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Full text of "Fasti ecclesiae Hibernicae : the succession of the prelates and members of the Cathedral bodies of Ireland"

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FASTI ECCLESm HIBERNIC^E. 



THE SUCCESSION 



PRELATES AND MEMBERS 

OF THE 

CATHEDRAL BODIES 

OF IKELAXD. 



BY 



HENEY COTTOX, D.C.L., 

of <a%I, 1824-1870. 



SUPPLEMENT 

CONTAINING A CONTINUATION OF APPOINTMENTS UP TO THE 

DISESTABLISHMENT OF THE CHURCH OF IRELAND 

ON DECEMBER 31, 1870. 

COLLATED WITH THE ORIGINAL DIOCESAN REGISTRIES BY 

CHARLES PHILIP COTTON, B.A., DUBLIN. 



DUBLIN : 

Printed and Published for the Author, by 

JAMES CHAELES & SON, 61, MIDDLE ABBEY-STREET. 

1878. 




PEBFAGE. 



FROM the peculiar circumstances under which this 
Supplement appears, it seems necessary to offer a 
few general remarks upon the Fasti, and the occa 
sion and mode of its compilation : 

When first I perceived, with some surprise, that 
no collected notices of Cathedral appointments in 
the Church of Ireland existed, with the exception of 
the very important and valuable work of Sir James 
Ware, which is confined entirely to the Prelates, I 
resolved to make an attempt to remedy the deficiency 
as opportunities might arise ; and I thought that 
such a work, if carefully and accurately compiled, 
was due and might be acceptable to the Irish Church, 
which had most kindly received, and liberally en 
dowed me. For that purpose I made it my business 
to travel to every Diocesan Kegistry throughout 
Ireland, and by leave of the several Bishops was 
enabled to examine all the books of Titles, &c., 
remaining in those offices, and extract from them 
such particulars as might suit my purpose. 



iv PKEFACE. 

I also obtained permission from the Government 
to make transcripts from the public records in such 
depositories as Bermingham Tower, the Herald s 
Office, the Custom House, the Four Courts, the King s 
Inns, &c. ; and was also permitted by the authorities 
to examine the manuscripts in the Libraries of Trinity 
College, of Archbishop Marsh, Christ Church Cathe 
dral, and those of the Archbishop of Dublin, and 
the Dean of St. Patrick s. I was also favoured 
with an inspection of the Chapter books of several 
Cathedrals, and likewise had access to the old 
annual and triennial visitation books of all the 
Dioceses within the Province of Cashel. Besides 
these and other Manuscript authorities supplied 
by private friends, I had of course the use of 
printed books, such as the report of the Commis 
sioners of Public Kecords in Ireland, the " Liber 
Munerum Publicorum HiberniaB," the Royal Patents, 
so far as printed, the Works of Sir James Ware, 
ArchdalTs " Monasticon Hibernicum," u The State 
Papers/ Mason s History of St Patrick s Cathedral, 
and various others. 

As this was to be an undertaking entirely con 
fined to myself, it was necessary that I should be 
independent both as to the time and the order of 
publication, I resolved therefore to be my own pub 
lisher. 

As I found that few people here have much relish 
for recitals of dry matters of fact, such as form the 



PREFACE. T 

main staple of the Fasti, I printed only a limited 
number of copies, and as during the progress of the 
work I gave away many separate parts to friends in 
various Dioceses who assisted me in my enquiries, 
I apprehend that the number of complete sets is 
now limited. 

The Fasti at first was published in separate Parts, 
commencing in 1845, and these were afterwards 
consolidated into volumes. Vol. I., containing the 
Dioceses of Waterford and Lismore, Cashel and Emly, 
Cork, Cloyne, and Ross, Limerick Ardfert and Agha- 
doe, Killaloe and Kilfenora, in 1847. Of this 
volume a second edition, revised and enlarged, 
was issued in 1851. Vol. II., comprising the Dio 
ceses of . Dublin, Glendaloch, and Kildare, and 
Ossory, Ferns, and Leighlin, appeared in 1848. 
Vol. III., containing Armagh and Clogher, Meath, 
Kilmore and Ardagh, Down, Connor, and Dromore, 
Derry and Raphoe, appeared in 1849. Vol. 
IV., containing all the Dioceses within the Province 
of Tuam, viz., Tuam, Killala, and Achonry, Elphin, 
Clonfert, and Kilmacduagh, appeared in 1850. To 
this last was added a short Appendix, showing the 
Consecrations of all the Irish Prelates since the Refor 
mation down to that year, so far as could be ascer 
tained. To these was added, in I860, Vol. V., con 
sisting of illustrations, corrections, and additions, 
bringing the list of Appointments down to the latter 
year ; also general Indexes to the whole work, the 



vi PEEFACE. 

voluntary contribution of my friend, John Eibton 
Garstin, Esq., Treasurer of the .Royal Irish Aca 
demy. 

THE PRESENT SUPPLEMENT. 

After the publication of Vol. V., I conceived that 
my labours in this field were finished ; I was then 
70 years of age, and my eyesight had become im 
paired. From that time I became less careful than 
before in noting down every Cathedral appointment 
as it occurred, being well content to leave any con 
tinuation of the Fasti to younger and more active 
hands. 

When, in 1869, the heavy blow was struck 
which deprived the Clergy both of their privileges 
and their property at the close of the year 1870, 
it began to be regretted that there was no book 
showing the appointments to places in Cathe 
drals during the ten years subsequent to the issue 
of Vol. V. ; but no continuation of the work was 
forthcoming ; men were not very willing to involve 
themselves in a proceeding which was sure to be both 
tedious and troublesome, while it promised no com 
mensurate advantage in a financial point of view. 
Repeated applications were made to me to devise 
some mode of filling up the lacuna ; under ordinary 
circumstances I could not have felt myself warranted 
in declining any duty which the Church might think 



PEEFACE. vii 

fit to require from me, but in this case the thing was 
quite impossible, the task sought to be imposed on 
me was far too heavy for my shoulders at that time. 
I had long been too blind to write legibly or to read 
a page either of manuscript or print, and, from bodily 
infirmity, was unable to go about as formerly, in 
order to collect the necessary information. In this 
dilemma, when all other means seemed to fail, my son, 
Charles Philip Cotton, B. A. of Trinity College, Dub 
lin, most seasonably came forward and offered, with 
the help of my MSS. and the valuable notes made 
by Mr. Garstin,* to arrange, with his help, the 
materials of a projected Supplement, and superintend 
its publication. 

By the " Irish Church Act " of 1869 it was ordered, 
that all the original books in the Diocesan Eegistries 
should be transmitted to Dublin, and deposited with 
the " Church Commissioners/ and they very cour 
teously permitted my son to have access to all 
the Kecords which had thus come into their hands, 
and to copy from them the authentic information 
which was necessary for his purpose, and which is 
here presented to the public : indeed, I am bound to 
say, that in this, as well in all former portions of my 
work, I have experienced from all persons in authority, 



* That gentleman has collected much additional material for 
an enlarged edition of the " Fasti," but only the portion relating 
to the period between 1860 and 1870 came within the scope of 
the present Supplement. 



viil PREFACE. 

the most polite and cordial attention, and the utmost 
readiness to forward my endeavours. The Prelates 
also have ever been most ready to assist me, and I 
have recently received lists of their various 
publications from the hands of the Primate, the Arch 
bishop of Dublin, the Bishops of Killaloe, Limerick, 
and Derry ; also, from many others of the Clergy, 
among whom Dean Hoare, of Waterford (since de 
ceased) and those two learned and zealous antiquaries, 
Dean Eeeves of Armagh, and the Rev. James Graves, 
Treasurer of Kilkenny : Kev. Dr. Lee, Archdeacon of 
Dublin, Rev. Dr, Reichel, Rev. Dr. Quarry, and the 
Rev. Dr. Graves (late Prebendary of Brigown, Cork), 
are to be specially mentioned ; likewise from many 
others of my clerical brethren I have received fre 
quent suggestions and information, for which all have 
my warmest thanks. 

And here I ought not to omit specially thanking 
Dr. Travers, Librarian of St. Patrick s Cathedral, for 
the interesting account of the restoration of that 
Cathedral, which will be found at page 68. 

On consideration of the question, at what point the 
entries in the Supplement ought to commence, it was 
judged advisable ; 

1. To begin in every Diocese with the persons in 
every rank last named in the four volumes, adding any 
further information respecting them subsequently 
obtained. These Dignitaries appear in ITALIC 
CAPITALS. 



PEEFACE. ix 

2. Next, to repeat (for the necessity of avoiding 
multiplication of references), all the appointments 
mentioned in Vol. V., with any additional infor 
mation which may have been since gained ; and 

3. To continue that list down to the 31st of 
December, 1870, the day on which the Act of Dis 
establishment came into full operation. From that 
period a similar record of the Fasti of the same 
Church, " cast down but not destroyed/ will doubt 
less continue to be recorded, but on a much wider 
field, and by far more able hands. 

Above all is not my utmost gratitude justly due to 
that Gracious Providence, which, now on the ap 
proaching close of a life unusually prolonged and 
enriched with countless blessings, permits me to 
witness the completion of this last fragment of my 
poor services offered to the Church of Ireland. 

HENRY COTTON. 



LISMORE January, 1878. 



ADDITIONS. 

Page 3. Add to Archdeacon Cotton s published works " A Short Ex 
planation of Obsolete Words in our version of the Bible." 

Oxford, 1832. 

Page 50. Add to Archbishop Trench s works " Lectures on Medieval 
Church History." London, 1878. 



DEATHS of DIGNITARIES occurring during the printing of this SUPPLEMENT. 

Page 21 Rev. Melianus Spread Campion; died at Killanully, 

June 3, 1877. 

19 Rev. Nicholas C. Dunscombe ; died, June 5, 1877. 

25 Rev. Adam N. Beamish ; died, Oct. 26, 1876. 

M 123 Rev. Thomas M. Groome ; died, July 6, 1877. 

Pages 54, 64 ... Rev. George De Butts ; died, Dec. 10, 1877. 

15, 16, 63... Rev. Samuel H. Meyrick ; died, Sept. 16, 1877. 

Page 76 Very Rev. Charles Vignoles ; died, Oct. 18, 1877, 



27 Rev. Richard Graves ; died at Dublin, Dec. 26, 1877, 



67 Rev. Charles E. Wright; died at London, Dec. 26, 

1877. 

47 Very Rev. M. J. Keating; died, Nov. 25, 1877 ; 

aged 80. 
101 Ven. John C. Martin ; died, Jan. 17, 1878. 



ABBKEYIATIONS. 

B P Book of Returns of Promotions made to the Ecclesiastical 

Commissioners. 

DR Diocesan Registry. 

Br. Rec. ... See page 17. 

V C B . . . Book of the Vicars Choral. 



FASTI ECCLESLE HIBERNIC^. 



THE DIOCESES OF CASHEL AND EMLY, 
WATERFORD, AND LISMORE. 

BISHOPS. 

1843. ROBERT DALY, D.D. ; born June 8, 1783. He 
printed several Sermons and Charges, and various other de 
tached Tracts on religious and moral subjects. Some years ago 
the Editor asked Bishop Daly to give a list of his writings,, 
that they might be recorded in the ( FASTI ; but he regrets to 
say that the Bishop excused himself from complying -with the 
request, modestly declaring that his Publications were "very 
numerous and of very little importance." 

His Library included a fine and rare collection of early- 
printed Bibles and Prayer-books, which was dispersed by auction 
in London a short time previous to his death, which occurred 
on Feb. 1 6, 1 872. He was buried in the Cathedral of Waterford. 



CASHEL. 

DEANS. 

1829. SAMUEL ADAMS, M.A. ; died, Dec. 8, 1856, aged 69. 

1856. OGLE WILLIAM MOORE, M.A. ; Vicar of Blesinton, 
diocese of Glendaloch. Patent, Feb. 25 ; instituted, April 2. 
He resigned in 1861, on being appointed Dean of Clogher. 



2 CASHEL. 

1862. JOHN COTTER MAC DONNELL, D.D., Ex-Scholar, T.C.D., 
and Donnellan Lecturer (son of Dr. Mac Donnell, Provost of 
Trinity College, Dublin), Vicar of Laracor, in the Diocese of 
Meath. Patent, Feb. 24 ; instituted, March 2; installed, March 8. 
After the Disestablishment he accepted preferment in England, 
in the diocese of Peterborough. 

The parish church of St. John, which is the present Cathe 
dral of Cashel, is a plain modern structure, erected in the middle 
of the last century. Its interior arrangements have been mate 
rially improved within the last few years by the care and good 
taste of Dean Mac Donnell. 

The Dean published the following works, viz. : 

The Doctrine of the Atonement, &c. : being the Donnellan 
Lectures for 1857. London, 1858. 

The True Life of the Church in Ireland, as distinct from Estab 
lishment and Endowment : a Sermon preached in Christ Church, 
Belfast, at the opening of the Diocesan Conference of Down, &c. 

Dublin, 1 867- 
Th e Things that are Wanting : a Sermon preached in the Chapel 
Royal, Whitehall, at the Consecration of the Right Rev. W. Magee, 
D.D., Bishop of Peterborough. London, 1868. 

Shall we Commute ? a Question for the Irish Clergy, with an 
Answer. Dublin, 1869. 

Our High Priest in Heaven : an Act Sermon preached in the 
Chapel of Trinity College, Dublin, for the Degree of D.D. 

Second Edition, 1872. 

PE^CENTOES. 

1826. BENJAMIN HOLFORD BANNER. In 1835 he became 
also Chancellor of Emly. He held these dignities until the 
Disestablishment of the Church. He died Sept. 14, 1874, and 
was buried in his Parish of Bansha. 

CHANCELLOES. 

1844. CHARLES MAYNE, resigned on April 15th, 1859. He 
died Dec. 13, 1873, aged 88. 



TREASURERS ARCHDEACONS. 3 

1859. JONAS MORRIS POOLE, late Prebendary of Glankeen, 
a Vicar Choral and Eector of the Parish of Athassel, was 
elected by the Dean and Chapter on May 14. He died 
June 18, 1872, aged 87. 

The suspension having been removed by Act of Council, 
May 30, 1859, the right of appointment reverted to the former 
patron, the Bishop. 

1859. HUGH HAMILTON MADDEN, M.A., Rector of Temple- 
more (appointed by the Bishop) ; collated, June 22 ; installed, 
same day. 

TREASURERS. 
1826. RICHARD FRENCH LAURENCE, M.A. 



ARCHDEACONS. 

1824. HENRY COTTON, LL.D. He was also Rector of 
Thurles, and in 1832 became Treasurer of Christ Church, 
Dublin, and continued also in that dignity until the Disestab 
lishment. 

To the list of his published works given in Vol. I., add 

Fasti Ecclesise Hibernioe. Vols. II., III., IV., V. Vol. V. 
contains illustrations and several indexes. 

Consecrations of the Irish Prelates from the Reformation to the 
present time (1850). 

Rheiras and Douay : an attempt to show what has been done by 
Roman Catholics for the diffusion of the - Holy Scriptures in 
English. 8vo. Oxford, 1855. 

The Four Gospels and the Acts of the Apostles arranged, &c. ; 
witli short notes, for the use of schools and young persons. 12mo. 

Oxford, 1857. 

Memoir of a Rare French New Testament, in which Purgatory 
and the Mass are intruded into the Sacred Text. Second edition, 
enlarged. London, 1863. 



4 CASHEL. 

PREBENDARIES. 

1. GLANKEEN. 

(ELECTED.) 

1839. J-ONAS MORRIS POOLE, B.A. He resigned on being 
elected to the Chancellorship, May 14, 1859 ; and was succeeded 

by 

1859. The BISHOP. 

2. CKOGHANE. 

Since 1620 this Prebend has formed the corps of the Arch 
deaconry. 

3. KILLARDRIFFE. 

1850. ABRAM SARGENT, M.A. ; died in 1867. 
1867. JOHN ALCORN, D.T). collated, June 6 ; installed, 
July 3. 

4. FENNOR, 

1833. WILLIAM EDWARD LLOYD, M. A. ; died Dec. 2, 1853. 

1854. ALEXANDER M LOUGHLIN, B,A. ; collated, April 17; 

installed, April 20 ; resigned in 1860 for the rectory of Abington. 

1860. THOMAS MILES, B.A. ; collated, July 4; installed, 
July 8. He died at Fennor, Feb. 6, 1877, aged 65. 

5. NEWCHAPEL. 

1841. WILLIAM NEWSTEAD FALKNER, M.A. ; resigned, 
April, 1860; died at Clonmel, April 30, 1865, aged 76. 

1860. ROBERT HENRY FALKNER, B.A. (son of his prede 
cessor) ; collated, June 12; installed, July 15. 

N.B. On the reconstruction of the Irish Church the Parish 
of Newchapel was transferred from the Diocese of Cashel to that 
of Lismore. 

6. KILBRAGH. 

1832. MUNGO NOBLE THOMPSON, B.A. ; died, Oct. 16, 
1852, aged 77. 

1852. DANIEL FOLEY, M.A. (afterwards D.D.) ; collated, 



VICARS CHORAL. 5 

Dec. 6; installed, Dec. 28. He was Professor of the Irish 
Language in Trinity College, Dublin. Dr. Foley published 

A Dictionary of the Irish Language. Dublin, 1855. 

A Tour in the United States. Dublin, 1858. 

And the following pamphlets : 

" Infallibility." A Lecture delivered in Liverpool, March 13, 1851. 

i( David, an Example to Christians." A Lecture delivered in 
Dublin, Nov. 28, 1854. 

" A Missionary Tour in Ireland." 1849, 

" Lecture on the present state of Italy." Delivered in Clonmel, 
Jan. 10, 1860. 

" Speech at Clonmel for Church Defence," March 27, 1869. 

" The Christian s Holy Faith." A Sermon. 1852. 

Dr. Foley also contributed many articles to the " Christian Examiner " 
and " Dublin University Magazine." 

He died at Blackrock, near Dublin, on July 7, 1874, in bis 
59th year, and was buried at Kill-o -the-Grange Cemetery. 



VICARS CHORAL. 

[f Vicars Choral thus marked held the office till the Disestablishment.] 

1810. REV. EDWARD LABARTE, Praecentor s Vicar; died, 
March 24, 1853, aged 86. 

1815. REV. yoNAs MORRIS POOLED M.A., Dean s Vicar. 
In 1859 he was elected Chancellor (q.v.), retaining his Vicar 
Choralship. 

