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Papers Relating to The Established Church in Ireland

29/07/1807

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15° E C C L E S I A S T I C A L R E P O R T S , IN 1 8 0 7, [ Dublin 8 1. Number of Benefices. 2 u. c fc O 3 C II. 86. 1. 87. Names of BENEFICES and DENOMINATIONS; Number of PARISHES in each Benefice j Their Diftance from each other; and, The eftimated Extent of fuch as are contiguous. Timolin- A Vicarage. Belan - D° - - Moone - - D° - - Rathcoole D° - - Bolton A Curacy. Newtown - - - D° - - Simonstown --------- - D0-- Commonstown - . . _ - D » - _ Collin - D" - - Hughestown _.--- D0-- Colerake - D° - - All contiguous.— Extent from Eaft to West about 7 miles; from North to South about if mile. INCUMBENTS. Whether having Cure of Souls ; whether Relident; f Non- Refident, for what Caufe; and by whom the Duties are eifcharged. y BENEFICES, " When United, and by what Authority. James Younge, A. B.; has cure of souls; resident in his Glebe House, and discharges the duties. Narraghmore - - A Rectory & Vicarage. Fonstown A Rectory & Vicarage. John Paul, A. M.; has cure of souls; resident in the Glebe House, and discharges the duties. Walter Baggot, Literate ; has cure of souls; is preparing to build a Glebe House ; the duties of Fonstown are now discharged by the Incumbent and his Curate, who reside in the contiguous Parish of Monastereven, and will reside in the Glebe House when finished. Episcopally united time immemorial. jy< H 7 / / r'- n 1 1 1 FOR PROVINCE OR I N s T 2 R. 4- Humbcr of CHURCHES; Whither in P* ejair, and io which Panics they ( l^ nJ. One Church, in good order, in Parish of Ti- molin. Cne Church, in good repair. One Church, in good order. 5- C LIB 2 HOUSES; In whit Pa ih;— what Glebe Lands;— W heiher contiguous ; r> r How far removed from each other, or fiom the Church, or Site oi old Church. A Glebe Honffr, in Parifh of Timolin; and 12 ac- es of glebe land, within a half a mile o. c the church. A Glebe House, and \ z A. Z R. of glebe land near the church. 9 acres of glebe within J of a mile of the church, and about 6 acres adjoining the fomer g! ehe; £. 400. has been granted by the Board of First Fruits, out of the last Parliamentary grant, for building a Glebe House. 6. CURATES SiUrirt in Cafe « of permitted Kon- Rcfk'ence cf the Incumbentt, and whether Refi ' c.-. t or not. L I v i : J o- s of » Vtlue too I. nail' to sford Comfort to the Incumoenti. No Carate. No Curate. Revd John Baggott, Cu- rate; lives contiguous to the Parish; Salary, £- 75* per ar. n. CHAS Dublin, 12th March 1807.
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