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Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross: Taken from Diocesan and Parish ...

 By William Maziere Brady

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By William Maziere Brady
Published 1864
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cloyne, ballycotton, youghal
33
cloyne, cashell, wetenhall
91
pullein, synge, cashell
134
frier, regest, celestin
141
shandon, carrigaline, killaloe
240
garstin, woodroffe, curacy
271
bequeth, carrigaline, mitchelstown
291
sigilla, cories, capitular
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Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross: Taken from Diocesan and Parish ...

Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross: Taken from Diocesan and Parish ...

by William Maziere Brady - 1864
Title on spine of v. 1: Records of Cork.
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Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross: Taken from Diocesan and Parish ...

Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross: Taken from Diocesan and Parish ...

by William Maziere Brady - 1864
Title on spine of v. 1: Records of Cork.
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Carrigaline - Page 272
and once on the chief festivals (except the Epiphany) and fasts in the parish church of Carrigaline, and in the chapel of ease at Douglas. ...
more pages: 189 199 273
Youghal - Page 55
in Lismore Castle) to the first Earl of Cork, charging him with having stripped the Vicars Choral, and left the chancel of Youghal in a state of ruin. ...
more pages: 5 22 45
Midleton - Page 194
He married, in 1856, Miss EF Jones, of Midleton. GRAYDON, GEORGE. The Rev. George Graydon and Miss Elisabeth Knott, both of Dublin, were married by ...
more pages: 151 242 255
Mitchelstown - Page 284
a noble charity, was founded by James King, the fourth LORD KINGSTON, whose ancestor the first Lord Kingston obtained the estates of Mitchelstown, ...
more pages: 215 285
Clonmel - Page 160
Educated at the endowed school of Clonmel, where he embraced the Protestant faith, for by birth he was a Roman Catholic. ...
more pages: 229 246
Tuam - Page 40
The Union of Achonry and Kilmacduach to Tuam never took place ; but Enaghdune continueth united to it, by Virtue of this Authority, and no other (as ...
more pages: ix 53 79
Dublin - Page 124
The Deans and Chapters of Christ Church and of St. Patrick's Cathedrals, in Dublin, voted their united thanks to him for his seasonable publication.
more pages: 45 47 109
Skibbereen - Page 191
He married on 5 June, 1862, Elisabeth, dau. of the late John Clerke, esq , of Skibbereen, and bus issue, one daughter. ...
more pages: 190 233 258
Florence - Page 137
three Months, that in such case they should consecrate Florence without any further Delay : and he took away all power of Appeal in the Cause, ...
more pages: 97 135 136
Oxford - Page ix
He was selected by the Bishops of London and Oxford to deliver Sermons on special occasions, and is acknowledged to be one of the most eminent pulpit ...
more pages: 49 50 98
Bristol - Page 123
Josiah Tucker, Dean of Gloucester, and was buried at Bristol, in the Cathedral of which place is a marble monument erected to her memory, ...
more pages: 53 56 80
Clonakilty - Page 283
He represented Bandon and Clonakilty in Parliament. He was a large collector of Pictures and Curiosities. The former are heir-looma at Castle Bernard, ...
more pages: 233
Cambridge - Page 127
Parr at the Bishop's desire ; both seemingly intended for the cloisters of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, at which he had received his education, ...
more pages: 49 54 63
IRVINE, AB - Page 279
Irvine, AB, Curate of Coleraine, fourth son of the late Major Irvine, DL, of Killadeas House, co. Fermanagh. See Burke's LG—article, IRVINE OF KILLA- ...
more pages: 265
London - Page 79
Stephen in many troubles, particularly when Ranulph, Earl of Chester, and many others, took possession of London. ...
more pages: 21 48
Macroom - Page 145
the left-hand side of the communion table, within the walls of the church of Macroom," and he left ten pounds for the Protestant poor of that parish. ...
Rome - Page 137
One FLORENCE, a Monk, although I cannot tell of what Order, was elected Bishop of Ross, and took a Journey to Rome, where he laid open to Pope ...
