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Papers Relating to The Established Church in Ireland

29/07/1807

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2' 2$ S E C C L E S I A S T I C A L RE P O R T S , IN 1807, [ Limerick. Number of Benefices. 27. o ' A 28. 29. .30. I. Names of BENEFICES ami DENOMINATIONS; Numberof PARISHES in eicli Benefice; Their Diftance from each other; and Eftimated Extent of I'uch as are contiguous. Kilrofartjr Vicarage. Union of MOTHIL. Mothil - - Vicarage. Rathcormick D°. Fues D°. These parishes are contiguous. Mothil is about four miles from N. to S. and n. bout four miles and a half from E. to to W. Rathcormi< k is about three miles frcm N. to S. and about two miles and a half from E. to W. Fues is about two miles from N. to S. and about two miles and a half from E. to W. 2. INCUMBENTS, Whether having Cure of Souls ; Wher* Refident; if non Refident, for what Caufe; and by whom the Duties are performed. Revd Richard Eyre; has cure of souls; resides in the Parish, and performs the duties himself. The Honble and Revd Richard Ponsonby; has cure of souls ; re- sides on his Benefice in the dioce-><- of Kildare; and the duties are performed by a resident Curate. Union cf DYSART and KILMOLERAN. Dysart and Kilmoleran - - Vicarage. Fenoa Entire Rectory Tcmplemihil ------- Rectory. The two former parishes are contiguous and are divided from Templemihil at least five miles ; Dysart and Kilmoleran is about a mile and a half in leng. h, and about one mile in the greatest breadth; Fenoa is about a mile and a half in length, and one mile in breadth; the extent of Templemihil lean- not find out. Kilmoleran is sometimes called a parish, but is more frequently considered a part nf Dysart. 3- BENEFICES; When United, and by what Authority. Episcopally united in the year 1800, when the present Incumbent took possession of this Bene- fice. The Revd James Smyth; has cure of souls ; resides in the Glebe House, in the parish of Dysart and Kilmoleran, aad performs the duties himself. Union of CLONeGAM. Clonegam - -- -- -- - Entire Rectory Newtownlenan - D\ These parishes are not contiguous, and are near eight miles distant from each other. .31* Seskenagh 32. 1. 2. 3- 4- 33- 1. 2. 34- 1. Revd Thomas Stanley Monk has cure of souls ; resides in an adjacent parish, there being no re- sidence in the Union, and performs the duties himself. Vicarage Union or CARUCH ON- SUir. Kilmurry - -- -- -- -- Entire Rectory. Carrick - Vicarage. Kilsheelan D°. Ardcollam - - D". These parishes are contiguous. I cannot find out their extent, but together they must be very extensive. Union of SHANRAHAN. Shanrahan Vicarage. Templetenny D°. These parishes are contiguous. Their extent separately I cannot find out, but together they contain 9,870 acres; great part of which is mountainous, uncul- tivated, and uninhabited. Rathronan Vicarage. The two former pa- rishes were united epis- copally in the year 1787, when the present Incum- bent took possession of them; it appears that they were always held so united. They were epis- copally united to the! rectory of Templemihil, in the year 1804.. Revd Harris Oldfield; has cure of souls ; resides in the parish of Aglis, where he attends a Chapel of Ease, and performs the duties himself. Revd Standish Grady ; has cure of souls ; does not reside, nor do 1 know where he does reside ; but by a letter I have lately received from him, he promises to take up his residence in Carrick in a few days. The duties are performed by a resident Curate. Revd Dr Charles Tuckey; has cure of souls ; resides in the parish. of Tullaghorton, a very few yards outside the parish of Shanrahan, and performs the duties himself. ReV Daniel Sullivan; has cure ef souls; resides in Lismore, where he performs the preaching- turns for the Dean and Chapter. The duties are performed by a Curate, who resides in Clonmel, about three; miles from the Church. Episcopally united in the year 1801, when th present Incumbent took possession of it; and it appears it has always been held so united. Episcopally united in the year 1803, when the present Incumbent took possession of it; and it appears that it has always been held so united. Episcopally united in the year 1774, when the present Incumbent took possession of it; and it appears that it has always; been held so united. Lifmore.] FOR PROVINCE OF MUNSTER. 229 4- Number; of CHURCHES; Whether in Repair, and in what Parilh they ftand. GLEBE HOUSES; I11 what Parilh ;— what Glebe Land ;— Whether contiguous ; or how far removed from each other, and from the Church, cr Site of old Church. A new Church, build- ing. A Glebe Houfe, building. Glebe Lands: A. R. P In one place - ..-.----- 6 o o In another place - -- -- -- - io o 2 The former clofe to the fite of the oid Church; the latter within a few perches of the new Church ; diflant from each other fomcthing more than one mile. One Church, in re pair, in the parifh ol Mothil. One Church, in repair, in the parifh of Dylart and Kilmoleran. One Church, in repair, in the parifh of Clone- gam. One Church in repair, in the parifh of Carrick. No Glebe Houfe. Glebe Lands: A. R. In Mothil 2 o Within a few yards of the Church. Curate's Salary £-~ o. per ann. He refides in tne parifh of Mothil. A Glebe Houfe in the Parifh of Dyfart and Kilmoleran. Glebe Lands: In Dvfart In Kilmoleran - - In - D", in a feparate place - - A. 4 o R. P. O O o 32 ° 38 Dyfart Glebe from the . Church not a quarter of a mile, and about three miles from the Glebes in Kilmoleran, which are both within a quarter of a mile of the fite of the old Church. No Church. No Glebe Houfe, An unafcertained Glebe in Newtownlenan. No Glebe Houfe or Land. 6. CURATES Salary in Cafes of permitted lion- Refidence of the Incumbent, whether Refident or not. LIVINGS of a Value too fmall to afford Comfort to the Incumbent. No Curate. This 1 conceive of too fmall value to afford comfort to the Incumbent. No Curate. No Curate. No Curate. No Glebe Houfe. Glebe Lands : A. R. P. In Kilmurry - -- -- -- -- 8 I 20 In Carrick - -- -- -- -- o 3 3 Kilmurry G: e'oe is clofe to the fite of the old Church, and about three miles from Carrick Church; Carrick Glebe is c'ofe to the church of Carrick, and aidant from Kilmurry glebe about three miles Curate's Salary 90. per ann. who refides in the parifh of Carrick. One Church, in repair, in the parifh of Slian- rahan. One Church, in repair. No Glebe Houfe. Glebe Lands: In Shanrahan - ------- This Glebe is about four mil. Church of Shanrahan. A . R . P. 3 3° s from the No Glebe Houfe, or Land. No Curate. Curate's Salary £. 50. pc ann. who refides in Clonmell, about three miles from the Church. This I conceive is of too fmall value to afford comfort to the Incumbent; I believe not being £. 100. per ann. This is not worth 70. per ann. and jf courfe not of a value fufficient to ifford ccm ort to : he Incumbent. 78. M
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