1836. REV. THOMAS ATKINSON, B.A., Chancellor s Vicar. 

1850. ROBERT LINTON, Esq., Treasurer s Vicar. He died at 
Cashel, Aug. 30, 1863, aged 86 J, having been a Vicar Choral, or 
a Deputy Vicar Choral, for 65 years. 

]850. t GEORGE SQUIRES, Esq., Archdeacon s Vicar. 

1853. tJoHN KINGSBURY, Esq.,Pr8ecentor s Vicar (v. Labarte) ; 
appointed, April 2 ; installed, April 9. 



6 CASHEL. 

1864. EEV. EDWARD A. FISHBOURNE, Treasurer s Vicar 
(v. Linton) ; appointed, July 15. 

1866. tTnOMAS EDWARD CLOSE, Esq., Chancellor s Vicar 
(v. Atkinson); appointed, June 14 ; died, May 15, 1876. 

1869. tEsv. HUGH SYDNEY WILLIAM BAKER, M.A., Dean s 
Vicar (v. Poole) ; appointed, May 20. 

1869. t WILSON FIRTH, Esq., Treasurer s Vicar (v. Fisbbourne) ; 
appointed, May 20. 



EML Y. 

DEANS. 

1845. BRABAZON WILLIAM DISNEY, B.D. In 1851 he 
became Dean of Armagh. 

1852. DENIS BROWNE, M.A. (3rd son of the Right Hon. 
Denis Browne, grandson of the 2nd Earl of Altamont), Yicar of 
Enniscorthy; patent, April 28; instituted, July 17. He pub 
lished several pamphlets, chiefly on the Education question. He 
died at Enniscorthy, March 14, 1864, in the 69th year of his age. 

1864. WILLIAM ALEXANDER, M.A. ; Rector of Camus-juxta- 
Mourne; patent, Aug. 24; instituted, Nov. 18; installed next 
day. He was eldest son of the Rev. R. Alexander, Prebendary 
of Aghadoey, Diocese of Derry. In 1867 he was raised to the 
bishopric of Derry. q.v. 

The Deanery remained vacant until the Disestablishment. 

PRECENTORS. 

1847. HENRY BROWNE POER, B.A. ; resigned, Dec. 13, 

1850. 

1851. MICHAEL LLOYD APJOHN, B.A. ; collated, Feb. 5; 
installed, March 18. He died at Linfield, Aug. 11, 1871, 
aged 65. 

CHANCELLORS. 

1835. BENJAMIN HOLFORD BANNER, M.A., Praecentor of 
Cashel. q.v. 

ARCHDEACONS. 

1843. HENRY IRWIN, B.A. ; born, Oct. 31, 1773; died at 
Dublin, Feb. 25, 1858, aged 84. 

1858. EDWARD HENRY BRIEN, B.A. ; Vicar of Ballinakill, 
Diocese of Waterford, and formerly Praecentor of Waterford ; 
collated, May 11 ; installed, May 15. 



EMLY. 

PREBENDARIES. 

1. ISERT LAURENCE. 

(ELECTED.) 

1841. MATTHEW MOORE. 
I860. The BISHOP. 

2. DOLLARDSTOWN. 

The ARCHDEACON. 

3. BALLYBROOD. 

The PRECENTOR. 

4. KILLENELLICK. 

1847. HENRY ATLANTIC SADLEIR^.^. (afterwards M.A.); 
son of Thomas Sadleir, Esq., of Castletown, Co. Tipperary. 
He was born on board ship in the Atlantic Ocean, from whence 
his commemorative name. He resigned, Jan. 8, 1867. 

1867. JAMES WILLIAM RYND, B.A. ; collated, April 4; 
installed, May 31. 

5. BOON. 

1838. THOMAS ATKINSON, M.A. ; died at Rathmines, near 
Dublin, July 3, 1865. 

1865. JOHN BAGWELL GORDON, M.A., Rector of Clonbeg; 
collated, Aug. 17 : installed, Aug. 26. 

6. LATTIN. 

(ELECTED.) 

1841. ALFRED THOMAS ARMSTRONG, B.A. In March, 
1852, he exchanged the Rectory of CuUen for the Vicarage of 
St. James s, Preston, Lancashire, still retaining the Prebend, 
which possessed no emoluments. 



( 9 ) 

WATERFORD. 



DEANS. 

1850. THOMAS STUART TOWNSEND, D.D. ; appointed by 
Queen s Letter, dated Aug. 21, but his Patent was never made 
out, for in October of this year he was raised to the Bishopric 
of Meath. q.v. 

1850. EDWARD NEWENHAM HOARE, M.A., Dean of Achonry; 
Patent, Nov. 26, 1850; instituted, Dec. 13; installed, Dec. 14. 
Dean Hoare published 

The Christian Herald, a monthly Magazine, chiefly on subjects 
connected with Prophecy. Six volumes. Dublin, 1830-35. 

A Translation from the Latin of the Rev. Dr. Mede s Clavis 
Apocalyptica, with a Life of the Author. Dublin, 1831. 

Salvation by Free Grace. A Sermon on Titus ii. 11 to 13. 

Dublin, 1832. 

Practical Observations on Church Reform, the Tithe Question, 
and National Education in Ireland. 8vo. Dublin, 1838. 

Letters on subjects connected with Ireland, addressed to an 
English Clergyman. Dublin, 1839. 

The Tendency of the Principles treated in the " Tracts for the 
Times." Dublin, 1841. 

Whose is the Loss and whose the Gain by the Secession of 
the Rev. J. H. Newman and others ? A Letter to the Archbishop 
of Dublin, by " Decanus." Dublin, 1846. 

A Letter on the National Education in Ireland, containing 
suggestions for obtaining the co-operation of the Clergy of the 
Established Church. By a Dignitary of the Irish Church. 

Dublin, 1846. 

The National Board and the National Club. Dublin, 1851. 

The English Settler s Guide to Ireland. Dublin, 1851. 

Remarks upon the Repeal of the Union, Cheap Food, and 
Employment of the People by Government. Dublin, 1851. 

The Repeal of the Union ; in a conversation between two 
Dublin Shopkeepers. Dublin, 1851. 

A Letter on National Education to a Deputy Lieutenant. 

Dublin, 1851. 



10 WATERFORD. 

The Ordination Vows and the National Board. A Sermon 
preached at an Ordination in the Cathedral of Waterford, held by 
the Bishop of Cashel. Dublin, 1852. 

On certain Mis-statements respecting National Education. 

Dublin, 1852. 

Suggestions for Co-operation of the Protestant Clergy in the 
cause of National Education. Dublin, 1853. 

The March of Intellect : a Lecture delivered in Waterford. 

Dublin, 1853. 

Remarks on a plan of the Bishop of Ossory s on National 
Education. Dublin, 1854. 

A Letter to the Honorary Secretary of the Church Education 
Society in reference to the Lord Primate s Letter recently addressed 
to them on the state of the Education Question. Dublin, I860. 

" All flesh is grass." A Sermon preached in Waterford on the 
death of H.R.H. the Prince Consort. Dublin, 1861. 

A Sermon preached in the Cathedral of Waterford, and in the 
Chapel Royal of Dublin Castle. Dublin, 1862. 

English Roots, or the Derivation of Words from the ancient 
Anglo-Saxon : two Lectures, enlarged, with a Supplement. 3rd 
edition. Dublin, 1863. 

"Exotics." An English word derived from the Latin. Dedi 
cated to the late Dr. Richardson. Dublin, 1863. 
He died at Lauranah Villa, Upper Norwood, Surrey, Feb. 1, 
1877, infliis 75th year. 

PR^ECENTOES. 

1848. ARTHUR WYNNE, M.A. ; died, March 8, 1854. In 
1850 he became also Prcecentor of Lismore. q.v. 

1854. EDWARD HENRY BRIEN, B.A. ; collated, Sept. 1 ; in 
stalled, Sept. 5. He resigned in 1856, and afterwards, in 1858, 
became Archdeacon of Emly. 

1856. EICHARD HENRY SMYTH, M.A. (chaplain to the 
Bishop); coUated, Nov. 13; installed, Nov. 14. In 1857 he 
was also made Prebendary of Kilrossanty, Lismore. He died 
Dec. 23, 1863, aged 44, and was buried at Carrick-on-Suir, of 
which he had lately become Incumbent. 

1864. JOHN FREDERICK EYLAND, B.A. (son of the Eev. E. H. 
Eyland, Chancellor) ; collated, May 11 ; installed same day. 



CHANCELLORS TREASURERS, ETC. 11 

CHANCELLORS. 

1829. RICHARD HOPKINS RYLAND, M.A. ; died at the 
Mall, Waterford, Dec. 31, 1866. 

The appointment was suspended by Act of Council, May 3, 
1867, but the suspension was afterwards removed. 

1868. JOHN ALCOCK, M.A., Archdeacon of Waterford; 
collated, March 13 ; installed, March 17. 



TREASURERS. 

1831. RICHARD JONES HOBSON, M.A. ; died at Waterford, 
May 21, 1851. 

The appointment to the Treasurership was suspended by the 
Lord Lieutenant and Privy Council on his death, but the suspen 
sion was removed, Dec. 1, 1851. 

1851. ROBERT BELL, D.D., Archdeacon; collated, Dec. 1, 
installed same day. In July, 1855, he was made also Prsecentor 
of Lismore. In 1866 he was appointed to the Parish of Tip- 
perary, retaining the Treasurership. 

ARCHDEACONS. 

1845. ROBERT BELL, M.A. ; resigned soon after his appoint 
ment to the Parish of Tipperary in 1866. 

1867. JOHN ALCOCK, M.A. ; collated, Feb. 27; installed, 
March 1 . In the following year he became also Chancellor. 

Archdeacon Alcock has published 

The Apostacy of the latter Times. 
Transubstantiation. 

" Antichrist : Who is He ?" The subject of two Sermons, 
altered for the Press, and enlarged. Cork, 1845. 

A Review of the Bishop of Ossory s Plea from the Bible and 
the Bible alone, for the Doctrine of Baptismal Regeneration. 

Dublin, 1874. 

Also several Sermons preached on special occasions, and published by 
request. 



12 WATERFORD. 

The Editor is aware that for a long course of years the Arch 
deacon had not been considered a member of the Chapter. In 
fact, the Archdeacon of a Diocese is not a Cathedral officer, and 
therefore has not a right to claim a place in the FASTI ; but 
the case of Waterford is a singular exception to the general rule, 
and as this exception has now been removed, he has thought it 
best to insert the Archdeacon s name among those of his brethren 
of similar rank, although the date of his formal recognition does 
not come within the period embraced in this Publication. 



LISMORE. 

DEANS. 

1850. HON. HENRY MONTAGUE BROWNE, M.A. ; son of 
John, 3rd Baron Kilmaine. 

PE^ECENTOES. 

1850. ARTHUR WYNNE, M.A. ; died, March 8,1854. 
1855. EGBERT BELL, D.D., Archdeacon (and Treasurer) of 
Waterford ; collated, July 28 ; installed, Aug. 2. 

CHANCELLOES. 

1834. HENRY FLEURY, M.A. ; died, Jan. 1, 1861. 

1861. FRANCIS TEMPEST BRADY, M.A. (brother of the Eight 
Hon. Sir Maziere Brady, Bart., Lord Chancellor of Ireland) ; 
Eector of St. Mary s, Clonmel ; collated, July 1 6 ; installed, 
Aug. 1. He died on March 8, 1871, aged 65. 

TEEASUEEES. 

1834 [not 1804]. HENRY PRITTIE PERRY, M.A. ; died at 
Dunmore, May 2, 1870, aged 73. 

1870. t JAMES ANDERSON CARR ; collated, May 14; installed, 
May 15. 

AECHDEACONS. 

1828. AMBROSE POWER, B.A., who was also a Vicar Choral; 
died at Lismore, Nov. 8, 1869. On a marble tablet in the 
chancel of Lismore Cathedral, beneath a medallion, is the fol 
lowing inscription : 

" Sacred to the memory of AMBROSE POWER, 

Archdeacon of Lismore, 

Who died November 8th, 1869. 

Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall 

see God. 

This tablet is erected as a token of love by 
his widow and children." 



14 LISMOEE. 

The inhabitants of Lismore, of every creed and class, in order 
to testify their high respect and esteem for the Archdeacon, have 
erected in the centre of their town a handsome drinking foun 
tain as a lasting memorial of him. 

1870. JOHN FREDERICK EYLAND, M.A., Prsecentor of Water- 
ford ; collated, Dec. 22, 1869 ; installed, Jan. 8, 1870. 



PKEBENDAKIES. 

1. TULLAGHORTON. 

(ELECTED.) 

1836. JOHN JACKSON, B.A. On his death the appointment 
was suspended. 

2. MORA. 

1841. RICHARD HOPKINS RYLAND, M.A., Chancellor of 
Waterford. q.v. 

On his death the appointment was suspended. 

3. DISERT. 

1810. NICHOLAS HERBERT, M.A. ; Eector of Knockgraf- 
fon; born, 1779; entered Trinity College, Dublin, Nov. 3, 
1794; died at New Inn, Co. Tipperary, Oct. 22, 1871. 

At the time of Mr. Herbert s decease, various accounts were 
in circulation respecting his exact age. It has been ascertained, 
from the registry of admissions into Trinity College, Dublin, that 
he entered on Nov. 3, 1794, being then aged 15 : this would 
assign his birth to the year 1779, and give his age at death to 
be 92. 

4. DONOGHMORE. 

1820. ROBERT CAREY, B.A. (afterwards M.A.) ; died, July 
3, 1861, aged 68, and was buried at Lisronagh, near Clonmel. 
On his death the appointment was suspended. 



PREBEND ABIES. 15 

5. KILGOBINET. 

1827. CHARLES HENRY MINCHIN, M.A. ; died at Killiney, 
Co. Dublin, April 9, 1863, aged 78. 

On his death the appointment was suspended. 

6. KILROSSANTIB. 

1812. HON. JOHN HORSLEY- BERESFORD, M.A. ; suc 
ceeded, Sept. 6, 1819, on the death of his father, Archbishop of 
Tuam and -1st Baron Decies, to the latter title; died, March 1, 
1855, aged 82. 

Upon his death the appointment to this Prebend was sus 
pended by the Privy Council, April 24, 1855, but the suspension 
was removed on the 16th of May following. 

(COLLATED.) 

1857. PacHARD HENRY SMYTH, M.A., Praecentor of Water- 
ford; collated, July 10; installed, July 23; died, Dec. 22, 
1863. 

1864. JOHN FREDERICK PARKER, B.A. ; collated, July 8; 
installed, July 12. 

7. MODELIGO. 
(ELECTED.) 

1845. THOMAS PARKS, B.A., formerly a Vicar Choral; 
died in 1855. 

The suspension was removed in 1853, and the following 
appointment made : 

(COLLATED.) 

1853. SAMUEL HENRY MEYRICK, M.A., a Vicar Choral; 
collated and installed, Sept. 9; resigned in 1861 on becoming 
Vicar of Blesinton. in the Diocese of Glendaloch, and a Preben 
dary of St. Patrick s. 

1861. JAMES CARSON, B.A. ; collated and installed, Aug. 1 ; 
resigned, Oct. 4, 1867. 



16 LISMOKE. 

8. SESKENAN, 

1833. RICHARD JONES HOB SON, M.A. ; Treasurer of 
Waterford. q.v. 

On his death the appointment to the Prebend was suspended 
by the Privy Council. 

9. CLASHMORE. 

1827. WILLIAM MACKESY, B.A. 



VICAES CHOEAL. 

[t Vicars Choral thus marked held the office until the Disestablishment.] 

1825. AMBROSE POWER, B.A. ; afterwards Archdeacon, still 
retaining his office of Vicar Choral; died Nov. 8, 1869. 
1850. tEEv. HANS BUTLER, B.A. 
1839. EEV. JAMES MOCKLER, B.A. ; died in Sept., 1851. 

1850. tEsv. RICHARD WOODS, Eector of Lisgenane. 

1851. fEEV. SAMUEL HENRY MEYRICK, B.A., afterwards M.A, 
(v. Mockler); admitted, Sept. 1; installed, Sept. 17. In 1853 
he was made Prebendary of Modeligo. q.v. 

(1852. EEV. WILLIAM ELLIOTT SHAW; appointed by the 
Bishop on the ground that the Dean had failed to fill a vacancy 
for six months. As no such vacancy really existed, the Eev. 
Mr. Shaw s appointment fell through.) 

1858. |EEV. HENRY GROVE CAVENDISH BROWNE, B.A. (son of 
the Dean); admitted, May 12; installed, May 15. 

1869. {REV. JOHN BAIN, B.A. (v. Power) ; admitted, Dec. 16 ; 
installed, April 22, 1870. 



THE DIOCESES OF CORK, CLOYNE, AND 

ROSS. 



Since the publication of the FASTI the Succession not only 
of Bishops and Cathedral Officers , but of all Incumbents, in 
these Dioceses, has been published, with much illustrative 
matter, in three volumes, entitled " The Clerical and Parochial 
Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross ", by W. Maziere Brady, 
D.D., 8vo, Dublin, 1863-4. This work, as regards these dio 
ceses, included the FASTI . For details relating chiefly to 
families, income, and " parochialia ", beyond the scope of the 
FASTI , Dr. Brady s Records should be referred to. Such 
references in this volume will be indicated by the contraction : 
[Br. Rec.] 



BISHOPS. 

1848. JAMES WILSON, D.D.; died at Cork, Jan. 5, 1857, 
aged 78, and was buried in his Cathedral. A window of stained 
glass, with an inscription, was placed in memory of him in 
the Church of St. Nicholas, Cork. See memoir in Brady s 
" Records ", iii. 86-7. 

1857. WILLIAM FITZGERALD, D.D. ; was raised to these Sees 
by patent, dated Feb. 7, and was consecrated at St. Patrick s, 
Dublin, on March 8, by the Archbishop of Dublin, assisted by 
the Bishops of Down and Limerick ; enthroned, March 1 8, at 
Cork, for Cork and Ross, and March 16, at Cloyne. In 1862 
he was translated to Killaloe, under which an account of his 
publications will be found. See also Brady s " Records," iii. 87-8. 