more pages: 55 136
Charlotte - Page 279
Francis Tempest Brady, the father of the LORD CHAN-CELLOR, married Charlotte, dau,, of William Hodgson, esq., of Whitehaven, and was buried in the ...
more pages: 68 202
Tipperary - Page 225
probably Edward Moore, born in Tipperary (son of Edward Moore, esq., of Tipperary), who entered TCD as Pensioner, on 24 Sept., 1730, being then 16 ...
more pages: 246
Vama - Page 91
I leave the exposition of the latter part of the Word, ie, Vama or Vania, to those who are better skilled in the Matter, and shall only observe, ...
Canterbury - Page 103
This distinguished nobleman writes from Dublin Castle, 14 Feb., 1685/6, to the Abp. of Canterbury, relative to Irish Church dignities at the time ...
more pages: 213 215
Ipswich - Page 109
John Pooley, descended of the ancient family of the Pooleys, of Suffolk, was born circa 1645, at Ipswich, being the son of Thomas Pooley, esq. ...
more pages: 279
Lifford - Page 88
He was a son of Maurice Fitz-gerald, MD, of Lifford, who was many years Physician to the British Government, and to the Nabob, at Madras, ...
Leeds - Page 48
aker's Leeds] : and RICHARD, Bishop of Cork, &c. The Irish records state William Dixon, of Cloncurry, to have been of the ...
Lancaster - Page 48
Lancaster. John Dixon and Anne Roos had two sons, William and Miles, and a daughter, Margaret, wife of WILLIAM SANDYS ...
Belfast - Page 90
In June, 1859, he became Incumbent of Christ Church, Belfast, and resigned that post in April,1862. He became, on his father's appointment to the See ...
more pages: 156
Paris - Page 49
7] says was educated at Oxford and Paris, and that he wrote a Treatise, de Republica. [Ware.] Anthony Wood mentions one John Sheyn to have taken his ...
more pages: 74
Dungarvan - Page 39
Peter's, of Dungarvan, in the Suburbs of that City. The Bishop's defence as to the Advowsons of St. Mary of Nard, Kilmahanock, and St. ...
Norwich - Page 80
Isaac Mann was born at Norwich in 1710, and was brought to Ireland when very young, being supported by Lord Chan-cellor Jocelyn. ...
more pages: 142 327
Gloucester - Page 54
Colonel Osbaldeston, killed at the Siege against Gloucester, in 1643, secondly to Lt.-Colonel John Nelson, and thirdly to Sir Matthew Deane, knt., ...
more pages: 122
Tralee - Page 176
9 June, 1840, Eliza, dau. of Samuel Morris, of Tralee, and died, a curate, in Manchester, having had two children, who both died young. ...
more pages: 212
Aylesbury - Page 94
In 1273 he acted as Suffragan to the Bishop of Lin-coln, and consecrated the church of Stone, near Aylesbury, in Buckinghamshire. ...
Peterborough - Page 200
He was ordained in 1845 for a curacy in Peterborough diocese, and was afterwards Curate of Ballycotton, Cloyne. He published a volume of sermons ...
more pages: 236
Gibraltar - Page 152
He was some years at the Ionian Islands, and on promotion to his company went to Gibraltar, in the summer of 1852. ...
Derby - Page 57
He died at Derby, in England, on Whitsunday, 1649, from whence his Body was conveyed to Jlt/sf/urrp, in Nottinghamshire, and there interred, ...
Drogheda - Page 53
:—Michael, Archbishop of Armagh ; Colonel Richard Boyle, killed at Drogheda in 1643, being slain by Cromwell at the general Storm on that Town, ...
Toronto - Page 213
Henry Sherwood, of Toronto, formerly Attorney-General of Upper Canada, and has issue five children. LEWIS, SAMUEL HENRY. Deacon, at Cork, May 20, ...
Wakefield - Page 48
probably retired to Eng-land, and, perhaps, was the Richard Dixon, who, along with Christopher Dixon, tenanted, in 1581, the manor of Wakefield, co. ...
BOYLE, AB - Page 254
SULLIVAN, BOYLE, AB Deacon, at Cork, 21 Sept., 1783. SULLIVAN, DANIEL. II., 349. SULLIVAN, FRANCIS CAREY. I., 342. SULLIVAN, JAMES. II., 54.
Louth - Page 239
Werburgh's, Dublin, Alice, fourth daughter of Anthony Walsh, esq., of Ardagh House, county Louth, and had issue (besides six sons, and a daughter who ...
Fermoy - Page 233
He was Missionary Curate at Midlcton, and died at Fermoy, on 10 February, 1859. OLIVER, JOHN. I., 62. OLIVER, ROBERT. II., 552. ...
more pages: 208
Waterloo - Page 273
Louisa was married in 1848 to John Powell Longfield, esq., of Waterloo, nt-ar Mallow. Page 88, line 20. Dele " He was a Vicar Choral of Lismore from ...
Galway - Page 154
