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Papers Relating to The Established Church in Ireland


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Date of Article: 29/07/1807
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t S- 3. ECCLESIASTICAL REPORT OF THE [ Me a th. Names of BE N £ F I C E S and D E N" O MIN AT I O NS ; Number of PARISHES in each Benefice ; Their Diftance from each other; and, The eftimated Extent of fuch as are contiguous. Kells Rectory. Duleen ------- A Chapelry. Rathboyne ----- A Chapelry. Burly - - A Chapelry. These denominations are all contiguous In Kells are - - - 3,200 acres. In Rathboyne - - 2,160 — In Duleen - - - - 1,940 — In Burry - - - - 1,640 — Moynalty ----- A Rectory. Newtown - Re& ory. Kilbeg Reftory. Robertstown Rectory. Emlagh Rectory. All contiguous. In Newtown 54.5 acres. In Kilbeg 1,484 — In Robertstown - 1,000 — In Emlagh 590 — Kilmainham Wood - Vicarage. Kilskyre - - Reftory. Donogh Patrick - - Reftcry. Kilberry Reftory. Contiguous. Do^ ot; h Patrick contains 1,043 acres. K. Iberjy - - 2,2^ 0 — No. 5.— 1) I O C E S E 2. INCUMBENTS, Whether having Cure of Souls ; whether Reiider. t; if rnt Refident, for what Caufe ; and by whom the Duties are difcharaed. Revd Thos De Lacy ; resident; has cure of souls, and discharges the duties, assisted by two Curates. BENEFICES, whether United, and by what Authority. A Union time out of mind, forming the corps of the Archdeaconry of Meath. Revd wm Kellet; resident; has cure of souls, and discharges the duties. Revd Wentth Shields; not refi- dent ; having no glebe in the parifh. Revd Thos Simcocks; not re- sident, on account of his great age and infirmities ; has cure of souls. The duties of the whole Union are discharged by Mr. Shields, who lives in a neighbouring Parish. Thefe 4 Parifhes were united bv Aft of Council zd April 1S02. The prefect I ncumbents enjoy the profits of their re- fpsftive Parifhes, each during his incumbency, as the Ad direfts ; the Survivor to fuccetd to the whole Union. Revd John Kellet; not resident; having neither glebe nor house. Duties discharged by a Curate. To remedy the evil of non- resi- dence, a glebe must be procured. Hon. and Revd Pierce Butler; not resident, the glebe house being •-. nder repair; has cure of souls. Duties discharged by a Curate, who lives sufficiently near to the Parish. Revd Geo. O'Connor; not re- sident, having no glebe house Duties are discharged by a Curate, who lives sufficently near. The evil of non- residence to be remedied by building a glebe house. \/ Thefe two Pariflies were united bv Aft Council, 2^ th December 1801. X Meath.] PROVINCE OF ARMAGH: 1806. Wf 47 OF MEATH. 4- Number of CHURCHES; Whether in Repair, and in which of the Parishes they stand. Church, in perfect repair, in the Parish and Town of Kells. A Church, very old, > ut kept in as good order as the fabric will admit. A Church, in the Parish of Newtown, lately put into complete repair. GLEBE HOUSES; In what Parifli,— what Glebe Lands;— Whe. her contiguous;— How far removed from each other, and from the Church, or Site of the old Church. 6. CURATES Salary in Cafes of permitted Noa- F„ efi< ieacs of the Incumbent, and whether Uefident or not. A Glebe House, with all necessary offices, i. n perfect repair, on the Mensal Lands in the parish of Kells; 8d2 acres of glebe, go of which, on which the house stands, area quarter of a mile from the church, 140 | of a mile from the church, 256 1 mile and a half, 268 3 miles, 132 half a mile, 3 acres 1 mile and and 3 acres 2 miles and i. A Glebe House, in complete repair, on a glebe of 13 acres, not quite a mile from the church. No Glebe House; a glebe of 16 acres in Kilbeg, about 1 and b mile distant from the church, on which a house is to be built by the surviving Incumbent, on succeeding to the Union. A Church, newly built. A Church, lately put into complete repair. A Church, newly built, in the Parifh of Donogh Patrick, and in complete 1 epair. LIVINGS of a Value too ( mall to affi rd Comfort to the Incumbent. No Glebe or House; a glebe is promised, of 20 acres, upon lease, according to the provision of the Statute. A Glebe House, with every necessary office, on a glebe of 17 acres, 1 mile from the church ; 2 glebes more, 1 of 3 acres 1 mile and \ from the church, and another of 2 acres, on which the church stands. Total, N" 32 acres. No Glebe House. In Kilberry are 6 A. IR. 37 r of glebe round the ruins of the old church, and upwards ofz miles from the new church at Donogh Patrick. Near this church is a glebe of about the 6th of an acre; and, as a promise has been made cf an additional glebe contiguous to it, it is proposed to build the glebe house thereon. A Curate resident; Salary Kilmainham Wood. 50. per annum, being the whole of the income of the Vicarage. A Curate resident. Salary £. 75. per ann. A Curate resident. Salary C- 7S- Per ana
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