18 COEK. 

1862. JOHN GREGG, D.D.; Archdeacon of Kildare and In 
cumbent of Trinity Church, Dublin (1839-62); appointed by 
patent dated Feb. 8. He was consecrated at Christ Church 
Cathedral, Dublin, on Feb. 16 by the Archbishop of Dublin, 
assisted by the Bishops of Cashel and Killaloe. He was enthroned 
at Cork, for Cork and Ross, Feb. 19, and at Cloyne Feb. 21. 

A memoir of him, and full particulars relating to his family, 
are given in Brady s " Records ", iii. 89-90. 

He has written several tracts, and published many sermons 
charges, &c., but no complete list has been obtained. 

DEANS. 

1842. HORATIO TOWNSEND NEWMAN, M.A.; died at Cork, 
Jan. 6, 1864, aged 83. He published " A brief view of Eccle 
siastical History from the earliest periods to the present time ", 
1844; and 18mo. 1856. 

1864. WILLIAM CONNER MAGEE, D.D.; (son of the Rev. 
John Magee, and grandson of Archbishop Magee). He was 
appointed by patent, dated Feb. 5 ; and installed, March 8. In 
1869 he was raised to the bishopric of Peterborough. 
He has published 

Opening Address to the College Historical Society. Dublin, 1843. 

A Sermon "Christian Socialism, or Many Members, One Body." 

Preached at Walcot. London, 1852. 

A Lecture Auricular Confession and Priestly Absolution. 

Delivered in Dorchester. London, 1852. 

Speech On Auricular Confession. Delivered in Freemasons 

Hall London, 1852. 

Two volumes of Sermons, preached at the Octagon Chapel, Bath. 

London, 1854 

A Lecture on the Voluntary System. London, 1860. 

A Sermon at T.C.D. " Christ the Light of all Scripture." 

London, 1860. 

A Lecture on Baxter s Life and Times. Dublin, 1861. 

A Sermon at Whitehall" The Gospel and the Age." 

London, 1861 



PRECENTORS CHANCELLORS. 1 9 

A Lecture on Scepticism. Dublin, 1863. 

A Sermon -"Rebuilding the Wall in Troublous Times." 

Dublin, 1866. 

A Sermon " Compassion on the Multitude." London, 1867. 

Three Sermons The Victor Manifest in the Flesh." Preached 
at Oxford. London, 1867. 

A Sermon at Norwich The Origin of the Christian Life." 

London, 1868. 

A Sermon at St. Patrick s" The Breaking Net." Dublin, 1868. 

Three Sermons at Norwich in Defence and Confirmation of the 
Faith. 

Two Charges to the Clergy of the Diocese of Peterborough. 

1869. ARTHUR WILLIAM EDWARDS, M.A. ; Archdeacon of 
Deny, (q.v.) Patent, dated ; instituted and installed, 

Feb. 5. 

PRECENTORS. 

1826. HENRY THEOPHILUS MOORE HODDER, MA.; died 
in Nov. 1864, and was buried at Carrigrohane. 

1865. ROBERT SAMUEL GREGG, M.A., afterwards D.D.; (son 
of the Bishop); Rector of Carrigrohane. In 1874 he became 
Dean of Cork, and in the following year was elected to the 
bishopric of Ossory, &c. 

CHANCELLORS. 

1850. RICHARD WALTON MARMION, M.A. ; resigned, in 
1853, for the Rectory of Macroom, Cloyne, which he exchanged 
for Kilmeen, Ross, in 1862. [Br. Rec. Kilmeen, Ross.] 

1853. JOHN CONOLLY, B.A. ; collated, May 21; installed, 
May 27 : resigned, in Dec., 1853, for the Vicarage and Honorary 
Prebend of Holy Trinity, Cork. [Br. Rec.] 

1854. NICHOLAS COLTHURST DUNSCOMBE, B.A. ; collated, Jan. 
19; resigned, on promotion to the Rectory of Macroom. [Br. 
Rec. Macroom, Cloyne. J 

1858. GEORGE WEBSTER, M.A., afterwards D.D. ; collated, 
Jan. 13 ; installed, next day. [Br. Rec. S. Nicholas, Cork.] 



20 CORK. 

Dr. Webster has published 

Tracts on Scripture Doctrines : 

1. Election. 

2. Imputed Righteousness. 

3. The Sovereignty of God. 

T-. i 1859. 

4. Perseverance. 

5. Sober-mindedness. 

6. Regeneration. 

The Importance of Studying the Evidences of Christianity, 1857. 

Amusements. 

Why are Sponsors Appointed ? 1858. 

Notes of Lectures on the New Testament. 1859. 

Spiritual Organizations. 

A Series of Letters to the Revs. H. C. Eade, and A. R. C. 
Dallas, in reference to the charge of Bribery made against Irish 
Church Missions Society. Edited by Four Rectors. 1864. 



TREASURERS. 

1831. SOMERS PAYNE, M.A. ; died, May L>9, 1857. [Br. 
Rec. Ballinadee, Cork.] 

1857. THOMAS TOWNLY MACAN, B.A. ; Prebendary of Killa- 
nulty; collated, July 27 : installed, Aug. 5; died, in 1860.- 
[Br. Rec. Ballinadee, Cork.] 

1861. JOHN MURPHY, B.A. ; Vicar of Kilmocamoge ; col 
lated, Jan. 5, installed, same day; resigned, on promotion. 
[Br. Rec. Ballinadeen, Cork.] 

1867. WILLIAM CLARKE WALKER, M.A. ; Prebendary of 
Timoleague, in the Diocese of Ross ; collated, Fob. 19 ; installed 
April 13. 

ARCHDEACONS. 

1833. SAMUEL MOORE KYLE, LL.D. [Br. Rec. St. Peter, 
Cork.] 

PREBENDARIES. 

1. KlLBBOGAN. 

1842. HON. CHARLES BRODRICK BERNARD, M.A. ; 



CORK. 21 

(Oxon.) He was raised to the Bishopric of Tuam in ^NTovember, 
1866. q.v. [Br. Eec.] 

1867. EGBERT GILBERT ECCLES, B.A. ; collated, March 12 ; 
installed, March, 16. 

2. KlLLASPUGMULLANE. 

1842. JOHN A. BOLSTER, M.A. [Br. Eec.] 

3. CAHIRLAG. 

1850. JOHN NUN WOODROOFE, M.A. His second name 
was given in Vol. I. as NEVE by mistake. [Br. Eec.] 

4. LISCLEARY. 

1834. JOHNUSTEED, B.A. ; died in 1865. The appoint 
ment to this Prebend was suspended March 28, 1865, and the 
suspension removed July 4, 1865. 

1866. JAMES FREKE, B.A. ; collated Jan. 9; installed same 
day. 

5. HOLY TRINITY, OR CHRIST S CHURCH. 
(ELECTED.) 

1846. WILLIAM COTTER WILLIAMSON, M.A. ; afterwards 
Chancellor and subsequently Jrrsecentor of Cloyne. q.v. 

1853. JOHN CONOLLY, M.A. ; Chancellor of Cork ; 
elected April 1 2. [Br. Eec.] 

6. KILLANULLY. 

1840. ROBERT HALBURD, B.A. ; resigned in 1855 for the 
Prebend of Kilbrittain. [Br. Eec. Kilbrittain.] 

1855. THOMAS TOWNLY MAC AN, B.A. ; Perpetual Curate of 
Marmullane, [Br. Eec.] collated Sep. 1 ; installed Sep. 8 ; re 
signed on becoming Treasurer in 1857. [Br. Eec. Ballinadee, 
Cork.] 

1857. EICHARD LONGFIELD, B.A. ; collated Sep. 28; installed 
Oct. 5 ; resigned for the living of Mogeely. [Br. Eec. Mogeely 
Cloyne,] 

1858. M ELI AN us SPREAD CAMPION, B.A. ; son of the Eev. 



22 COEK. 

T. S. Campion, D.D., Vicar of Ballynoe, in the Diocese of 
Cloyne. [Br. Rec.] collated, Nov. 16. 

7. INISKENNY. 

1831. RICHARD LEE, M.A. ; died, Nov., 1853. [Br. Rec.] 

1854. WILLIAM SHERRARD, B.A. ; collated, Jan. 3 ; installed, 
same day; resigned on promotion. [Br. Rec.] 

1865. THOMAS EDWARD EVANS, B.A. ; collated, Feb. 7 ; 
installed, Feb. 27. 

8. KILNAGLORY AND ATHNOWEN. 

1847. EDMUND LOMBARD, M.A. He died, June 8, 1874, 
aged 80. 

9. KILBRITTAIN. 

1850. JOHN EG AN, M.A. ; died June 17, 1855. 

1855. ROBERT HALBURD, B.A. ; Prebendary of Killanully, 
collated, July 23 ; installed, July 25. [Br. Rec.] 

1868. THOMAS NELIGAN KEARNEY, LL.D. ; collated Nov. 
2 ; installed Nov. 26. 

10. ST. MICHAEL S. 

1834. WILLIAM COLLINS, B.A. ; died July, 1860. 

1860. HORACE TOWNSEND FLEMING, M.A. ; Sch., T.C.D. 
collated Aug. 28 ; installed, same day : resigned on promotion. 
[Br. Rec.] 

1867. THOMAS DORMAN, B.A. ; collated Jan. 22 ; installed 
same day. 

11. DESERTMORE. 

1824. ROBERT PRATT, B.A., died Feb. 7, 1856. [Br. 

Rec.] 

1856. JOHN QUARRY, M.A. ; a Prebendary of Ross; collated 
March 18; installed, same day; resigned on promotion to 
Rectory of Midleton, Diocese of Cloyne, July, 1859. [Br. Rec. 
Castrachore, Cloyne.] He afterwards became Prebendary of 
Donoughmore in that Diocese, q.v. 



VICARS CHORAL. 23 

1859. HENRY CONSTABLE, M.A. ; collated, Aug. 23 ; in 
stalled, Aug. 26. [Br. Rec.] 
He has published 

Parochial Sermons. London, 1857. 

Essays Critical and Theological. London, 1859. 

The Irish Church and National Education, 8vo. Dublin, 1860. 

12. DROMDALEAQUE. 

1818. THOMAS TUCKEY, B.A. ; died, July 5, 1852. [Br. 
Rec.] 

1852. WILLIAM MOORE CROSTHWAITE, M.A. ; Vicar of 
Durrus ; collated, Aug. 17 ; installed same day; died, Dec. 
30, 1854. [Br. Rec.] 

1855. MOUNTIFORT LONGFIELD CONNOR, B.A. ; collated, 
Feb. 13 ; installed next day. 



VICARS CHORAL. 

t These Vicars Choral continued to the Disestablishment. 

1826. \JOHN WARBURTON, M.A, Prsecentor of Limerick, 
and Rector of Kill, Diocese of Kildare. 

1831. SAMUEL GEORGE ROGERS, B.A. ; died in 1856. 
[Br. Rec. Nathlash, Cloyne.] 

1831 not 1836. t SAMUEL MOORE KYLE, LL.D. : after 
wards Archdeacon. [Br. Rec. St. Peter s, Cork.] 

1833. THOMAS HENRY TORREXS, B.A. ; died, NOT. 29, 
1858. [Br. Rec.J 

In 1842 these appointments were suspended by Act of 
Council, Feb. 2, and the revenues transferred on next avoidances 
to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners. 



CLOYNE. 

DEANS. 

1845. RIGHT HON. HERVEY DE MONTMORENCY, fourth 
Viscount Mountmorres, LL.D. In October, 1850, he resigned 
and became Dean of Achonry, q.v. [Br. Eec. Farrahy, Cloyne.] 

1851. JAMES HOWIE, M.A. ; a Prebendary of St. Patrick s, 
Dublin ; presented by patent dated Jan. 9 ; instituted, Jan. 
17 ; installed next day. [Br. Eec. Killeagh, Cloyne.] 

PE^CENTOES. 

1822. WILLIAM WRAY MAUNSELL, M.A., Archdeacon of 
Limerick ; died July, 25, I860, aged 78. [Br. Eec. Lisgoold, 
Cloyne.] 

1860. WILLIAM COTTER WILLIAMSON, M.A. ; Chancellor ; 
collated, Nov. 1 ; installed, Nov. 9. [Br. Eec. Lisgoold, Cloyne.] 
Died, Oct. 28, 1873. 

1865. GEORGE JOHN GWYNNE, B.A. ; collated, Jan. 3 ; in 
stalled, Jan. 13. 



CHANCELLOES. 

1819. JOHN WILLIAM BENNETT, Jun., LL,D. ; died at 
Jersey, Sept. 27, 1853. 

1853. WILLIAM COTTER WILLIAMSON, M.A. ; Vicar of Holy 
Trinity, Cork ; collated, Dec. 1 ; resigned, on becoming Prte- 
centor. 

1861. WILLIAM JOHNSON, B.A., (Oxon.); Eector of Knock- 
avilly, Cork; collated, Jan. 3; installed, Jan. 12. [Br. Eec. 
Clenore, Cloyne.] 



TREASURERS, ETC. 25 

TREASURERS. 

1833. GEORGE EDMUND Co TTER, M. A. ; resigned in 1851 
for the Rectory of Monanimrny. [Br. Rec. Monanimmy.] 

1851. THOMAS GIBBINGS, M.A. ; Rector of Monanimmy ; 
collated, June 13; installed, next day; died, March 27, 1861. 
[Br. Rec. Templenecarrigy.] 

1861. JOHN LOVELL ROBINSON, M.A., Sch. T.C.D. ; Incum 
bent of Buttevant ; collated, May 16; installed, May 18. [Br. 
Rec. Templenecarrigy.] He resigned in 1863. 

1863. ADAM NEWMAN BEAMISH, B.A. ; collated, Sept. 23; 
installed, Sept. 25 ; died in Nov., 1876. 



ARCHDEACONS. 

1834. WILLIAM RYDER, B.A. ; died at Queenstown, May 
26, 1862. [Br. Rec. Gortroe.] 

1862. ROBERT MAUNSELL EVANS, M.A. ; collated, Sept. 17 ; 
installed, Sept. 19. [Br. Rec. Gortroe.] 



PREBENDARIES. 

1. DONOUGHMORE. 

1841. JOSEPH ROGERSON COTTER, M.A. ; died, Feb. 4, 1868. 
[Br. Rec.] 
He published 

" Christ s Promises to His Church :" a Lecture delivered in Christ 
Church, Cork. 12mo. Cork, 1843. 

Popular and Practical Treatises for the present times. 12mo. 

London, 1849, 

Poor Paddy s Cabin, &c. 

1868. JOHN QUARRY, D.D. ; Prebendary of Kilmaclennan ; 
collated, March 23 ; installed, March 27. 



26 CLOYNE. 

Dr. Quarry has published 

Sermon for Ascension Day, 1837, in the " Irish Pulpit." 

Tract on the O DriscolPs Territory, in the Miscellany of the 
Celtic Society. 1849. 

Two Essays on the Epistles of St. Peter. Reprinted from the 
Journal of Sacred Literature. 1861. 

Epiphanius on the Day of the Crucifixion Passover. Reprinted 
from the Journal of Sacred Literature. 1860. 

The Scribe Instructed unto the Kingdom of Heaven. An Ordi 
nation Sermon, preached in the Cathedral of Cork, with Notes. 

1864. 

Genesis and its Authorship. London, 1866 and 2nd Edition. 

1873. 

The Unknown God and Religious Emotion. Preached before 
the University of Dublin, 1871. Printed in " Church Sermons." 

Mind, not Matter, the Cause of all Things. An argument 
suggested by Professor TyndalPs Belfast Address. 2nd Edition. 

1876. 

Evidences of Christianity for the Unlettered. One of a Series 

of Discourses in Belfast on Christian Evidences. 1876. 

Ignatius, his Testimony to primitive conceptions of Christian 

Doctrines. Published without name in the "British Quarterly 

Review" for April, 1876. 

2. AGHULTIE. 

1849. WILLIAM GABBETT, B.A. ; resigned in 1856 for the 
Prebend of Iniscarra. [Br. Eec. Iniscarra.] 

1856. FRANCIS CONNOR, B.A. ; collated, Sept. 25 ; installed, 
same day. [Br. Eec. Bally hooly.] 

3. INISCARRA. 

1826. WILLIAM DE LA POER BERESFORD, vacated his 
Prebend in Dec., 1855, and was formally deprived in July, 
1856.- [Br. Eec.] 

1856. WILLIAM GABBETT, B.A. ; Prebendary of Aghultie ; 
collated, Aug. 23 ; installed, Aug. 30. [Br. Eec.] 
He has published 

An Address to the Young on the New Year. 
An Address to the Macclesfield Teachers. 



PREBENDARIES. 27 

4. BRIGOWN. 

1832. RICHARD HASTINGS GRAVES, D.D. [Br. Rec.] 
Dr. Graves has published 

The Homilies Re-Considered. Dublin, 1826. 

Contrast between the Arguments for Predestination and the 
Principles of Philosophical Inquiry. London, 1829. 

A Memoir of Rev. Richard Graves, D.D., Regius Professor of 
Divinity, Trin. Coll., Dublin, and of his entire works. Dublin, 1840. 

National Education. A Letter addressed to the Editor of the 
Christian Examiner, January, 1842. 

Apostolic Succession Disproved, and Evangelical Succession 
Established. 1854. 

Daniel s Great Period of 2,300 Days Discovered. 1854. 

A Treatise on the Pope s Decree of the Immaculate Conception. 

Cork, 1855. 

Comparative Analysis of the three Seven- Headed, Ten-Horned 
Symbols of Revelation, Chaps, xii., xiii., xvii. London, 1869. 

The Church of Ireland Revision of Her Formularies, or Susten- 
tation, which first ? 1868. Second Edition, 1869. 

The Church of Ireland : English Menace Answered, and Enthral- 
ment by the State Averted, by Declining a Charter. 1870. 

The Irish Church The Primacy and the Bishop s Oath. 1870. 

Lord Plunket, and the Sacrament of Regeneration. April, 1872. 

Our Communion Service compared with that of Cranmer, of 
1552, and including Dr. Graves answer to the Criticisms of 
" Nestor," as these last appeared in " The Evening Mail." 

A Letter written while at Naples on the " Roman Medal" which 
bears the motto " Quern Creant Adorant." 

Catechism on Baptism. Cork, 1874. 

