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Papers Relating to The Established Church in Ireland

29/07/1807

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98 E C C L E S I A S T I C A L R E P O R T OF THE [ Dromore. Number of Benefices. Names of BENEFICES and DENOMINATIONS; Number of PARISHES in each Benefice ; Their Diftance from each other ; and, The eftimated Extent of fiich as sre contiguous. Ballymoney ------ Rectory. ^ Tulloghore Rectory, J In Ballymoncy Tulloghore 10,977 acres. 1,006 — Dunluce Vicarage. Agherton Ardclenis Rectory. Rectory. Mountainous, and distant from each other 30 miies - - in Agherton 2,000 acres. Ardclenis 2,000 — Kilroot Vicarage."} Templecorran Vicarage. > Ballynure Reftery. y All nearly contiguous ; Ballynure bring only two miles distant from Temple- conan - In Kilroot 1,660 acres. Templecorran 3.000 — Ballynure - - 5,330 — Rashackin Kildallock Fenvoy - - Kilbraghts Contiguous. In Rashackin & \ Kildallock - j Z" Fenvoy - - - 2,500 700 acres Kilbraghts - 1,800 — Connor Reftory; Solar — - - - - Killyglen - - - - R; ftory. Rectory. Solar and Killyglen are very small deno- minations, and distant from Connor about 11 miles. In the three are 9.913 acres. Ahogill Rectory. 2. INCUMBENTS, Whether having Cure of Souls; whether Relident; if not Refident, for what Caufe; and by whom the Duii* s are difcha ged. Revd Richd Symms ; not resi- dent ; lives on his other Benefice in the County of Wicklow; has cure of souls; duties discharged by a Curate. Revd Wm Philips; resident; has cure of souls, and discharges the duties. Revd David Dunkin ; not resi- dent ; because his new Glebe House is not finished; has cure of souls, and discharges the duties, assisted by an adjoining Curate for occasionals in Ardclenis. Revd John Gwynne ; resident; has cure of souls, and discharges the duties. resident Revd Wm Dickson nas cure of souls the duties, assisted by a Curate. and discharges Revd Chas Douglas; not resi- dent; serves a cure in another part of the Diocese ; has cure of souls ; duties discharged by a Curate. Revd Heny Leslie; not resident; has cure of souls; duties discharged by two Curates. BENEFICES, whether United, and by what Authority. United by Charter by James I. 1609, as the Corps of the Precentor- ship. United as above stated, as Corps of the Trea- surership. United as above stated United as before stated, in 1609. United as before stated, in 1609. Connor.] P R O V I N C E o r A R M A G H : 1806. / st? 977 4- Number of CHURCHES; Whether in Repair, and in which of die Parifhes they ftand. A Church in Bally- money, in good repair. 5- GLEBE HOUSES ; In what Parilh ;— what Glebe Lands;— Whether contiguous ;— How far removed from each other, and from the Church, or Site of the old Church. An old Glebe Houfe, on a glebe of 20 acres near the church. A Church, in tolerable repair. A Church at Agherton, not in good order ; mor. ey is. raifed to repair it. A Church at Ballynure, in decent order. A Glebe Houfe, much dilapidated, on a glebe of 20 acres, two miles from the church. A Glebe Houfe is now building on a glebe of ; o acres, near the church. No Glebe or Houfe. Mo Glebe or Houfe. A Church, in good re- pair. A Church, in good re- pair. A Glebe Houfe, lately repaired at the expence of the Incumbent, on a glebe cf 23 acres, near the church. The Cathedral Church of Connor was deftroyed in the Rebellion of 1641. A common roof, thatched with 11 raw, was put on the end of the old Cathe- dral, and is ufed as the Parifh Church. No Glebe Houfe; a glebe of 40 acres. A Church in Ahogill, and a Chapel of Eale in Portglenone, both in good repair. 7 8 . No Glebe Houfe; a glebe of 138 f acres, one mile dillant from the church. N. B. The Incumbent has promifed to build a houfe. 6. CURATES Salary in Cafes of permitted Non- Refidencc of th; Incumbent, and whether Refident or not. LIVINGS of a Value too fmall to afford Comfort to the Incumbent. A Curate, refident; falary £: 75. per annum. A Curate for occafionalsj falary £. 14. per annum. A Curate refident; falary £. 60. per annum. Two Curates reiident; with a falary each of £- 75. per annum. Union of Connor; the income fcarcely paying the Curate's falary.
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