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Papers Relating to The Established Church in Ireland

29/07/1807

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2 0 4 i E C C L E S I A S T I C A L R E P O R T S , I N I S O 7, [ Ofioiy. 1. f Number of Eer. efices. 39• O .0 § S s s £ o * 5 Q One. 40. Five. Two. 42. 43- Four. 44- One. Three. 45- One. Names ( if JENEFICES and DENOMINATIONS Number of PARISHES in each Benefices Their Distance from each other ; and the eftimated Extent of fuch as are contiguous INCUMBENTS, Whether having Cure of Souls; whether Refident; if Non- Refident, for what Caufe ; and by Whom the Duties are difcharged. Listerling, Rectory and Vicarage. Union of Ennistioge, consisting of the Vicarages of Ennistioge, Rosinan, Kilbeacon, Killahy, and the Prebend of Cloneamery. The parishes are contiguous to each other; the estimated extent of each of thefe Parishes is about two miles. Kilcuilliheen and Macully, Rectories. Revd Jas Adam Ker, Rector and Vicar; has cure of souls; resides in the adjoining parish of Ennis- tioge of which he serves the cure. No duties to be performed. Revd Frans W. Flood, Vicar; has cure of souls in all parts of the Union; resides in the parish of Ennistioge ; duties discharged by the Incumbent and a Curate assistant. BENEFICES, When United, and by what Authority. United in 1782, Epif- copally. Dysert, Rectory and Vicarage. Odogh Union ; consisting of the Vicarages of Odogh, Kilcormuck, and Donoughmore, and the Rectory and Vicarage of Coolcraheen. All thefe parishes are contiguous to each other ; there are about 6, oco acres in the union, and extend about 6 miles. Revd Wm Dennis, Rector; re- sides adjoining his benefice; has cure of souls in all parts of his benefice. Vicars Choral of St. Canice, Vicars; there is cure of souls in this parish. Dunmore, Rectory and Vicarage, and the Vicarages of Muckulli and Kilmodum ; Muc- kulli and Kilmodum are 1 miles distant from Dunmore, and join Dunmore; they are about 3 miles long. Revd Anthony Pack, Rector and Vicar; has cure of souls in all parts of his Benefice; resides in Kilkenny, as master of the Duke of Ormond's School; is permitted so to do. The duties are discharged by himself. Comer, Rectory and Vicarage. Revd Stearne Ball, Rector and Vicar; Incumbent, has cure of souls in all parts of his Benefice; resides in the Glebe House; duties dis- charged by the Incumbent. Revd James Irwin, Rector and Vicar ; has cure of souls in all parts of his Benefice; not resident, resides at Raphoe, in the County of Done- gal, where he is Diocesan School- • master. Duties are discharged by a Curate. United in theyeari797, by Ad of Council. United byAd ofCoun cil, cannot fay when. Offory. 1 FOR PROVINCE OF LEINSTER. 267 205 One Church in the Pa- 1 No Glebe Houfe. There are 16 rifhof Enniftioge, in good'. Glebe Land in the parilh of Kiibeacon ; a repair. ° tigucus to the old church at Kilbcacon. 4- Number of CHURCHES; Whether iw Repair, and in which Parishes they ftiml. Church building. GLEBE HOUSES; In what Pariih— what Glebe Lniuls; Whether contiguous ; or how far removed from each other, and the Church, or Site of old Church. An old G!° be Houfe in the parifh. About 9 acres of Glebe Land in poffeflion. They are contiguous, and dole to the church. of crea are con- 6. CURATES Salaries in Cafes of permitted; Non- Refidence of the Incumbents ; and whether Refident or not. No Curate. LIVINGS of a Value too fmall to afford Comfort to the Incumbents. An AfTiftant Curate. Under orders to build ( ince the laft Vifitation, held 17th Septr 1806. Church in the parifh of • Lilcullineen, in good re- pair. No Church. No Glebe or Glebe Houfe. No Glebe or Glebe Houfe. One Church in the pa rifh of Odogh, in good repair. A Curate, at the yearly Sa- lary of £. 10. Glebe Houfe in the parifh of Odogh ; there are 20 A. and 4 p. of Glebe Land where the houfe is built, and about a mile from the church. Church in Dunmore, in good condition. No Glebe Houfe; there is a Glebe of 15 acres in the pariih of Dunmore, 3 acres in Kilmodum, and 4 in Muckulli. The Glebe in Dunmore adjoins the church, and in the others the Glebes are contiguous to the refpeftive ruins. No Curate, No Curate. Church in the parifh, in good repair. No Glebe Houfe. There are 12 acres of Glebe Land in the Parifh, adjoining the church. One Curate, at the yearly Salary of £. 90. who refides. / o. Under orders to build fince the laft Vifitation, held the 17th Septr 1806.
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