5. KILMACDONAGH. 

1841. WILLIAM ROGERS, M.A. (Elected.) [Br. Rec. Kil- 
mahon.] 

6. OAHIRULTAN. 

1795. GEORGE SMITH, M.A. ; died Mar. 8, 1851, having 
held the Prebend fifty-five years. [Br. Rec.] 



28 CLOYNE. 

1851. WILLIAM HALLARAN, M.A. ; Rector of Magourney; 
collated, April 22; installed, April 30. [Br. Eec.] Died, 
Oct. 7, 1870, aged 77. 

1870. EGBERT CROFTS BOLSTER, B.A. ; collated. Nov. 14 ; 
installed, Dec. 16. 

7. KlLLENEMOR. 

1825. WILLIAM WELLAND, B.A. ; died, June 17, 1864. 
He was also Eector of Aglishdrinagh and Vicar of Aghabulloge. 

The appointment to the Prebend was then suspended ; but 
the suspension was removed Jan. 13, 1866. [Br. Eec.] 

1866. EICHARD CHESTER, B.A. ; Vicar of Bally clough ; 
collated, Feb. 20 ; installed, March 23. 

8. GLANWORTH. 

1847. JOHN ALDWORTH, B.A. He published in 1843 
" The Estatica of Youghal, compared with the Wonders of the 
Tyrol ;" a seasonable pamphlet, which was of great service in 
exposing that bare-faced imposture ; also, his " Correspondence 
with the Eev. E. Smiddy, a Eoman Catholic Priest." [Br. Eec.] 

9. BALLYHAY. 

1849. HENRY EVANS SADLIER, M.A. ; died in 1866. [Br. 
Eec.] 

1866. CHARLES DONOVAN, B.A. ; collated, Nov. 2 ; installed, 
Nov. 8. 

10. COOLE. 

1824. ROBERT BURY, B.A. ; died in 1853. [Br. Eec.] 

1853. GEORGE COTTER KINGSTON, B.A. ; collated, May 13 ; 
resigned in 1856 for the Benefice of Clonmel (Cove), or Queens- 
town,- -[Br. Eec. Clonmel, where he is given as George Sackville 
Cotter Kingston]. 

1856. THOMAS WILLIAM GARDE, B.A. ; collated, Feb. 26 ; 
installed, Feb. 29. [Br. Eec.] 



PEEBENDAEIES. 29 

11. KILMACLENAN. 

1824. JOHN NEWMAN LOMBARD, B.A. ; resigned his stall 
in Cork in 1834 ; died, July 18, 1855. -[Br. Eec.] 

At his death the appointment was suspended by the Lord 
Lieutenant and Council. 

(ELECTED.) 

1856. FRANCIS JONES, M.A., Eectorof Midleton ; elected by 
the Dean and Chapter, March 27. [Br. Eec. Castrachore.] 

The suspension was removed by Act of Council, dated Jan. 
10, 1860. 

(COLLATED. ) 

1860. JOHN QUARRY, M.A., Eector of Midleton ; collated, 
Feb. 6 ; installed, Feb. 8; resigned in 1868 for the Prebend of 
Donoughmore. [Br. Eec. Castrachore.] 

1869. MAURICE ATKIN COOKE COLLIS, D.D. (son of William 
Cooke Collis, Esq., of Castlecooke, County Cork), Eector of 
Clondulane, 1852; Vicar of Clonmel, 1862; collated, May 22 ; 
installed, May 29. 

12. 8UBULTER. 

1828. NICHOLAS WRIXON, M.A. (Oxon.) [Br. Eec.] 
1867. HENRY SWANZY, M.A. 

13. COOLINEY. 
(ELECTED.) 

1848. JOHN TORRENS KYLE, B.D. [Br. Eec. Clondrohid.] 

14. LACKEEN. 

(ELECTED.) 

1847. JOHN PYNE LAWLESS PYNE elected, Aug. 26 ; died 
in 1869. [Br. Eec. Inch.] 

1869. THOMAS MOORE, M.A. ; elected, July 9. 



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ROSS. 

DEANS. 

1829. JAMES STANNUS, D.D. ; a native of the Queen s County, 
Ireland ;. born, Jan. 10, 1788; educated at T.C.D., and for a 
short time served in the army before he took Holy Orders. 
[Br. Eec.] He held the Rectory of Lisburn till the time of his 
death, Jan. 28, 1876. 

PE^CENTORS. 

1815. ARTHUR HYDE, M.A., of Castle Hyde, Co. Cork.- 
[Br. Eec.] 

1870. ISAAC MORGAN REEVES, M.A. ; collated in Sept. He 
became Dean of Eoss in June, 1875. 



CHANCELLOES. 
(ELECTED. ) 

1837. WILLIAM JOHNSON, B.A. ; in 1861 he became also 
Chancellor of Cloyne. [Br. Eec. Clenore, Cloyne.] 



TEEASUEEES. 

1824. ROBERT KINGSBOROUGH ST. LAWRANCE, M.A, : died 
at Brussels, June 21, 1866. He was also at the same time Vicar 
of Murragh, Cork. [Br. Eec.] 

1867. EICHARD WALTON MARMION, M. A., Eector of Kilmeen ; 
collated, Jan. 8 ; installed 



ARCHDEACON PREBENDARIES. 31 

ARCHDEACON. 
1842. ALEXANDER STUART, M.A. [Br. Rec. Aghadowne.] 

PREBENDARIES. 

1. TIMOLEAGUE. 

1833. CHARLES LAMBERT COGHLAN, D.D., died, Nov. 24, 
1856, and was buried at Rathcony. [Br. Rec.] 

1856. RICHARD GRAVES MEREDYTH, B.A., Vicar of Kinsale; 
collated, Dec. 29 ; resigned in 1860 for the Rectory of Knocka- 
villy. [Br. Rec.] 

1861. WILLIAM CLARKE WALKER, M.A., Perpetual Curate of 
Fermoy ; collated, March 19 ; installed, March 24 ; resigned on 
being made Treasurer of Cork. [Br. Rec.] 

1867. JOHN WELPLY MARTIN, M.A. ; collated, March 25; 
installed, April 12. 

2. ISLAND. 

1840. JOHN QUARRY, M.A. ; resigned in 1856 for the Pre 
bend of Desertmore in the Cathedral of Cork. [Br. Rec. Cas- 
trachore, Cloyne.] He afterwards became Prebendary of Kil- 
maclenan in that Diocese, which he resigned for Donoughinore 
in same Diocese, q. v. 

1856. RICHARD MEADE, B.A. ; collated in March, and resigned 
immediately. 

1856. ALEXANDER BEHN HALLOWELL, M.A., Curate of Bere- 
haven ; collated, May 8 ; installed, May 26. [Br. Rec.] 

3. CURROGRANEMORB. 

1833. GEORGE BURROWED M.A., died in 1861. [Br. Rec.] 
On his death the appointment was suspended. 

(ELECTED.) 
1865. FREDERICK GUT WALKER, M.A., Aug. 4, 1863. 



32 EOSS. 

4. TEMPLBBRYAN. 

1836. OTWAY JOHN HERBERT, B.A.,died, Nov. 3, 1854. 
[Br. Eec.] 

1854. GEORGE BEAMISH, B. A. ; collated, Jan. 25 ; died, March 
29. [Br. Eec.] 

1854. JOHN BLAKE WHITLEY, M.A., Curate of St. Paul s, 
Cork ; collated, June 29 ; installed next day. [Br. Eec.] 

5. DONOQHMORE. 

1812. JAMES EDWARD BURTON, B.A. ; died in 1851. 
1851. JOHN MADRAS, B.A., Curate of Abbey mahon ; collated, 
Feb. 12; Stalled, Feb. 20. [Br. Eec.] 



VICAE-CHOEAL. 

1842. REV. FITZJOHN STANNUS HAMILTON, B.A. [Br. 
Eec.] 



DIOCESES OF LIMERICK, AEDFERT, AND 
AGHADOE. 



BISHOPS. 

1849. WILLIAM HIGGIN, D.D. He was translated to the 
Bishopric of Deny (q. v.) in December, 1853. 

1853. HENEY GRIFFIN, M.A. ; (son of John Griffin, Esq., 
Deputy Registrar of Deeds in Ireland), born at Wexford in 
1786; Scholar (1802), and Fellow (1811) of Trinity College, 
Dublin; Rector of Clonfeacle, Diocese of Armagh. Patent, 
dated Dec. 7. 

He waa consecrated, Jan. 1, 1854, in the Chapel of Trinity 
College, Dublin, by the Archbishop of Dublin, assisted by the 
Bishops of Cork and Derry, and enthroned at Limerick, April 
13. He died at Dublin, April 5, 1866. 

1866. CHARLES GRAVES, D.D. ; a Senior Fellow of Trinity 
College, Dublin; Dean of Clonfert (1864) and Dean of the 
Castle Chapel, Dublin, 1860. Patent, dated April 28. 

Ho was consecrated on June 29, in the Chapel of Trinity 
College, Dublin, by the Archbishop of Dublin, assisted by the 
Bishops of Down and Killaloe, and enthroned at Limerick, July 
4. [Reg. Dublin.] 

Bishop Graves has published 

Two Geometrical Memoirs on the GeneraPProperties of Cones of 
the Second Degree, and on the Spherical Conies. By M. Chasles. 
Translated from the French, with Notes and Additions. 

Dublin, 1841. 

Suggestions with a view to the transcription and publication of the 
Brehon Laws, now in the libraries of the British Museum, the 
University of Oxford, the Royal Irish Academy, and Trinity 
College, Dublin. Dy]bl 1851 



34 LIMERICK. 

A Primary Charge delivered to the Clergy of the United Diocese 
of Limerick, Ardfert, and Aghadoe, at the Visitation held in 
June, 1867, Dublin, 1867. 

A Charge delivered to the Clergy of the United Dioceses of 
Limerick, Ardfert, and Aghadoe. Dublin, 1869. 

Extracts from Addresses delivered at the Diocesan Synods of 
Ardfert and Limerick, Nov. 4 and Nov. 24, 1875. Published by 
request. Dublin, 1875. 

The Bishop was author of numerous papers on Mathematical 
and Archseological subjects, read before the Royal Irish Academy, 
and included in the publications of that body. 

Eloges on Dr. Petrie and Sir William Hamilton, delivered by 
Dr. Graves when President of the Academy, have been published 
in a separate form. 

DEANS. 

1849. ANTHONY LA TOUCH E KIRWAN, M.A. ; died rather 
suddenly at Limerick, July 13, 1868. 

1868. MAURICE FITZGERALD DAY, D.D. ; (youngest son of 
the Eev. John Day, Rector of Kiltallagh, County Kerry), In 
cumbent of St. Matthias s, Dublin, Rector of Aghalurcher, 
Diocese of Clogher ; patent, dated Nov. 13 ; installed, same day. 
His brother at the same time occupied the Deanery of Ardfert. 
In 1872 he was elected to the Bishopric of Cashel, &c. 



PRECENTORS. 

1818. JOHN WARBURTON, B.A. ; Rector of Kill, Diocese of 
Kildare(1814). 

CHANCELLORS. 

1813. CHARLES WARBURTON\ died Dec. 14, 1855, aged 75. 
1856. EDWARD HASSARD, M.A. ; Prebendary of Ballycahane ; 
collated, March 10 ; installed, same day. 



TEEASUEEES, ETC. 35 

TEEASUEEES. 

1842. JAMES WILLIAM FORSTER, L.LD. ; a Vicar Choral ; 
Archdeacon of Aghadoe, q.v. ; died, May 28, 1861, 

1861. EICHARD MOORE, M.A. ; collated, Oct. 3 ; installed, 
same day. He resigned, 1862, for the Eectory of Cahir, Diocese 
of Ardfert. 

1862. BENJAMIN JACOB, B.A. ; collated, May 13. 



AECHDEACONS. 

1814. WILLIAM WRAY MAUNSELL, M.A. In Jan., 1817, 
he was appointed Vicar-General. Precentor of Cloyne (1822). 
He died at his house in George s-street, Limerick, July 25, 
1860, aged 78. 

1861. PRYCE PEACOCKE, M.A. ; Incumbent of St. Michael s 
and Vicar of Crecora; collated, Jan. 21; installed, Jan. 24; 
died at Dublin, Dec. 8, 1870, aged 74. 

No new appointment was made before the Disestablishment, 
Dec. 31, 1870. 



PEEBENDAEIES. 

1. ST. MUNCHIN. 

1849. ROBERT STAVELEY, M.A. ; died, May, 3, 1854. The 
date of his institution, not given in Vol. I., is Aug. 17. 

1854. CHARLES HARE, M.A. ; collated, July 29. 

2. DONOGHMORE. 
(ELECTED.) 

1845. CHARLES HENRY MONSELL, M.A. ; died at Naples, 
Jan. 29, 1851. 

The suspension was removed by the Privy Council in May, 
1851. 



36 LIMEEICK. 

COLLATED. 

1851. ARTHUR WILLIAM EDWARDS, M.A. ; a Vicar-Choral; 
collated, June 19; installed, June 21. He resigned in 1855. 
He afterwards became Archdeacon of Deny, and subsequently 
Dean of Cork. Died, March 27, 1874. 

1855. EGBERT AUGUSTUS MAUNSELL, M.A.(son of the Arch 
deacon) ; collated, Aug. 11 ; resigned in 1857, on being made 
Prebendary of Harristown, diocese of Kildare. 

1857. MAURICE TOTTENHAM DE BURGH, M.A. ; collated, Dec. 
30 ; installed, Jan. 2, 1858 ; resigned in 1861. In 1859 he be- 
came Rector of Naas, diocese of Kildare. 

1861. FREDERICK CHARLES HAMILTON, M.A. ; a Vicar-Choral ; 
collated, Aug. IV ; instituted Vicar of St. John s, 1869. 

3. BALLTCAHANE. 

1850. EDWARD HASSARD, M.A. ; afterwards D.D. ; resigned 
in 1856 for the Chancellorship. 

1856. GERALD BEERE, M.A. ; collated, June 26. 

4. KILPEACON. 

1821. EDWARD HERBERT, M.A. ; died in 1860. 

1861. WILLIAM NEWCOMBE WILLIS, B.A. ; a Vicar-Choral; 
collated, Feb. 28 ; installed, March 4 ; died in 1864. 

1865. GEORGE GOUGH GUBBINS, M.A. ; collated, Feb. 27; 
installed, March 4. 

6. TULLABRACKY. 

1846. THOMAS KNOX, B.A. ; resigned in 1851. 

1851. THOMAS WALKER, M.A. ; a Vicar-Choral; collated, 
April 1 ; installed next day; resigned in 1855 for the Vicarage 
of Drumbeg, in the diocese of Down. 

1856. GERALD WENSLEY TYRRELL, M. A. ; collated, Jan. 12. 
[B. P.] 

6. KILLEEDY. 

1803. EDWARD GERAGHTY, B.A., who exchanged with his 
predecessor; resigned in 1852. During the Whiteboy dis 
turbances in 1822, his church and glebe-house were burned by a 



PREBENDARIES, ETC. 37 

riotous mob. He died on April 6, 1858, aged 89, and was buried 
in Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin. 

1853. THOMAS WILLIS, B. A. ; collated, Jan. 15; resigned in 
1871. 

7. DISERT. 

1834. JAMES GRIFFITH, died Oct. 2, 1868. On his death 
the appointment was suspended, but the suspension was soon 
after removed. 

1869. JAMES MANGAN, LL.D. ; a Vicar-Choral ; collated, 
Feb. 20 ; installed, Feb. 23. 

8. ARDCANNY. 

1850. JAMES H. BOURCHIER / died, Oct. 2, 1850. 
1850. THOMAS WESTROPP, M.A. ; collated, Dec. 28. He died 
on Jan. 12, 1876. 

9. CROAGH. 

1844. WILLIAM ARCHER, M.A. ; died in 1870. 

1870. JAMES WALSH, M.A. ; collated, Dec. 27 ; installed 
eame day. 

10. EFFIN. 

1836. JOSEPH GABBETT. 

11. ATHNETT. 

The Lord Bishop for the time being. 



VICARS CHORAL. 

[ t Vicars Choral thus marked held the office till the Disestablishment.] 

1829. REV. WILLIAM LEWIS, M.A. ; died Feb. 5, 1859. 

1834. VEN. JAMES WILLIAM FORSTER, LL.D. ; died May 
28, 1861. 

1837. REV. WILLIAM NEWCOMBE WILLIS, B.A.; died Oct. 
13, 1864. 

1839. \REV. MICHAEL JOHN KEATINGE, M.A. ; became in 
1856 Dean of Kilfenora. 



38 LIMEEICK. 

1845. REV. ARTHUR WILLIAM EDWARDS, B.A. ; resigned, 
Feb. 20, 1855, for the Archdeaconry of Deny. 

1847. ^REV. THOMAS WALKER, B.A., Prebendary of Tulla- 
bracky. 

1855 ^FREDERICK CHARLES HAMILTON, M.A. ; appointed in 
April (v. Edwards) [V.C.B.] In 1861 the Vicars presented him 
to the Vicarage of Crecora, and he was made Prebendary of 
Donoghmore. 

1859 ? EICHARD L. TYNER (v. Lewis) ^resigned in Feb. 1860. 
[V.C.B.] 

1860. EDWARD KNOX KIRWAN, Esq. (son of the Dean) (v. 
Tyner). This appointment was protested against, and the Vicars 
reported that it appeared that from the year 1615, five of the 
Vicars Choral were clerks, and only one a layman, generally the 
organist of the Cathedral, and further, that Mr. Kirwan s appoint 
ment was invalid, he being under age. A fresh appointment was 
then made [V.C.B.] 

1860. SOLOMON DONOVAN (v. Tyner); resigned in 1864. 

1861. t GEORGE FREDERICK HANDEL EOGERS, Esq. ; appointed 
by the Dean (v. Forster), June 19 [D.E.] 

1864. fEsv. JAMES MANGAN, LL.D. ; appointed by the Dean 
(v. Willis) Oct. 27 [D.E.] In 1869 he became Prebendary of 
Disert. 

1864. EDWARD KNOX KIRWAN, Esq. (v. Donovan); died in 1869. 

1868. tEsv. FRANCIS MEREDITH, M.A. (v. Kirwan), [V.C.B.] 



DIOCESE OF ARDFERT. 



DEANS. 