In 1824 he was appointed by the Bp. of Elphin, Rector of Killian and Kilronan, in the county of Galway, which he vacated, when admitted on 1 January, ...
Harrow - Page 126
William Bonnet, born in London, in the spring of the year 1746, was educated at Harrow (where he had for schoolfellows, Sir W. ...
Tramore - Page 149
He married in December, 1841, Charlotte-Moore, eldest dau. of Edward Popham, esq., of Tramore, and niece of Admiral Sir Home Popham, and has issue two ...
Colchester - Page 229
Colchester), inter alios, a eon, John, born in July, 1586, who married, in 1608, Emilia, dau. of John Norton, of Hampshire. ...
York - Page 49
Dixon was appointed to Cork a few days after the nomination of Sandys to York. 1571-2. January 2. MATHEW SEAINE (or SHEYNE, or SHKHAN) is appointed by ...
more pages: 48
Oldham - Page 227
Dublin, 1858, Madden and Oldham. He married, on 11 May, 1848, Louisa-Watkins (dau. of James M'Mullen, esq., of Cork, by Dorcas Watkins), and baa issue ...
Liverpool - Page 162
Dublin, on 26 Nov., 1861, having married a Miss Grainger, of Liverpool. CARNEY, WILLIAM. II., 36. CARPENTER, HENRY. Deacon, at Cloyne, 23 Dec., 1827. ...
more pages: 224
Templemore - Page 144
ARMSTRONG, JOSEPH, AB Deacon at Cork, 5 July, 1834, on letters dimissory from Cashel, for the curacy of Templemore. ...
Halifax, Nova Scotia - Page 212
60 Rifles, by Anne Margaret, dau. of the Honorable Richard John Uniacke, Attorney-General, Halifax, Nova Scotia, and grandson of Charles Henry Leslie, ...
Baltimore - Page 258
Thomas Townsend resided at Smithville, near Castle-Townsend, and married Helena, daughter of John Freke, of Baltimore, co. ...
Dunmanway - Page 261
He then became Curate of Fan- lobbus, Dunmanway, his present post. He married, in December, 1859, Katherine, fourth dau, of Key. WB Townsend, R. ...
Manchester - Page 176
died, a curate, in Manchester, having had two children, who both died young. IV., Thomas-Perrier. He married Mary Anne, dan. of Richard Keatinge, ...
Athlone - Page 67
Dive Downes married, firstly, on 21 Feb., 1692-3, Sarah, dau. of Henry Dowdall, esq., of Athlone, and by her had a daughter, Lettice, who was buried ...
Wrexham - Page 104
126, Wrexham, 1801] ; but here our notice of him must cease. He died intestate, estate 62, 10 May, 1703, at his Dwelling House in College Court, ...
New York - Page 129
The children of Bishop Warburton, by his wife, Frances Marsden, of New York, were as follows :—I. Garnet, died unm. II. ...
Nottingham - Page 200
Hodges, of Nottingham. Entered TCD in November, 1856, and having obtained two Catechet-ical Honors, graduated AB in December, 1860. ...
RAYMOND, AB - Page 234
ORPEN, RAYMOND, AB Deacon, at Cork, 21 Dec., 1860; and Priest, also at Cork, 21 Dec., 1861, on letters dimissory from Limerick. ...
Salamanca - Page 212
(Fusileers), killed at Salamanca. 6. Thomas, Lient. 88th Regt., killed at Busaco. 7. John, Midshipman, RN, who died in 11. M. Service. 8. ...
Glenview - Page 238
M'Gowran, of Glenview, were married. [Cloyne MB] PORTMAN, WILLIAM. I., 89, 241. POTTER, ROBERT. II., 63, 294. POUCHE, EDMOND. I., 104. ...
Markham - Page 352
Markham. Dr., Archbishop of York, 111.117. Marlborough, Duke of, I. 114. Marsden, Frances, II. 563 ; III. 129. Marleburrough, Lord, I. 195. ...
Henry, IL - Page 343
Henry, IL 363. Gonnell, Mary and John, II. 312; Mary and Thomas, II. 244. Goodwin, Miss, II. 173. II. 452, 453, 503 ; Mr. Robt., II. ...
Madras - Page 88
He was a son of Maurice Fitz-gerald, MD, of Lifford, who was many years Physician to the British Government, and to the Nabob, at Madras, ...
Quito - Page 60
Quito spent with old age, having arrived at his 93rd year (according to the inscription on his coffin), he died at Oxman-.
Lara - Page 101
Dronge and Lara, in Kilmore diocese, and had four sons—1. William, born in 1635, at Togher, afterwards Bishop of Kilmore, and the only Irish bishop ...
Berkeley - Page 21
The Bishops who paid their proportions were Maule, Edward Synge, Berkeley, and Stopford. In 1728, Mrs. Crowe, by deed, dated 31st August, ...
Calcutta - Page 176
Anne, dan. of Richard Keatinge, of Calcutta. Rev. Boyle Davies had also two daughters, Mary and Louisa, of whom Mary was wife to James Davies (sou of ...
Canaway - Page 296
Vic. de Canaway, is. Preb. de Liscleary, iiijs. \d. Ecclia Sti Michaelis de Duaghe, vis. Vic. de Kilmichell, iiijs. Vic. de Keneagh, xxiijrf. ...