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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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( Ireland.)— D I C C E S A N R E T U R N S: - rrr Second. — UNIONS, & c. in the Diocese of CLOGHER, THE corps of the Archdeaconry of Clogher consists of a small glebe of ten acres near Clogher, and the union of two parishes, Clones or Clonies and Clontibret, distant from each other about nine miles, united and appropriated in the year 1613. There are two churches in Clones, and one in Cloniibret, in which divine service is performed. The glebe lands in the parish of Clones amount to above feven hundred acres, in the parish of Clontibret forty acres. The present Archdeacon in poflefiion only of the rectorial tythes of Clontibert, and the glebe near Clogher. The corps of the Chancellorship of the cathedral church of Clogher did consist of five Parishes, under the denomination of the Union of Galloon; time of union or appropriation unknown, which have been at sundry periods separated and disannexed by act of Council. By the last act, dated January the 17th, 1804, the two last remaining Parishes, Currin and Killeevan, were disannexed, saving the right of the Incumbent, during his incumbency. These two parishes therefore, with the small parish of Drumsnatt, episcopally united, all contiguous, continue as a union to the present possessor, but no longer. There is a church building in Currin, and another in Drumsnatt, when finished, there will be a parish church, in each of the three parishes ; divine fervice at present performed in two churches. There are about sixty acres of glebe in Killeevan, where the Incumbent, resides, none in Currin or Drumsnatt. William Mitchell, Dep. Regifter of the Diocefe of Clogher.
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