1847. ALEXANDER IRWIN, M.A. ; died suddenly at Ballyard, 
Tralee, Feb. 7, 1861, and was buried in Blennerville Churchyard. 

1861. JOHN GODFREY DAY, M.A. (brother of the Dean of 
Limerick) ; patent, April, 10 ; instituted, July 1 ; installed, 
July 17. 

PRECENTORS. 

1820. MICHAEL DE COURCY, D.D., of Oxford and Dublin. 
He was eldest son of Vice- Admiral the Hon. Michael de Courcy, 
third son of John, 24th Baron Kingsale. He died at Kilcummy 
Glebe, Drumcree, Co. Westmeath, May 15, 1860, aged 72. On 
his death the presentation was suspended by Order in Council. 



CHANCELLORS. 

1849. ARTHUR VINCENT WA TSON, M.A. ; resigned in 1851, 
and was made Rector of Kilcrohane. 

1851. RICHARD F. SWINDALL, B.A. ; collated, March 29. 

1866. CHARLES CONRY, M.A. ; presented by the Crown, sede 
vacante ; patent, Nov. 2 ; installed, Nov. 7. 



TREASURERS. 

The appointment to this dignity remained suspended till the 
Disestablishment. 



40 ARDFERT. 

ARCHDEACONS. 

1839. MICHAEL JOHN KEATINGE, M.A. ; resigned this 
dignity on promotion to the Deanery of Kilfenora, q.v. 

1857. ARTHUR BLENNERHASSET ROWAN, D.D. ; collated, 
March 31 ; installed, April 6. In March, 1851, the parish of 
Kilgobbin was attached, "by order in Council, to that of Ballin- 
voher, as the corps of the Archdeaconry. 

Dr. Rowan published 

Spare Minutes of a Minister (Verse), Dublin, 1837. 

Letters from Oxford in 1843, with Notes by "Ignotus." 8vo., 

Dublin, 1843. 

Romanism in the Church, illustrated by the case of the Rev. E. 

G. Browne. 8vo., London, 1847. 

Newman s Popular Fallacies Considered ; in Six Letters. 8vo., 

Dublin, 1852. 

Lake Lore ; or an Antiquarian Guide to Killarney. 12mo. 

Dublin, 1853. 

Moore Mackintosh s First Fruits of an Early Gathered Harvest. 
Twelve Sermons, with a Memoir. Edited by Archdeacon Rowan. 
8vo., Dublin, 1854. 

Casuistry and Conscience. Two Discourses for the Degrees of 
B.D. and D,D. 8vo., Dublin, 1854. 

Gleanings after the Grand Tourists : Chapters of Travels in Italy 
in 1851. 8vo., London, 1856. 

Memorials of the Case and Conduct of Trinity College, Dublin, 
in 168690. 4to., Dublin, 1858. 

" What is Coming ?" The Confessional in England. London, 1858. 
The Life of Blessed Franco, extracted and Englished from a very 
aunciente Chronicle of the Monastery of Villare in Brabant (Latin 
and English). Edited by Archdeacon Rowan, with Appendix. 
8vo. Dublin, 1858. 

The Old Countesse of Desmonde : Her Identitie : Her Por 
traiture : Her Descente. 4to , Dublin, 1860. 
The Huguenot and the Irish Brigade. 

He also prepared for publication a tripartite Life of St. 
Brendan, Latin-metrical, prose Latin, and Irish. 



AECHDEACOISTS. 41 

He compiled a rough list of successions to all parishes in the 
Diocese of Ardfert and Aghadoe, which has not been printed. 
It is in the possession of John R. Garstin, Esq., F.S.A., 
Killiney. 

He also edited and largely contributed to the Kerry magazine 
for three years. 

Archdeacon Rowan died suddenly at Belmont, near Tralee, 
Aug. 12, 1861, and was buried at Ballyseedy. 

186!. ANTHONY DEXNY, M.A. ; (son of Sir Edward Denny, 
3rd Bart.) Rector of Kilgobbin ; collated, Nov. 7 ; installed, 
next day. 



DIOCESE OF AGHADOE. 



ARCHDEACONS. 

1834. JAMES WILLIAM FORSTER, LL.D. ; a Vicar Choral 
of Limerick. 

He published 

The Apocalypse, its own interpreter : with Dissertations on Sym 
bolical Prophecy. 8vo, London, 1853. 
A Paraphrase on the Lord s Prayer ; in blank verse. 

8vo, London, 1854. 

1861. NATHANIEL BLAND, B.A. ; collated, Nov. 23; installed, 
Nov. 26. 



DIOCESE OF KILLALOE AND KILFENORA. 



BISHOPS OF KILLALOE, KILFENORA, CLONFERT, 
AND KILMACDUAGH. 

1839. RIGHT HON. LUDLOW TONSGN, Baron Riversdale, 
D.D. ; died at Clarisford, Dec. 13, 1861, aged 79, and was 
buried at his family seat, Rathcormack, Co. Cork. 

1862. WILLIAM FITZGERALD, D.D., Bishop of Cork, Cloyne, 
and Ross ; was translated in Jan. ; enthroned, March 7. 

Bishop Fitzgerald is the son of the late Maurice Fitzgerald, of 
Lifford, M.D. He was born Dec. 3, 1814, and educated at 
Midleton School, from which he went to Trinity College, Dublin. 
He obtained Scholarship in 1833, and took the degrees of B.D. 
andD.D., Vern. 1853. 

In 1847 he was appointed Professor of Moral Philosophy, and 
subsequently, in 1852, Professor of Ecclesiastical History, which 
latter appointment he held until he was raised to the Bishopric 
of Cork, &c., in 1857. He was Prebendary of Donoughmore, 
in St. Patrick s, Dublin (1848), which he resigned in 1851, and 
became Yicar of St. Ann s, Dublin, and private chaplain to 
Archbishop Whately. In 1855 he became Archdeacon of 
Kildare and Prebendary of Timothan, in St. Patrick s, Dublin. 

Bishop Fitzgerald has published 

Abuse of Words, Impediment to Knowledge. Dublin, 1840. 

Scripture, the Rule of Faith. London, 1842. 

Practical Sermons. London, 1847. 

A Translation of Dr. Whitaker s Disputation on Holy Scripture, 
with Notes. Published by the Parker Society. 8vo. 

Cambridge, 1849. 



BISHOPS. 43 

Selections from Aristotle s Nicomachean Ethics, with an Introduc 
tion and Notes. Dublin, 1850. 
The Connexion of Morality with Religion. A Sermon. 

London, 1851. 
National Humiliation, a Step towards Amendment. A Sermon. 

Dublin, 1855. 
Duties of the Parochial Clergy. A Charge delivered in 1857. 

London, 1857. 
The Duty of Catechizing the Young. A Charge delivered in 1858. 

London, 1858. 

Speech in the House of Lords, March 20, 1859, on [in favour of] 
Lord Wodehouse s Bill for Legalizing Marriages with a deceased wife s 
sister. London, 1860. 

A Letter to the Laity of Cork [on Prayer Meetings, &c.] 8vo. 

Dublin, 1860. 

Thoughts on Present Circumstances of the Church in Ireland. A 
Charge delivered in 1860. London, 1860. 

The Revival of Synods. A Charge. London, 1861. 

A Charge delivered in 1864. London, 1864. 

A Charge delivered in 1866. London, 1866. 

A Charge, with an Appendix on Priestly Absolution. London, 1867. 
Two Sermons on Christian Baptism. Dublin, 1871. 

Sermon on Ministry of Forgiveness of Sins. Dublin, 1873. 

Remarks on the Baptismal Rubric. Dublin, 1873. 

Forms for Ordaining Priests. Dublin, 1874. 

Letter to the Clergy on the Athanasian Creed. Dublin, 1875. 

He contributed, in 1861, to the "Aids to Faith," London, 
Murray ; an Essay on the Study of the Evidences of Chris 
tianity, pp. 43-80; and, in 1863, an article on Miracles to 
Professor William Smith s Dictionary of the Bible, vol. ii. In 
conjunction with the late Archbishop Whately he was a prin 
cipal contributor to the valuable volume entitled " Cautions for 
the Times," published in 1851-2. 

He also edited Bishop Butler s Analogy, with Notes, and a 
Life of the Author. 8vo. Dublin, 1849 ; reprinted 1860. 



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KILLALOE. 

DEANS. 

1830. JOHN HEAD, B.A. (youngest son of Michael Head, 
Esq.), was, since his ordination in 1806, continuously attached 
to the same parish till his death, June 22, 1871, aged 91. 

PRECENTORS. 

1849. WILLIAM MACKLIN EDWARDS, M.A., ; resigned, 
Jan. 1, 1857, on being promoted to the rectory of Langfield 
Lower, Diocese of Derry, by Bishop Higgin, to whom he was 
domestic chaplain and secretary. 

1857. WILLIAM HENRY WOLSELEY, B.A. ; collated, Feb. 21 ; 
resigned, in 1859, for the vicarage of Kilfarboy. He afterwards 
became Prebendary of Inniscaltra. 

1859. JOSEPH EGBERT TRIPHOOK, M.A. (son of the Rev. 
Joseph Triphook, B.A., Eector of Skull, in the Diocese of Cork) ; 
ordained, 1853; Curate of Nenagh ; collated, Aug. 13. He 
was educated at St. Columba s College, and gained an Irish 
Scholarship in T.C.D. In 1872 he became Rector of Lea, in 
the Diocese of Kildare, retaining the Prsecentorship. 

CHANCELLORS. 

1837. JOHN WHITLEY, D.D. ; died May 20, 1855. He 
published 

The Scheme and Completion of Prophecy. London, 1830. 

The Doctrine of Atonement and Sacrifice, evinced from Scripture, 

and confirmed from the Sacraments. London, 1836. 

The Life Everlasting. 8vo. London. 1846. 

2nd Edition revised and enlarged. London, 1851. 



TREASURERS, ETC. 45 

1855. WILLIAM BENNETT CHESTER, B.A., Vicar of Kilkee; 
collated, June 23 ; resigned for the Rectory of Nenagh, Feb. 28, 
1859. 

1859. ROBERT JAMES GOING, M.A., Rector of Templeharry ; 
collated, March 25 ; died, Feb. 6, 1875. 



TREASURERS. 

1849. JOHN LESLEY STAWELL, B.A. ; resigned for the 
Rectory of Aghnameadle in April, 1859. 

1859. ROBERT WILLIAM NISBETT, B.A., Vicar of Monsea; 
collated, May 14. 



ARCHDEACONS. 
1832. EDMOND HESKETH KNOX, B.A. 



PREBENDARIES. 

1. TOMGRANEY. 

1829. THOMAS BROWNE BRADY, M.A. (ordained, 1820); 
was instituted on his own presentation. He died Oct. 29, 1858. 

1859. ANDREW HOLMES BELCHER, B.A. Mr. Belcher became 
Patron of the Prebend, and on Dec. 18, 1858, petitioned to be 
admitted to it; he was instituted Jan. 24, 1859. 

2. INNISCALTRA. 

1847. JOSEPH FREDERICK ROBBINS, M.A. ; resigned, in 
1862, for the Rectory of Castletownarra. 

1862. WILLIAM HENRY WOLSELEY, B.A., Prsecentor ; col 
lated, July 19. 



46 KILLALOE. 

3. TULLAGH. 

1822. RICHARD BREW, B.A. ; died, Sept. 26, 1851. 

1851. WILLIAM HENRY M CAUSLAND ; collated in Oct. ; soon 
after exchanged with his successor. 

1851. PHILIP DWYER, B.A. (ordained 1845), Rector of Innis- 
caltra; collated, Nov. 14; resigned, in 1864, for the Benefice of 
Drumcliffe. 

1864. ROBERT HUMPHREYS, M.A. ; collated, Sept. 9. 

4. DYSART. 
(SUSPENDED. ) 

5. RATH. 

1803. EDWARD MANGIN, M.A. (afterwards D.D.); exchanged 
his Prebend of Dysart for that of Rathmichael, Dublin, whence 
he again exchanged to this. He died at Bath, Oct. 17, 1852. 

1853. JAMES PAYNE HORSFORD ; presented by the Most Noble 
the Marquis of Thomond. Feb. 10 ; instituted, Feb. 26 ; died in 
1870. 

1870. ROBERT DRING JERVOISE, B.A. ; collated, ; 

installed, 

6. OLONDAGAD. 

1833. CHARLES FITZGERALD, B.A. ; died in Nov., 1866. 
1867. GEORGE R. STONEY, B.A. ; collated, Feb. 27. 

7. LACKEEN. 

1817. SIR HERCULES RICHARD LANGRISHE, Bart., B.A. ; 
died at Knocktopher, Co. Kilkenny, Jan. 13, 1862, aged 88. 



KILFENOEA. 

DEANS. 

1847. JOHN ARMSTRONG, M.A., Archdeacon of Clonfert ; 
died at Hamilton-row, Dublin, June 16, 1856, aged 64, and was 
buried at Gallen, King s Co. 

1856. MICHAEL JOHN KEATING, M.A., Archdeacon of Ardfert ; 
appointed by Patent, dated June 30 ; instituted, Nov. 5. He 
was also a Vicar Choral of Limerick. 

PE.ECENTOES. 

1835. JACKSON WRAY, B.A. Upon his death in 1855, 
the appointment to the Prsecentorship was suspended, and so 
remained until the Disestablishment. 

CHANCELLOES. 

(SUSPENDED.) 

TEEASUEEES. 
1809. JOHN WESTROPP, B.A. ; died July, 1851. 

1851. HUGH BRADY HULEATT, B.A., Vicar of Inniscaltra; 
coUated, Oct. 31 ; died in May, 1867. 

1867. NEWOOMBE WILLIS, B.A. ; collated, June 28. 

ARCHDEACONS. 

1847. JOHN WHITTY, B.A. ; died at Gotham, near Bristol, 
Feb. 13, 1864, aged 84. 

1864. ARTHUR TATTON, B.A., Vicar of Ennis; collated, 
May 13. 



DUBLIN, GLENDALOCH, AND KILDARE. 



AECHBISHOPS. 

1831. RICHARD WHATELY, D.D. Dr. Whately died in his 
seventy-sixth year, at the Palace, St. Stephen s-green, Dublin, on 
Oct. 8, 1863, and was buried in the " Royal Vault" of Christ 
Church Cathedral. He had been Principal of St. Alban s Hall, 
and not St. Mary s Hall, as given in Vol. II. 

He was enthroned at Christ Church and at St. Patrick s on 
the same day, but first, and more formally, at the latter, on 
account of Christ Church being under repair at the time. 

For a list of his works, see Vols. II. and V. 

1864. RICHARD CHENEVIX TRENCH, D.D. ; Dean of West 
minster; appointed by Patent dated Dec. 23, 1863 ; consecrated 
at Christ Church, Dublin, on Jan. 1, 1864, by the Primate of 
All Ireland, assisted by the Bishops of Ossory, Killaloe, and 
Cork j enthroned at St. Patrick s Cathedral and at Christ Church 
on Monday, Jan. 4, and at Kildare, March 8. 

Dr. Trench is the second son of the late Eichard Trench, Esq., 
brother of the first Lord Ashtown. He was born at Dublin, 
Sept. 9, 1807; was educated at Harrow, and graduated at 
Trinity College, Cambridge, in 1829 ; was presented by Lord 
Ashburton to the Eectory of Itchen-Stoke in same year; was 
Hulsean Lecturer, 1845-6 ; Theological Professor and Examiner 
at King s College, London, 1847 ; became Dean of Westminster 
in 1856. 

The Archbishop has published : 

Sabbation, and other Poems. Fcap. 8vo. London, 1838. 

Elegiac Poems. London, 1850. 

Third Edition. Fcap. 8vo. ib. 1850. 



ARCHBISHOPS. 49 

Notes on the Parables of our Lord. 8vo. London, 1841. 

,, Twelfth Edition. ib. 1874. 

The Sermon on the Mount. An Exposition drawn from the 

Writings of St. Augustine ; with an Essay on his Merits as an 

Interpreter of Holy Scripture. London, 1844. 

Third Edition, enlarged. 8vo. ib. 1869. 

The Fitness of Holy Scripture for unfolding the Spiritual Life of 

Man. 

Christ the Desire of all Nations : or the Unconscious Prophecies 

of Heathendom. Hulsean Lectures. London, 1845-6. 

Second Edition. ib. 1859. 

Notes on the Miracles of our Lord. 8vo. London, 1846. 

Ninth Edition. ib. 1874. 

Sacred Poems for Mourners. 12mo. London, 1846. 

SacredLatin Poetry. Selected and arranged for use. London, 1849. 

Third Ed., corrected and improved. Fcap.Svo. ib. 1874. 

Star of the Wise Men. Commentary on St. Matthew, CHAP. II. 

12mo. London, 1850. 

On the Study of Words.* London, 1851. 

Sixteenth Edition, enlarged and revised. 

Fcap. 8vo. London, 1876. 

English : Past and Present. London, 1851. 

Ninth Edition, revised and improved. Fcap. 8vo. 

London, 1874. 

Alma, and other Poems. 12mo. London, 1855. 

Calderon s Life s a Dream ; The Great Theatre of the World. 

With an Essay on his Life and Genius. Fcap. 8vo. London, 1856. 

Proverbs and their Lessons. London, 1854. 

Sixth Edition, enlarged, Fcap. 8vo. ib. 1869. 

Poems from Eastern Sources ; Genoveva, &c. London, 1842. 

Second Edition. London, 1857. 
Synonyms of the New Testament. 12mo. Parts I. and II. 

Cambridge, 1854. 

New Edition, enlarged. 8vo. ib. 1876. 

On the Authorised Version of the New Testament. London, 1858. 
Second Edition. ib. 1859. 

Select Glossary of English Words used formerly in Senses dif 
ferent from the Present. London, 1859. 

* Of the "-Study of Words," twenty editions had been published in America previous to 
1862. Chambers Encyclopedia. 



50 DUBLIN, GLENDALOCH, AND KILDAKE. 

Select Glossary of English Words used formerly in Senses dif 
ferent from the Present. Fourth Edition, enlarged. Fcap. 8vo. 

London, 1867. 
On some Deficiencies in our English Dictionaries, London, 

Second Edition. 8vo. ib. 1860. 

The Jews : A Lecture to the Young Men s Association. 

Dublin, 1860. 

Justin Martyr, and other Poems. London, 1835. 

