouls; duties difcharged by the Incumbent, a refident Cu- rate, and 3 Curates of the adjoin- in? Parifhes. United by Charter, conftituting the Chapter of Connor, by James 1 ft, 1609, as corps of the Deanery. Ballymena - - - - Impropriate cure of. Contiguous: In Ballyclugg ... - 4,395 acres. Bailymena - - - - 7,005 — Revd John Dobbs; refident ; has cure of fouk, and difcharges the duties. Revd Tho* Babington; refident; has cure of fouls, and difcharges the duties. Rcvd Richd Babington; has cure of fouls, and difcha ges the duties from the adjoining cuie where he refides. Same Incumbent refides ; has cure of fouls, and difcharges the duties Armoy Vicarage. Lougheel Vicarage. Contiguous: In Armoy ----- 5,060 acres. In Lougheel - 11,840. — Donigor Vicarage. Kilbride - - - Vicarage. Contiguous: In Donegor ------ 3,863 acres. Kilbride- 3,194. — MiUtown - -- -- -- -- - Vicarage. Epifcopally united, in ' 774" St. Johnstown - - Contiguous: I11 Mil town - - - St. Johnstown Ramoran - - - - - Vicarage. - 2,640 acres. - 4,960. — • - - - Vicarage. Culfiitrin - - Vicarage. Contiguous, and very mountainous: In Ramoran - - Culfatrin - Glenarm - - - - - 7,200 acres. Culfatiin - 16.480- — Vicarage. Templeoughter • - - Reftory. Cortiguous, and very mountainous : In Glenarm - .... 1 Templeoughter - . j acres. 1 Revd Richd RufTel ; refident; has cure of fouls, and difcharges the duties. Same as above. Revd Bernd Lyndon; refident; has cure of fouls, and difcharges the duties. Revd V/ m Hawkey; refident; has cure of fouls, and difcharccs the duties. Revd Cha' Hill; refident; has care of iouls, and difcharges th duties. Revd John Hodges; refider. t; has cure of fouls, and difcharges the duties. I - Epifcopally united, in 1797' Epifcopally nnited, in 1775* Epifcopally united, in J 775- Epifcopally united, in 1793. Epifcopally united, in 1786. Connor.] P R O V I N C E OF A R M A G H : 1 8 0 6. 95 4- Number of CHURCHES; Whether in Repair, and in which of the Parifhes they ( land. A Church, in Carrick- fergus, in good repair. 5- GLEBE HOUSES; In what Parifh ;— what Glebe Lands ; Whether contiguous How far removed from each other, and f. on the Church, or Site of the old C hurch. 11 No Church. No Church. A Church, in tolerable ; repair. No Church. A Church in Lame, in tolerable repair. An old Church, in bad repair; a confiderable fum is raifed to rebuild it. No Church. A Church, in good re- pair. No Glebe Houfe. A glebe of 4 acres, neai the church of Carrickfergus. No houfe or glebe. No houfe or plebe. C3 No houle or glebe. 6. CURATES Salary in C^ fes of permitted Nun- refiJence Of tile Incumbent, and whether Refident or not. LIVINGS or a Value too frrnalt to aft' rd Comfort to the Incumbent. No houfe or glebe. No houfe or glebe. No Glebe Houfe. A glebe of 20 acres, rear the church, on which the Incumbent intends to build a houfe. No houfc or glebe. A Glebe Houfe, on a glebe of 5 acres, near a mile from the church of Ballymena. A Church, in Armey, in tolerable repair. A Church, in txcellen repair. No Church, but one i is about to be rebuilt in ; Dcnegor. A Church, in bad order. Church in ruin. 3. A very ancient Church, in R. amoran, in decent repair. A Church, intolerable order. A Church, at Glcn- arm, in very good re- pair. A good Glebe Houfc, on a glebe of 23 acre?, near the church. No glebe or houfe. No glebe or houfe. A Curate, refident; falary £• 75- per ann- but £. 4.8. per ann.: paid thus, By L''! M' Calhell - - - £. 20. Firft Fruits £ 2*. Total - - - £. 4c!. Ballyclugg; iffe- parated from Baliy- mena, the value be n^ but £. 20. per am . Ballyclugg; the Income, exclufive of the glebe, being No houfe; 2 glebes of 20 acres each. No Glebe Houfe in the Union ; 25 acres of glebe in kamoran. No Glebe Houfe. A glebe of 27a. 1. r. 2 p. 1 mile from the church, 12 only of which are arable. Donegor and Kil- bride; the income of both being but^. 60. Miltown, and St. Johnstown ; the va- lue of both being but ^. 98 per ann. Ramoranand Cul- fatrin ; the income of both being but £. 50. 19/. 6d. Glenarm & Tem- pleougluer; the in- come of both, gle'oe included, being but £. 42. 6 s. 9 id.
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