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Returns of the Several Dioceses in Ireland


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Date of Article: 25/02/1806
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J4' 8 28. 29. 30. 31, 32, 33- ( Ireland.)— r> i o c sSAN R E T U R N S: 3+- 35- The Union of Kilmalog consists of Kilmalog - - - a vicarage imp. Castle Ellis - - Killesk - cures. Killelly - - - -) 4 parishes contiguous. These parishes are united by Act of Council, dated 27th April 1798. The Union of Enniscorthy consists of St Mary's Enniscorthy - a vicarage. St John's - - - an entire reftory. Ballyhuskard - - the like. Templeshannon - - the like. Clonmore - - - a vicarage. The rectory of Clonmore belongs to the Bishop of Ferns. 5 parishes contiguous. The Benefice of Newtown Barry is Newtown Barry - - a rec. & vicarage. One parifli. The Union of Killurin consists of Killurin vicarage, Kilbride - Chappel Charon Whitechurch Glinn - Ballyheogue - - - an imp 5 parishes contiguous. - a imp. cures. cure. All these are united by Act of Council, dated : 6th October 1778. The parishes of Killurin, Kilbride, Chapel Charon, and Whitechurch Glinn, were united by Act of Council in the year 1796 or 1797 ; but the act was destroyed in the rebellion. Ballyheogue was only episcopally united to Killurin for this time only in 1794. The Benefice of Rathmacknee is Kathmacknee - - a rec. One parish. & vicarage. The Union of Horetown consists of Horetown - Kilgarvan - Ballyingly - Downony - Inch • Ballylennan - Clongeen, and Kilcowanmore a rec. collative. an entire rec. imp. cures; be- long to the fee of Ferns, a vicarage, an imp. cure. imp. cures. 8 parishes all contiguous,' some of little or no value. The rectory of Kilgarvan, the vicarage of Inch, and the imp. cures of Ballyingly, Downony, and Ballylennan were episcopally united for this time only to Horetown 1 799. The imp. cures Clongeen and Kilcowanmore, belong to Mr. Leigh lay improp. who presented them to the present incumb1, and he has taken out licence to hold them. Value about 11 yearly. The Union of Killesk consists of • Killesk - a rec. & vie. confo! idd Dunbrody - - - 1 Rathroe, and - - £ imp, cures. St James's - - - ) 4 [ ariflies contiguous The present incumbent was presented to all these by the Earl of Donegal, lay imp1, but the imp. cures of Dunbrody, Rathroe, and S1 James's, were only episcopally united to Killesk for this time, by reason of their contiguity and smallness of value, in 1787. The Benefice of Carnew is Cainebough o'rwise ) a rectorv & vicarage. Carnew - - collative. * One parifli. There are 4 glebes in this union, containing as follows: A. R. p. Kilmalog - - - - - 17 o 1* Castle Ellis - - . . ? £ Killesk - - - - 20 o 30 Killelly ig 1 20 _ A church at Castle Ellis, in which divine service is performed. There is no glebe- house, but a memorial for building one is presented, A glebe of - - - - 2a o o On which is a glebe- houfe, which was almoft deftroyed in the late rebellion, but has been lately repaired, in which the reftor refides. A glebe of about - - - 13 1 1 On which a good glebe- houfe is buildiiv and nearly finiftied. A church here, divine service regularly performed bv rector. Avery neat church at Killurin, divine fervice per formed every Sunday by incumbent A glebe of about - - - 20 o On which the prefent incumbent is bu ing a glebe- houfe, which is nearly finiftied, No church nor has been for time immemorial. The present incumbent is building a glebe- house. A glebe of about A church at Horetown; divine service performed by rector every Sunday. A church at Ballyhack in the parish of St James's, where divine fervice is per, formed every Sunday. A church at Carnew wherein divine service is duly performed. A church at Enniscorthy now under repair, it being almost destroyed in the Rebellion; divine fervice regularly performed in the market house by reftor and curate.
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