New Edition. London, 1861. 

Commentary on the Epistles to the Seven Churches in Asia. 

London, 1861. 

Third Edition, revised. 8vo. ib. 1867. 

Sermons preached in Westminster Abbey. London, 1860. 

Second Edition. 8vo. ib. 1861. 

Remains of the late Mrs. Richard Trench. Being Selections 

from her Journals, Letters, and other Papers. London, 1862. 

New and cheaper issue, with Portrait. 8vo. 
Subjection of the Creature to Vanity. 12mo. London, 1863. 
Notes on the Greek of the New Testament. Post 8vo. 

London, 1864. 

Salt of the Earth, &c. 12mo. London, 1864. 

Charges to the Clergy of Dublin, Glendaloch, and Kildare, in the 
years 1864, 1866, 1868, 1869, 1871, 1873, and 1875. 

Gustavus Adolphus in Germany, and other Lectures on the 
Thirty Years War. London, 1865. 

Second Edition, enlarged. Fcap. 8vo. ib. 1872. 

Primary Charge to the Clergy of Dublin and Cashel. 1865. 

Studies in the Gospels. London, 1867. 

Third Edition, revised, 8vo. ib. 1874. 

Shipwrecks of Faith : Three Sermons preached before the Uni 
versity of Cambridge in May, 1867. Fcap. 8vo. London, 1867. 
A Household Book of English Poetry, Selected and Arranged. 
With Notes. London, 1868. 

., Second Edition, revised. ib. 1870. 

Plutarch : His Life, his Lives, and his Morals. 

Second Edition, enlarged. Fcap. 8vo. London, 1873. 
Sermons preached forthe most part in Ireland. 8vo. London, 1873. 
Poems. Collected and arranged anew. London, 1874. 

Mendicant Orders : their Rise and Fall. Dublin, 1874. 



DEANS, ETC. 61 

DUBLIN (CHRIST CHURCH). 

DEANS. 

1846. HON. HENRY PAKENHAM, D.D. ; died, Dec. 25, 1863, 

and was interred at St. Patrick s. 
x, 

1864. JOHN WEST, D.D., Archdeacon of Dublin; elected by 
the Chapter of St. Patrick s to their Deanery with this annexed, 
on Feb. 5 ; installed at St. Patrick s, March 17. 

The Crown did not present, though (as the See was vacant at 
the time), the right of the Chapter to elect might have been 
questioned. 

Dr. West was appointed Vicar General, Oct. 22, 1862. 

To his works mentioned in vul, ii. add 

" Reserve in the Teaching of Religion." An Ordination Sermon, 
with an Appendix. 8vo. Dublin, 1843. 

" Membership in Christ, and its Social Obligations." A Discourse 
delivered in Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, at the Annual Meet 
ing of the Additional Curates Fund Society, on Thursday, Nov. 
24, 1853. 8vo. Dublin, 1854. 

And has edited 

" Remains of Charles Dickinson, Lord Bishop of Meath ; with a 
Biographical Sketch." 8vo. London, 1845. 



PE^ECENTOES. 

1846. RICHARD BARTON, M.A. (elected); Eector of St. 
George s, Dublin. 

The appointment had been suspended, Dec. 28, 1836, but 
the suspension was removed on March 22, 1847 ; and in 1851, 
Mr. Barton, who had been elected, was presented by Patent, 
dated April 4, and was installed April 9. He died March 4, 
1676, aged 78. 



52 DUBLIN (CHRIST CHURCH). 

CHANCELLORS. 

1826. STEWART SEGAR TRENCH, LL.D. ; died, March 1, 
1853, at his family seat of Hay wood, in the Queen s County. 

Upon his death the revenues were transferred to the Ecclesias 
tical Commissioners, but the Crown continued to present. 

1853. HAMILTON VERSCHOYLE, M.A., Sch., T.C.D. (1823); 
patent dated July 5 ; installed, July 23. 

He was born in 1803, and in 1835 was appointed Chaplain of 
Baggot-street Chapel, Dublin. 

He resigned on being promoted to be Dean of Ferns, April 4, 
1862, and was raised in the same year to the Bishopric of Kil- 
inore, &c. (q.v.) 

He published Sermons, " The Bond of Perfectness," as 
explained in Corinthians i., ch. 13. 

1863. CHARLES EDWARD TISDALL, D.D. ; appointed by Patent 
dated Feb. 6 ; instituted, Feb. 21 ; installed, Feb. 14. In 
1 865 he became Incumbent of St. Doulough s, County Dublin. 



TREASURERS. 

1832. HENRY COTTON, D.C.L. (Oxon.), Archdeacon o 
Cashel, and Rector of Thurles. For his publications see under 
Cashel, p, 3, supra, and vol, i. 



PREBENDARIES. 

1. ST. MICHAEL S. 

1845. WILLIAM CHICHESTER, M.A., Sch., T.C.D. (1833). 
On March 16, 1855, Mr. Chichester assumed the name of O Neill, 
by Royal License, upon succeeding to the estates of John, last 
Viscount O Neill. In 1 868 he was created Baron O Neill (United 
Kingdom). He was chosen to be Honorary Dean s Vicar in 



PREBENDARIES. 53 

October, 1859, and resigned his Prebend, Dec. 6, 1859. He 

is author of 

A Tract: "The Church, the True Refuge of the Converted 
Romanist." Dublin, 1849. 

" The Christian Sabbath." 8vo. Belfast, 1859. 

" Repentance." 36mo. ( Dublin, 1865. 

" Faith." 36mo. Dublin, 1866. 

" Justification." 36mo. Dublin, 1866. 

A Sermon : " The Church s Claims on the Allegiance of her 
Members." Dublin, 1871. 

" Absolution and the Prayer Book." 8vo. Dublin, 1871 . 

"Emmanuel. A Plea for the Athanasian Creed." Being the 
substance of a Sermon preached in the Parish Church of Drum- 
maul, on the Sunday after Christmas, 1872. 8vo. Dublin, 1873. 
1859. WILLIAM CONTNGHAM GREENE, M.A. ; elected, Dec. 6 ; 
instituted, Dec. 14; installed, Dec. 15; resigned for the Prebend 
of St. John s, Dec. 16, 1865. 

1865. EDWARD SEYMOUR, M.A. ; Curate of St. Andrew s, 
Dublin; elected, Dec. 22 ; presented, Jan. 22, 1866 ; instituted, 
Jan. 24 ; installed, Jan. 26. 
He has published 

Christ Church : an Historical Sketch. Dublin, 1869. 

On the Cathedral System. Dublin, 1870. 

2. ST. MICHAN S. 

1845. CHARLES STUART STANFORD, D.D., Sch., T.C.D. 
(1825) ; resigned, on promotion to the Rectory of St. Thomas s, 
Dublin, Jan. 8, 1855. He died at Surbiton, Surrey, July 14, 1873. 

1855. EDWARD SINGLETON ABBOTT, M.A., Prebendary of St. 
John s ; elected, Feb. 12 ; installed, same day ; resigned, on pro 
motion to the Rectory of St. Mary s, Dublin, April 28, 1855 : 
died, June 12, 1865. 

1855. JAMES HUNTER MONAHAN, D.D. ; Sch., T.C.D. (1839), 
Prebendary of St. John s ; elected, June 2 ; instituted, June 6 ; 
installed, same day ; resigned for the Rectory of St. Mary s, June 
19, 1865. 

1865. WILLIAM MARRABLE, M.A., afterwards D.D., Pre 
bendary of St. John s ; elected, Xov. 7 ; instituted, JSTov. 1 5 ; 
installed, next day. 



54 DUBLIN (CHRIST CHURCH). 

3. ST. JOHN S. 

1845. EDWARD SINGLETON ABBOTT, M.A. ; resigned for the 
Prebend of St. Michan s in 1855. 

1855. JAMES HUNTER MONAHAN, M.A., Sch., T.C.D. (1839) ; 
elected, March 15 ; instituted, March 22; installed, March 24; 
resigned for the Prebend of St. Michan s in June, same year. 

1855. WILLIAM MARRABLE, M.A., Incumbent of St. Bar- 
nabas s, Douglas, Isle of Man ; elected, July 3 ; instituted, 
July 1 1 ; installed, July 1 3 ; resigned for the Prebend of St. 
Michan s in 1865. 

1865. WILLIAM CONYNGHAM GREENE, M.A., Prebendary of St. 
Michael s; elected, Dec. 16 ; instituted, Dec. 17; installed Dec. 22. 



VICARS CHORAL. 

[t Vicars Choral thus marked, held the office till the Disestablishment.] 

1819. ROBERT JAGER, Esq., a native of Canterbury, and 
educated in the Cathedral Choir there; went thence to Lich- 
field, whence he came to Dublin. He died May 21, 1861, aged 79. 

1830. THOMAS TERENCE MAGRATH, also Vicar-Choral of 
St. Patrick s, died in 1865. 

1833. ^FRANCIS ROBINSON, Mus. Doc.; died Oct. 21, 1872. 

1837. tREv. GEORGE DE BUTTS, M.A., Praecentor s Vicar ; 
became Dean s Vicar in 1844. 

1843. THOMAS YOAKLEY-, died in 1858. 

1844. fREv. JOHN FINLA YSON, M.A., Precentor s Vicar. 
1844. REV. RICHARD BARTON-, elected Honorary Dean s Vicar 

on Aug. 3 ; in 1846 he became Praecentor. He died in 1876. 

1858. fRiCHARD WELLESLET SMITH, Esq. (son of John Smith, 
Mus. Doc.); elected (v. Yoakley), April 12, 

1859. REV. WILLIAM CmcHESTER-O lSrEiLL (Prebendary of 
St. Michael s) was chosen to be Honorary Dean s Vicar on 
Oct. 20. 

1861. tSAMUEL DOBBIN (v. Jager, deceased); appointed, 
June 7. 



DEANS PRECENTORS. 55 

DUBLIN (ST. PATKICK S). 

DEANS. 

[Same as Christ Church. q.v.] 



PRECENTORS. 

1835. JAMES WILSON, D.D. ; was raised to the Bishopric of 
Cork, &c., July 17, 1848. 

By an Order of the Privy Council, June 19, 1849, the Prae- 
centor s portion of the revenues arising within the Parish of Lusk 
were transferred to the Vicar of Lusk, and all the rest to the 
Ecclesiastical Commissioners. 

1850. ROBERT MITCHELL KENNEDY, M.A., Dean of Clon- 
fert, and Prebendary of Clonmethan ; presented by the Crown ; 
instituted, July 10; installed, same day; died, July 21, 1864, 
at his benefice of Mountrath, Queen s County. 

1864. JAMES HESTHORN TODD, D.D., Treasurer ; collated, 
Aug. 24; installed, Aug. 29 ; died, June 28, 1869, at Silveracre, 
Rathfarnham, County Dublin, aged 64, and was buried in the 
churchyard of St. Patrick s Cathedral, where his grave is marked 
by an Irish memorial cross. 

Dr. Todd was author or editor of the following, in addition to 
the works enumerated in Vol. II., p. 126, and Vol. V. : 

St. Patrick, Apostle of Ireland : a Memoir of Ms Life and Mission. 
With an Introduction. 8vo. Dublin, 1864. 

The Martyrology of Donegal : a Calendar of the Saints of Ireland. 
By Michael O Clery, O.S.F., in the original Irish ; translated by 
John O Donovan, LL.D. Edited, with an Introduction, by J. H. 
Todd, D.D. ; and Indexes, by W. Reeves, D.D. 8vo. Dublin, 1864. 

(For the Irish Archaeological and Celtic Society). 
Catalogus Librorum Impressorum in Bibliotheca Collegii SS. 
Trinitatis juxta Dublin adservatorum. Tomus I. (A et B). Folio. 

Dublinii, 1864. 



56 DUBLIN (ST. PATRICK S). 

The Books of the Vaudois : a Descriptive List of the Waldensian 
MSS. in the Library of Trinity College, Dublin ; with an Appendix 
on the Poems of the " Poor of Lyons," &c. Dublin, 1865. 

The Wars of the Danes and Norsemen in Ireland ; from their 
first appearance in the Eighth Century to the Battle of Clontarf, 
A.D. 1014. From MSS. in the Burgundian Library, Brussels, and 
in the Library of Trinity College, Dublin. With an Introduction. 
(For the Right Hon. the Master of the Rolls [of England.]) 8vo. 

London, 1867. 

A Descriptive Catalogue of the Contents of the Irish Manuscript, 
commonly called " The Book of Fermoy" ; and some account of the 
Irish Manuscripts deposited by the President de Robien in the 
Public Library of Rennes. (For the Royal Irish Academy Irish 
MS. Series of Proceedings). Svo. Dublin, 1868. 

A Catalogue of Graduates who have proceeded to Degrees in the 
University of Dublin from the earliest recorded Commencements to 
December 19, 1869. Dublin, 1869. 

Descriptive Remarks on Illuminations in certain Ancient Irish 
Manuscripts. (For the Society of Antiquaries). Folio. 

London, 1869. 

Besides the above, Dr. Todd contributed largely to the Irish 
Ecclesiastical journal, 1840-52; Notes and Queries, 1849-69, 
&c., &c. At the time of his death he had in the Press 

The Book of Hymns of the Antient Church of Ireland. Fasci 
culus II. (For the Irish Achseological and Celtic Society). 

1869. HON. AND KEY. WILLIAM CONYNGHAM PLUNKET, M.A. ; 
collated, July 23 ; installed, next day. 

On the death of his father, Lord PJunket, April 16, 1871, he 
succeeded as 4th Earon. Lord Plunket became Bishop of Meath, 
by election, in October, 1876. 



CHANCELLORS. 

1841. JOHN HENDERSON MASON, M.A. : died, Nov. 23, 
1852. 



CHANCELLOES, ETC. 57 

1852. CADWALLADER WOLSELEY, M.A. ; Sch. T.C.D. (1827) ; 
collated, Dec. 9 ; installed, Jan. 8, 1853. He resigned for the 
Vicarage of St. Andrew s, and was appointed Archdeacon of 
Glendaloch in 1862, exchanging with his successor. 

1862. EDWARD WILLIAM WHATELY, M.A. (only son of Arch 
bishop Whately) ; Archdeacon of Glendaloch ; collated, Oct. 8 ; 
installed, Oct. 13. In 1871 he resigned, and accepted an 
incumbency in England. 

TEEASUEERS. 

1837. JAMES HENTHORN TODD, D.D. (elected). 

On June 26, 1848, the suspension was removed, and Dr. 
Todd was collated by the Archbishop on ]N"ov. 15, and again 
installed on Dec. 2. 

He resigned, on promotion to the Praecentorship, in 1864. 

1864. WILLIAM CONYNGHAM PLUNKET, M.A. ; collated, Sept. 
21; installed, Sept. 29. He resigned, July 19, 1869, on pro 
motion to the Prsecentorship. 

1869. HERCULES HENRY DICKINSON, D.D., Sch, T.C.D. (1848), 
(son of Eight Eev. Dr. Dickinson, Bishop of Meath) ; Dean of 
the Chapel Eoyal, and Vicar of St. Ann s, Dublin; collated, 
Aug. 4 ; installed, Aug. 11. He has published 
" Lectures on the Book of Common Prayer." 

AECHDEACONS OF DUBLIN. 

1818. JOHN TORRENS, M.A., afterwards D.D. ; died, July 
9, 1851, aged 82. A marble tablet has been erected to his 
memory in Christ Church Cathedral. 

A portrait of Archdeacon Torrens was presented to the Dean 
and Chapter of Christ Church in Dec., 1850. 

1851. JOHN WEST, D.D., Prebendary of Yagoe, and Vicar of 
St. Ann s, Dublin ; collated, July 12; installed at St. Patrick s, 
July 14 ; at Christ Church, Sept. 27. 



58 DUBLIN (ST. .PATRICK S). 

In Nov., 1862, he was appointed Vicar-General of the Diocese 
of Dublin, Glendaloch, and Kildare. He resigned the Archdea 
conry on promotion to the Deanery of St. Patrick s, in Feb., 1 864. 

1864. WILLIAM LEE, D.D. ; formerly Fellow of T.C.D. (1839) ; 
Professor of Ecclesiastical History in the University of Dublin 
and Rector of Arboe(1862); Private Chaplain to Archbishop 
Trench ; collated, April 18 ; installed at Christ Church, May 23 ; 
at St. Patrick s, May 24, 

Archdeacon Lee has published 

The Inspiration of Holy Scripture : Its Nature and Proof. 
Eight Discourses preached before the University of Dublin. 8vo. 

London, 1854. 
Three Introductory Lectures on Ecclesiastical History. 

Dublin, 1858. 

On Miracles : An Examination of the Remarks of Mr. Baden 
Powell on the Study of the Evidences of Christianity contained in 
the Volume entitled " Essays and Reviews." London, 1861. 

A Sermon preached in the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, Dublin, 
on the Feast of the Circumcision, 1864, at the Consecration of the 
Most Reverend Richard Chenevix Trench, Lord Archbishop of 
Dublin. Published by request. Dublin, 1864 

Some Strictures on Dr. Brady s Pamphlet, in which he denies the 
descent of the Hierarchy of the present Church of Ireland from the 
Ancient Irish Church. A Letter to His Grace the Archbishop of 
Dublin. Dublin, 1866. 

The Position and Prospects of the Church of Ireland, touched 
upon in Two Sermons : the first preached in St. Patrick s Cathe 
dral, Armagh, on the 16th Sunday after Trinity, 1867, at the Con 
secration of the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Deny ; the 
second preached in St. Patrick s Cathedral, Dublin, on October 22, 
1867, at the Annual Visitation of His Grace the Archbishop of 
Dublin. Dublin, 1867. 

The Athanasian Creed : A Sermon preached in the Chapel of 
Trinity College, Dublin, on Sunday, May 12, 1872. With an 
Appendix, by the Rev. W. Reeves, D.D., on an Ancient Irish 
Manuscript of the Creed. 



PREBENDARIES. 59 

PREBENDARIES. 

1. CULLEN. 

RICHARD CHENEVIX, ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN. 

2. KILMACTALWAY. 
1815. JOHN READE, LL.D. ; died, Feb, 10, 1848. 

1848. DAVID JOHN READE, M.A. (son of his predecessor); 
collated, March 12; installed, March 15. 

3. SWORDS. 

1831. WILLIAM MAGEE, M.A. ; died, Nov. 30, 1868. 

The appointment to this Prebend was suspended by Act of 
Council on March 6, 1868, but the suspension was removed on 
Oct. 15, in the same year. 

1868. THOMAS TWIGG, M.A. ; collated, Nov. 4; installed, 
Nov. 7. 

4. YAGOE. 

1847. JOHN WEST, D.D. ; resigned on being made Arch 
deacon of Dublin, 1851. 

1851. FREDERICK FITZJOHN TRENCH, M.A. ; presented, July 
28; instituted, Aug. 6 ; installed, Oct. 4. In 1858 he became 
also a Prebendary of Leighlin. He died in Oct., 1859. 

1859. HENRY HUMBERSTON JONES WESTBY, M.A. ; presented, 
Nov. 5 ; instituted, Nov. 9 : installed, Nov. 24. 

5. ST. AUDOEN S. 

1847. JAMES HOWIE, M.A. ; collated, Aug. 2; installed, 
Aug. 4. He resigned, on being made Dean of Cloyne, in 1850. 

1851. IGNATIUS GEORGE ABELTSHAUSER, LL.D. ; a native of 
Germany ; Professor of French and German in T.C.D. ; collated, 
Feb. 19 ; installed, March 19 ; resigned for the Vicarage of 
Derrylossary, May 18, 1859. 



60 DUBLIN (ST. PATEICK S). 

1859. ALEXANDER LEEPER, B.D. ; Curate of St. Mary s, 
Dublin ; for many years Chaplain and Assistant Secretary to the 
Church Education Society of Ireland ; collated, July 6 ; installed, 
July 23. He resigned on Aug. 1, 1867, and was again collated 
on the same day, and installed, Aug. 8, to the United Prebend 
of St. Audoen s and St. Nicholas Within. The Act of Council 
authorizing the union bears date June 20, 1867. 

He has published the following tracts : 

Sermon to Sunday-school Teachers on the benefit of the Cate 
chetical Plan of Instruction ; preached in St. Audoen s Parish, 
Dublin, and published by request. Dublin, 1862. 

" Bishops, Priests, and Deacons." A Scriptural Catechism on 
the Discipline of the Church, for the use of those who have been 
Confirmed. By a Clergyman of the Church of Ireland. Dublin, 1872. 

Address delivered before the Lay Help Association, 1873, on the 
Method of Sunday-school Instruction. 

" St. Audoen, St. Nicholas Within, and St. Michael," being a 
Short Description of the Present and Antient Church of St. Audoen. 

Dublin, 18. 

6. CLONMETHAN. 

1846. ROBERT MITCHELL KENNEDY, M,A. ("Edward," by 
mistake, in Volume II.) ; resigned, in 1848, on being appointed 
to the Prsecentorship. 

1848. JOHN WILLIAM LA TOUCHE, LL.D; collated, Dec. 23 : 
installed, Nov. 29 ; died in 1870. 

1870. EGBERT WILLIAM WHELAN, M.A. ; collated, Aug. 3: 
installed, Aug. 10. 

7. WICKLOW. 

1830. THOMAS PERCEVA^ MAGEE, LL.D. ; Rector of St. 
Thomas s, Dublin; died, Dec. 16, 1854. 

1855. HENRY BROWNRIGG, M.A. ; Prebendary of Timothan ; 
collated, May 2 ; installed, May 9. 



PREBENDARIES. 61 

8. TIMOTHAN. 

1844. HENRY BROWNRIGG, M.A. ; resigned, in 1855, for the 
Prebend of Wicklow. 

1855. WILLIAM FITZGERALD, D.D. ; formerly Prebendary of 
Donoghmore ; Archdeacon of Kildare ; collated, June 2 ; 
installed, June 4; raised to the Bishopric of Cork in 1857, and 
translated to Killaloe in 1862 (q. v.) 

1857. HUGH USHER TIGHE, B.A. ; Dean of Ardagh, and Dean 
of the Chapel Royal, Dublin ; collated, March 25 ; installed, 
next day; made Dean of Deny, 1860, retaining his Prebend. 
He died Aug. 11, 1874, at Newtownstewart, KB. 

9. MALAHIDERT. 

1830. WILLIAM MICHAEL MAYERS, B.A. ; died 

1869. GEORGE AYRES, M.A. ; collated, Jan. 6 ; installed, 
Feb. 3. 

10. CASTLEKNOCK. 

1843. SAMUEL HINDS, D.D. ; resigned, Sept. 1848. He 
was presented to the Deanery of Carlisle, and afterwards, in 
1849, raised to the Bishopric of Norwich, which he resigned 
from failing health in 1857. He died in Feb. 1872. 

1848. RALPH SADLIER, M.A. ; afterwards D.D. ; Rector of 
Ringcurran, in the Diocese of Cork ; collated, Dec. 14 ; 
installed, Dec. 20. 

11. TIPPER. 

1829. WALTER DE BURGH, M.A ; became Vicar of Naaa in 
1859. 

1859. JOHN STAUNTON GILMORE, M.A; collated, Oct. 6 ; 
installed, Oct. 21. 

12. TASAGART. 

1799. CRINUS IRWIN, B.A. He became Archdeacon of Ossory 
in 1822, retaining his Prebend. After holding this Prebend 



62 DUBLIN (ST. PATRICK S). 

during the extraordinary period of 60 years, he died on Dec. 18, 
1859, in his 90th year. 

On his death the Prebend was united to the Parish of Rath- 
coole by order in Council, May 28, 1860. 

1860. WILLIAM JOHNSON THORNHILL, B.A. ; Sch. T.C.D. 
(1838), and Rector of Rathcoole; collated, March 31 ; instaUed, 
April 27. 

13. DUNLAVIN. 

1814. MOORE MORGAN, M.A. ; died in Nov. 1857, aged 79. 

1857. ANDEEW NOBLE BREDIN, M.A; collated, Dec. 23; in 
stalled, Jan. 9, 1858 ; resigned, in April, 1858, for the Rectory 
of Clonsast, in the Diocese of Kildare. 

1858. JOHN O REGAN, B.A. ; Vicar of Finglas, and formerly 
Prebendary of Howth ; collated, May 19 ; installed, June 21. In 
April, 1862, he was presented by the Crown, sede vacante, to the 
Archdeaconry of Kildare. 

14. MAYNOOTH. 

1840. GEORGE DACRE BLACKER, M.A. ; died May 23, 1871, 
aged 80, and was buried at Maynooth. 
He published some small pieces 

The Types and Prophecies of the Messiah. 

The Book s First Book (the Substance of the Book of Genesis 
condensed in verse). 12mc. Dublin, 1860. 

The Liturgy : a Compendious View of its History to the Revision 
of 1661. 8vo. Dublin, 1864. 

15. HOWTH. 

1847. ROBERT STAVELEY, M.A ; resigned, for the Prebend of 
St. Munchin s, Limerick, in June, 1849. 

1849. JOHN O REGAN, B,A., Sch. T.C.D. ; collated, Sept. 19; 
installed, Nov. 12 ; resigned, for the Vicarage of Finglas in 1852. 
He afterwards became Prebendary of Dunlavin, and Archdeacon 
of Kildare. 



PREBENDARIES. 63 

1852. WILLIAM ROBERT LAWRENSON, B.A. ; collated, Sept. 15 ; 
installed, Oct. 15. He was formerly Chaplain of the Magdalen 
Asylum, Dublin. He died at Sutton House, Howth, Jan. 11, 
1877. 

16. RATHMICHAEL. 

1825. JOHN HUNT, B.A. ; died, Aug. 25, 1866. 

1866. JAMES GEORGE SCOTT, M.A., Vicar of Bray, which 
Vicarage was now united to the Prebend ; collated, Dec. 5 ; 
installed, Dec. 1 7. 

17. MONMOHENOCK. 

1837. EDWARD PEPPER, M.A. ; died, May 10, 1870. 

1870. ALBERT IRWIN MACDONOGH, LL.D. ; Sch. T.C.D. 
(1857); collated, Aug. 3 ; installed, Aug. 10. 

18. STAGONIL (OR TEMPLE BEACAN), 

1846. JOSHUA LACY BERNARD, M.A. ; died, May 17, 1867. 

1867. CHARLES M DoxouGH, M.A. ; collated, July 3; installed, 
same day. He died, Dec. 1, 1873, and was buried in Powers- 
court new churchyard. 

19. TIPPER KEVIN. 

1847. AUGUSTUS WILLIAM WEST, M.A. ; Prebendary of 
Yagoe. He generously gave 750 to the Clergy Widows 
Fund of the Diocese of Kildare and Dublin in 1851. He was 
again installed in 1856 and 1857, on taking fresh preferment 
with his Prebend. He became Chancellor of Kildare in 1852, 
and Dean of Ardagh in 1 860. He also became a Minor Canon 
and an Honorary Vicar Choral of St. Patrick s. Dublin. 

1861. SAMUEL HENRY MEYRICK, M.A., Prebendary of Mode- 
ligo, in the Diocese of Lismore, and a Vicar Choral of Lismore ; 
collated, March 27 ; installed, April 9. 

20. DONOGHMORE. 

1819. FREDERICK EYRE TRENCH, M.A. ; died, Jan. 10, 
1848, aged 79. 



64 DUBLIN (ST. PATRICK S). 

1848. WILLIAM FITZGERALD, M.A. ; Professor of Moral 
Philosophy, T.C.D. ; collated, Feb. 16; installed, March 9; 
resigned, for Vicarage of St. Ann s, in July, 1851 ; afterwards 
Archdeacon of Kildare, and raised, in 1857, to the Bishopric 
of Cork, and translated to Killaloe in Jan., 1862. (q. v.) 

1851. WILLIAM EIOHABD EADCLIFF, B.A. ; collated, Aug. 20 ; 
installed, Oct. 1 ; died, Aug. 2, 1 872. 



MINOR CANONS. 

[The Minor Canons so marked t, remained in office until the 
Disestablishment. ] 

1827. HENRY HUNT, M.A. ; became Yicar General of 
Elphin. He died, May 23, 1861, at Donnybrook, aged 69. 

1837. EDWARD MARKS, M.A. He published 

A Sermon on the Death of the Reverend J. C. Lloyd. 8vo. 

Dublin, 1838. 

In 1839 he was also made a Vicar-Choral, and he died, 
May 7, 1869. 

1839. J?A MES WILLIA M I) ESP A RD, M. A. ; afterwards accepted 
preferment in the Diocese of Ely. 

1843. THOMAS JOHN MACKEE, B.A. ; resigned. 
1843. ^GEORGE DE BUTTS, M.A. 

1858. fHENRY FINLAYSON, M.A.; a Vicar-Choral (v. Despard); 
nominated, June 4 ; installed, same day. Under the Act 14 & 
15 Vic., c. 82, the emoluments on Mr. Despard s death were ap 
propriated to the Economy Fund. 

1861. tAuGUSTUs WILLIAM WEST, M.A. ; Dean of Ardagh, 
nominated (v. Hunt), June 8 ; installed, June 17. The emolu 
ments, as in the last case, went to the Economy Fund. 

1869. tALFRED THOMAS HARVEY, B.A. (v. Marks) ; nominated, 
June 8 ; installed, June 28. 



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VICAKS CHOEAL. 

[Vicars Choral thus marked t remained in office until the Disestablishment.] 

1816. ROBERT J ACER, Esq. ; also Vicar Choral of Christ 
Church; died, May 21, 1861. 

1816. JOHN SMITH, (afterwards Mus. D.); was appointed 
in 1847, Professor of Music in Dublin University, and was State 
Composer for Ireland. He was author of some musical publi 
cations. He died, Nov. 12, 1861, aged 65, and was buried in 
St. Patrick s. 

1822. SIMEON PINTO BUGGINE, (v. Weyman, deceased); 
died, in 1842. 

1827. f WILLIAM ROBINSON, M.A. (v. Spray, deceased). He 
was also a Vicar Choral of Christ Church. 

1827. JOHN MATHEWS, appointed half- Vicar (v. Warren, 
resigned). 

1829. FRANCIS ROBINSON, appointed half- Vicar (v. Bevan, 
resigned) ; resigned, June 1, 1843, on being made full Vicar. 

1829. HUMPHREY BEVAN, promoted to be full Vicar, 
Sep. 29 (v. T. Mathews, deceased). 

1829. \REV. JOHN ROTHERAM TARLETON,>.^.>, Precen 
tor s Vicar (v. Young, resigned). 

1833. THOMAS TERENCE MAGRATH, appointed, Oct. 15 (v. 
Sir J. Stevenson, deceased). 

1834. ^REV. JOHN Louis IRWIN, a Vicar Choral of Kil 
kenny ; Archdeacon of Dublin s Vicar ; appointed, July 8 (v. 
Crinus Irwin, resigned). 

1836. EEV. JOHN BERESFORD JOHNSTON, appointed, June 8, 
Chancellor s Vicar (v. Lord Hartland, deprived). Died, in 
Dublin, June 17, 1860. 

J5 1 



66 ST. PATKICK S (DUBLIN). 

1839. REV. EDWARD MARKS, D.D. ; appointed, Dean s Vicar 
May 1 (v. Martin, deceased) ; died, May 7, 1866, and was 
buried at St. Patrick s. 

1843. JOSEPH ROBINSON, appointed half-Vicar Jan. 1 (v. F. 
Robinson, resigned); resigned, Dec. 14, 1848. 

1843. tFRANCis ROBINSON, half- Vicar; appointed full Vicar 
Jan 1 (v. Buggine, deceased) ; he was also a Vicar Choral of 
Christ Church. 

1846. REV. EDWARD MICHAEL HAMILTON, M.A ; Treasurer s 
Vicar (v. Kingsbury, deceased). 

1 849. BENJAMIN MULLEN, appointed half- Vicar Jan. 6 (v. J. 
Robinson, resigned). He resigned in 1862, on being made full 
Vicar. 

1851. REV. HENRY FINLAYSON, M.A. ; appointed and in 
stalled Treasurer s Vicar (v. Hamilton, resigned) Dec. 9 ; resigned, 
on being made Dean s Vicar, in 1869. 

1854. JOSEPH ROBINSON, again appointed half- Vicar, June 
21 (v, John Mathews, deceased) ; installed, next day ; resigned, 
in 1856, on being made full Vicar. 

1856. t JOSEPH ROBINSON, appointed and installed full Vicar, 
April 19 (v. Bevan). 

1856. GEORGE GRAY, Gentleman of Her Majesty s Chapel 
Royal, and Lay Vicar of "Westminster Abbey ; appointed half- 
Vicar, May 27 (v. J. Robinson, resigned). In 1861 he resigned, 
on being made full Vicar. 

1860. fREV. HENRY ROOKE, B.A. ; appointed Chancellor s 
Vicar, Nov. 23 (v. Johnston, deceased); installed, Dec. 17. 

1861. fGEORGE Gray, half- Vicar; appointed full Vicar, 
June 25 (v. Jager, deceased) ; installed, July 1. 

1861. f ROBERT PRESCOTT STEWART, Mus. D. ; appointed half- 
Vicar June 25 (v. Gray, resigned) ; installed, July 1. He was 
knighted by the Lord Lieutenant in 1872. 



VICAES CHORAL. 67 

1862. fBEXJAMix MULLEN, half-Vicar; appointed full Vicar, 
Jan. 7. (v. Smith, deceased) ; installed, Jan. 8. 



1862. fJoHN O RoRKE, appointed half- Vicar, Jan. 7 (v. 
Mullen, resigned) ; installed, Jan. 8. 

1866. tREV. HEXRY FIXLAYSOX, Treasurer s Vicar ; appointed 
and installed Dean s Vicar, (v. Marks, deceased) June 5. He was 
also a Minor Canon. 

1865. {SAMUEL DOBBIX, appointed and installed, May 11 (v. 
Magrath). He was also a Vicar Choral of Christ Church. 

1869. tREV. CHARLES EDWARD WRIGHT, B.A., Sen. T.C.D. ; 
appointed Treasurer s Vicar, June 3 (v. Finlayson, resigned) ; 
installed, June 5. 



In the charter of 16th of Charles II. (1643), the names of 
Vicars are given as in Vol. ii. p. 204. They are thirteen in 
number, and to each of the two last is given a half-Vicar-Cho- 
ralship "for the present." (Mason.) 

It appears that this existence of half- Vicars was afterwards 
regularly perpetuated. 



By Act of Parliament, 14 and 15 Vic. c. 82 (1851), the 
emoluments of the offices of the Praecentor s Vicar, Chancellor s 
Vicar, and Archdeacon of Dublin s Vicar, were appropriated, on 
next avoidances, to the Economy Fund of the Cathedral, as well 
as the emoluments of the offices of the two Minor Canons, that 
should first fall vacant. 



ST. PATKICK S CATHEDKAL. 

St. Patrick s Cathedral, a twelfth century church,* in the 
first pointed, or early English style, but with an intermix 
ture of the semicircular arch in the transepts, had been for the 
greater part preserved until the eighteenth century was far 
advanced. Works of repair and alterations had introduced some 
specimens of later styles. The ground plan being, like that of 
most great churches, cruciform, the structure itself consisted of 
nave, choir, a north and a south transept, all with aisles, and an 
eastern chapel, which, if not absolutely contemporary, must have 
been a very early addition. In the fourteenth century Arch 
bishop Minot added the tower, which stands engaged in the 
external wall of the north aisle of the nave, and on this tower 
there was superimposed, in the eighteenth century, a lofty spire, 
but little harmonizing with the antient edifice. There does not 
appear to have been any Chapter-house : if there was, all trace 
of it has been lost. 

There being no means provided for keeping the iabric in 
repair, except a very scanty ceconomy fund, the inevitable con 
sequence ensued of a sure though slow decay. The north 
transept, which had been assigned to the parishioners of St. 
Nicholas Without, to be used as their parish church, had be- 



* Extract from the Annales Hiberniae MSS. preserved in the Public 
Library, St. Patrick s, Dublin : 

Anno 1191." 

" This year the Bishops of Armagh and Dublin together with the 
" Legate O Hemay consecrated St. Patrick s Church, which lieth in the 
" suburbs of Dublin, on St. Patrick s day, goeing in a procession from the 
" Blessed Trinity in Dublin, and gave it to God and our Blessed Lady 
" Mary and St. Patrick." 

" this account was taken out of an antient book of Roger Cradoks Bishop 
" of Waterford and now in the custody of the Lord Viscount Chicester 
" the 26th day of December 1623 by Miles Maguire." 



ST. PATRICK S CATHEDRAL. 69 

come an unroofed ruin in the eighteenth century, and so re 
mained for nearly fifty years, before it was rebuilt with little, if 
any, conformity to the structure of which it was a portion. The 
eastern chapel, dedicated to the B.Y.M., had been granted to a 
congregation of French refugees, and on that congregation 
becoming extinct, was used as a chapter-house, but had to be 
taken down and rebuilt on the old plan and foundation. 

Notwithstanding all the exertions of the Dean and Chapter 
much of the church was fast hastening to ruin, when the late Sir 
Benjamin Lee Guinness interposed with an offer to give eighteen 
thousand pounds for the reparation of the church. 

As the works proceeded, Sir Benjamin found that the sum 
proposed should not only be exceeded, but should be many 
times multiplied before his plan of restoration could be realized, 
as ultimately was done by his unhesitating munificence. The 
south and north aisles were rebuilt j a south and a north porch 
added ; the clerestory repaired ; the triforium entirely restored ; 
the huge perpendicular window (which had been entirely re 
newed by Dean Dawson) removed, three lancet windows, con 
formably to the original plan, being replaced in its stead ; the 
flying buttresses rebuilt ; stained -glass windows provided ; the 
throne, the stalls, and other fittings of the choir entirely re 
newed ; a new organ provided ; the ring of bells completed ; an 
ornamental cross placed on the summit of the spire ; and every 
thing that appeared requisite to the solemnities of the Divine 
Service having been furnished with unsparing generosity, the 
Cathedral, truly restored, was reopened for public worship in 
1865. 



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GLENDALOCH, 



AECHDEACONS. 

1849. CHARLES STRONG, B.D. ; died Feb. 8, 1861 ; Eector 
of Bray. 

1861. EDWAKD WILLIAM WHATELY, M.A. (son of Archbishop 
Whately); collated, March 27; installed, April 10; resigned, 
in 1862, for the Chancellorship of St. Patrick s. 

1862. CADWALLERWOLSELEY, M.A.; Chancellor of St. Patrick s, 
Dublin, and Vicar of St. Andrew s ; collated, Oct. 8 ; installed, 
Oct. 13; he died at Dublin, Nov. 4, 1872; aged 66. 



KILDARE. 

DEANS. 

1834. JAMES GREGORY, M.A. ; who was also Incumbent of 
St. Bridget s, Dublin ; died in Dublin, March 5, 1859. 

On his death the parish of Cloncurry was disappropriated 
from the Deanery. 

1859. JOHN WOLSELEY, M.A ; 3rd Canon, Chaplain of St. 
Michael s, Portarlington ; elected by the Chapter, April 2 ; in 
stituted, May 4. 

PE^ECENTOES. 
1834. RAWDON GRIFFITH GREENE, M.A. ; died in 1863. 

1863. JOHN O EEGAN, M.A ; Prebendary of Dunlavin in St. 
Patrick s, Dublin, and Archdeacon of Kildare ; collated, April 1 ; 
installed, April 9. 



CHANCELLORS, ETC. . 71 

CHANCELLORS. 

1843. (Suspended). Suspension removed, March 1, 1849, 

1849. HENRY EDWARD JOLY, M.A., M.D ; Rector of Clon- 
sast ; collated, March 28 ; made Archdeacon of Killala in 1850 ; 
died June 22, 1852. 

1852. AUGUSTUS WILLIAM WEST, M.A. ; Prebendary of 
Tipperkovin, in St. Patrick s, Dublin ; collated, July 1 4 ; made 
Dean of Ardagh, Oct. 10, 1860. 

TREASURERS. 

1832. JOHX BROWNE, M.A. ; who was also Diocesan Registrar, 
died in 1870. 

1870. MAURICE THOMAS DE BURGH, M.A. ; collated, March 16 ; 
installed, May 12. 

ARCHDEACONS. 

1818. CHARLES LINDSAY, M.A. (son of the Bishop of Kil- 
dare) ; 2nd Canon; died, April 23, 1855. 

1855. WILLIAM FITZGERALD, D.D., Sch. T.C.D. ; Vicar of 
St. Ann s, Dublin ; collated, May 30. In the same yeai he 
became also Prebendary of Timothan, in St. Patrick s, Dublin, 
and he was raised to the Bishopric of Cork in 1857, and trans 
lated in 1862 to Killaloe, &c. (q.v.) 

1857. JOHN GREGG, B.A., afterwards D.D., Sch., T.C.D. ; 
Chaplain of Trinity Church, Dublin; collated, March 18. In 
1862 he was raised to the Bishopric of Cork (q.v.) 

1862. JOHN REGAN, M.A. ; Prebendary of Dunlavin in 
St. Patrick s, Dublin ; collated, July 20 ; installed, Aug. 23. 

In 1863 he also became Pnecentor. 

\ 

IST CANONS. 

1809. WILLIAM Cox, B.A. ; Prebendary of Nurney (q.v.) ; 
died, Sept. 25, 1859, aged 82. 



72 KILDARE. 

The Canonry was suspended, but the suspension was removed 
(the revenues being severed) by an order in Council, dated 
Jan. 10, 1860. 

1860. AKTHUR JOHN PRESTON, M.A. ; Prebendary of Lulliagh- 
more ; collated, May 30 ; died in 1875. 



2ND CANONS. 

1815. CHARLES LINDSAY, M.A., Archdeacon, &c., &c, ; 
Prebendary of Harristown. He died, April 23, 1855. 

On his death the Privy Council suspended the appointment, 
but the suspension was afterwards removed, the revenues being 
allocated to the Vicarages, the rectorial tithes of which had 
formed the corps of the Canonry. 

1858. FRANCIS HEWSON, M.A. ; collated, March 3. 

In 1861 he became Rector of Dunganstown, in the Diocese of 
Glendaloch. 

SBD CANONS. 

(SUSPENDED). 

1849. JOHN WOLSELEY, M.A. ; appointed, on removal of 
the suspension March 1, 1849 ; collated, March 28; installed, 
May 4 ; resigned on promotion to the Deanery. 

1859. CHARLES CROSTHWAITE, M.A., Eector of Lackagh ; 
collated, May 11. He is Vicar-General of the Diocese. 

He has published 

Installation Sermon. Dublin, 1864. 

Baptismal Regeneration as bearing on Justification by Faith only. 

Dublin, 1865. 

Regeneration and Justification. Dublin, 1866. 

Observations on Dean Day s Sermon on Baptism. Dublin, 1868. 
Thoughts on the 28th Article. Dublin, 1871. 

First Steps towards Agreement on Baptism. Dublin, 1871. 

Rubrics on the Sacraments. Dublin, 1873. 

Sketches of Revision Debates. Dublin, 1873. 



CANONS, ETC. 73 

Remarks on Dr. Sydney Smith s Pamphlet in reply to the Bishop 
of Ossory on Baptism. Dublin, 1874. 

Church Doctrines popularly explained : A Letter from a Clergy 
man to his Parishioners. Dublin, 1875. 

Objections to the Proposed New Preface to the Prayer Book. 

Dublin, 1875. 

4TH CANONS. 
(SUSPENDED). 

The suspension ordered by the Privy Council on Dec. 14, 
1840, was removed on March 1, 1849. 

1849. JAMES JOSEPH FREW, M.A., Eector of Ballysax ; 
collated, March 28; installed. April 17. He died at South 
Norwood, near London, Feb. 23, 1876. 

PEEBENDAEIES. 

1. LULLIAGHMOBE. 

1833. ARTHUR JOHN PRESTON, became 1st Canon in 1860. 

2. RATHANGAN. 

1803. WILLIAM BOURNE, B.A., Vicar of St. Andrew s, 
Dublin; died in Dublin, March 5, 1862, aged 84, and was 
buried at Eathangan. 

1862. JOHN TOTTENHAM, M.A., Eector of Ballysax; collated, 
May 28 ; installed, April 14 ; died, Dec. 1 2, 1864, aged 57, and 
is buried at Eathangan. 

1866. CHARLES CROSTHWAITE, M.A., 3rd Canon; collated, 
May 3 ; installed, Juno 8. 

3. NURNEY. 

1809. WILLIAM Cox, B.A., 1st Canon ; died Sept. 25, 1859, 
aged 82, having hoi den the Prebend and Canonry fifty years. 
1 859. JOHN PIM, B.A. ; collated, Dec. 21. 



74 KILDAEE. 

4. BALLYSONAN. 
1801. JOSEPH WILSON. 

1852. JAMES JOSEPH FREW, M.A., 4th Canon ; collated, 
Oct. 13; resigned. 

1865. WILLIAM JAMES MOLLOY, M.A. ; presented by the 
Crown, Aug. 25 ; instituted, Sept. 25 ; installed, Oct. 19. 

5. CASTROPETRI, OR, MONASTER-ORIS. 

Suspended, Feb. 10, 1845; suspension removed, July 31, 
1849. 

1849. JOHN EDWARD MURRAY, B.A.; collated, Oct. 10. 

6. GEASHILL. 

1824. JOHN D ! GBY WINGFIELD-, resigned in March, 1848. 

1848. EICHARD CLARKE, M.A.; presented, May 5; instituted, 
June 7, installed, July 4; died, July 16, 1866. 

1866. JAMES FRANCIS M CORMICK, M.A.; presented, by Lord 
Digby, Nov. 1 ; instituted, Nov. 7 ; installed, Nov. 15. 

7. HARRISTOWN. 

1828. CHARLES MOORE, (grandson of Henry, fifth Earl of 
Drogbeda) ; died, 

1857. EGBERT AUGUSTUS MAUNSELL, B.A.; a Prebendary of 
Limerick; collated, by the Bishop, Oct. 21 ; resigned in 1863. 

1863. ALFRED HAMILTON, M.A.; presented, by the Earl of 
Drogheda, Dec. 14 ; instituted, Jan. 2 ; installed, Jan. 14, 1864 ; 
resigned, 

1867. JOHN JOSEPH KNOX FLETCHER, M.A.; collated, Nov. 20. 

8. DONADBA. 

1828. WILLIAM JOSIAH AYLMER ; (third son of Sir Fenton 
Aylmer, Baronet, of Donadea Castle ;) resigned in 1854, and 
died in 1856. 



PREBENDAKIES. 75 

1854. JAMES HAROLD WALKER, B.A.; instituted, March 27 ; 
resigned in 1856. 

1856. WALTER VANDELEUB GEORGE DUDGEON, M.A. ; insti 
tuted, Dec. 31. 

1860. FRANCIS METCALF WATSON, M.A.; instituted, May 30; 
resigned in 1868, on being made Dean of Leighlin. 

1868. OLIVER JOSEPH TIBEAUDO, B.A.; presented, by Sir 
Gerald Aylmer, rfept. 28 ; instituted, Oct. 21 ; 



DIOCESES OF OSSORY, FERNS, AND 
LEIGHLIN. 



BISHOPS. 
1842. JAMES THOMAS O ^/^D.D.; died, Dec, 12, 1874. 

Bishop O Brien published the following in addition to the 
works given in vols. ii. and v. : 

Ten Sermons on the Nature and Effects of Faith. Preached 
before the University in 1829 and 1831. 1833. 

Two Sermons on the Human Nature of our Lord. 1838. 

Charges to the Clergy, of Dioceses of Ossory, &c., 1842, 1845, 
1848, 1853, 1854. 

The Disestablishment and Disendowment of the Irish Branch of 
the United Church considered. London, 1869. 

He died, Dec. 12, 1874. 



OSSORY. 

DEANS. 
1843. CHARLES VIGNOLES, D.D. 

PRECENTORS. 

1848. JOHN LAM PIER DRAPES, M.A. ; formerly Precentor 
of Eerns; resigned, in April, 1865. 

1865. WILLIAM PENNEFATHER, M.A. ; collated, Aug. 9; 
died in 1870. 

1870. CHRISTOPHER LOVETT DARBY, M.A, (Oxon.) ; collated, 
and installed, Dec. 13. 



CHANCELLORS, TREASURERS, ETC. 77 

CHANCELLORS. 

1838. FRANCIS ROBERT SANDYS, M.A. 

1863. RICHARD PACK, B.A. ; Treasurer; collated and in 
stalled, Feb. 23, 

TREASURERS. 

1842. RICHARD PACK, B.A. ; resigned, in 1863, for the 
Chancellorship. 

1863. JAMES GRAVES, B.A. ; collated and installed, May 2. 
He has published 

The History, Architecture, and Antiquities of the Cathedral 
Church of St. Canice. By the Rev. J. Graves and J. G. A. Prim. 
4to. Dublin, 1857. 

The Taking of the Earl of Ormonde, &c. 

The Early Life and Marriage of James Duke of Ormonde. 

Memoir of the Fair Geraldine. 

The Church and Shrine of St. Manchan. 

Roll of the Proceedings of the King s Council in Ireland for a 
portion of the sixteenth year of the reign of Richard II., A.D. 
1392-3. With an Appendix. London, 1877. 

Mr. Graves has contributed many articles to the Proceedings 
of the Royal Historical and Archaeological Society of Ireland. 



ARCHDEACONS. 

1822. CRINUS IRWIN, M.A. ; died, Dec. 17, 1859, aged 90, 
and was buried at Kilfane. 

1860. JOSEPH TH ACKER, M.A. ; Prebendary of Kilmanagh ; 
collated, June 7 ; installed, June 12. 



78 OSSOEY. 

PEEBEND ABIES. 

1. BLACKRATH. 

1835. SAMUEL MADDEN, B.A. ; resigned, in 1848, for the 
Prebend of Mayne. 

1849. HENRY HARE, M.A. ; collated, Sep. 13; installed, Sep. 
15 ; resigned, in Oct., 1851, on being appointed to a Military 
Chaplaincy in Malta. 

1852. JOSEPH THACKER, M.A. ; a Yicar Choral; collated and 
installed, Eeb. 3; resigned, in 1855, for the Prebend of Kil- 
managh. 

1855. JOHN MEADE HOBSON, B.A. (afterwards M.A.) ; col 
lated, Sep. 12 ; installed, Sep. 14 ; resigned in 1863. 

1864. FREDERICK EICHARDS WYNNE, B.A. ; collated and in 
stalled, Jan. 25. 

2. AGHOURE. 

1824. LUKE FOWLER, B.A. (afterwards M.A.) ; died at 
Welbrook, County Kilkenny, Mar. 1, 1876, having held the 
Prebend for 52 years. 

3. MAYNE. 

1848. SAMUEL MADDEN, M.A. ; resigned, in 1861, for the 
Prebend of Kilmanagh. 

1861. CHARLES KENDALL BUSHE, B.A. ; Vicar of Mothel ; 
formerly Prebendary of Ta-scoffin ; collated and installed, Aug. 
2 ; resigned, Jan. 9, 1866. He became Eector of New Eoss 
in 1865. 

1866. VERNON EUSSELL DRAPES, B.A. ; Prebendary of Ta- 
scoffin ; Vicar of Durrow ; collated, July 4. 



PREBENDARIES. 79 

4. KILLAMERY. 

1827. WILLIAM HARTFORD, B.A. ; resigned in 1853. 

1853. HEXRY SCOTT, M.A. ; collated and installed, Nov. 16. 
In 1859 he was made a Prebendary of Leighlin. He resigned 
this Prebend in 1860. 

1860. CHARLES CAULFIELD PEPPER, M.A. ; collated and in 
stalled, May 9 ; died at Callan, April 1, 1874, and was buried 
in the Cathedral, Kilkenny. 

5. TA-SCOFFIN. 

1848. CHARLES KENDALL BUSHED B.A. ; resigned, in 1857, 
for the Living of Mothel. In 1861 he became Prebendary of 
Mayne. 

1858. VERXON RUSSELL DRAPES, B.A. ; Sch. T.C.D.; a 
Vicar-Choral ; collated and installed, Feb. 16 ; resigned in 1865, 
for the Vicarage of Durrow. In 1866 he became Prebendary of 
Mayne. 

1865. RICHARD DEVERELL, B.A. ; Curate of Durrow ; col 
lated, Aug. 16. 

6. KILMANAGH. 

1801. HANS CAULFIELD, B.A. ; died June 29, 1854, having 
been Prebendary more than 53 years 

1855. JOSEPH THACKER, M.A. ; Prebendary of Blackrath ; 
collated, May 2; installed, May 10; resigned, on being made 
Archdeacon in 1860. 

1861. SAMUEL MADDEN, M.A. ; Prebendary of Mayne; col 
lated and installed. Mar. 5. 

Mr. Madden, and his predecessor, were both appointed by the 
Bishop, failing the appointment by the Archbishops of Armagh 
and Dublin of a Fellow or ex-Fellow of T.C.D. within the time 
limited. [D.R.] 



80 OSSOEY. 

7. CLONAMERY. 

1842. HENRY HERBERT, B.A,; resigned, Oct. 1849. 

1850. THOMAS STANLEY MONGK, B.A. ; collated, March 5 ; 
installed, March 14 ; died, June 1, 1856. 

1858. JAMES LANCASTER, M. A. ; Eector of Kiltennel, Diocese 
of Ferns ; collated and installed, Sep. 23 ; resigned, Dec. 31, 
1868, for the Union of Attana. 

1869. THOMAS UNIACKE TOWNSEND, B.A. ; Sch. T.C.D. ; 
collated, Feb. 18; installed, March 2. 



VICAES CHOEAL. 

[t Vicars Choral thus marked, held the office till the Disestablishment.] 
1841. EEV. ADAM BETTESWORTH PERRY, B.A. ; resigned, 
July, 1856. 

1848. EEV. THOMAS DAWSON, B.A. ; resigned, on being ap 
pointed Vicar of Kilmocar, Sep. 13, 1863. 

. EEV. JOSEPH TH ACKER, M.A, ; resigned, July 13, 
1852. He became Prebendary of Blackrath before his resignation. 

1852. EEV. WILLIAM CHARLES GORMAN, B.A. ; appointed 
Archdeacon s Vicar (v. Thacker) July 14 ; installed, next day; 
resigned, July 5, 1869. 

1856. EEV. WILLIAM ANDREWS, B.A. ; appointed Praecentor s 
Vicar (v. Perry), July 14 ; resigned, July 15, 1869. 

1863. EEV. JAMES WILLIAM EYND, B.A. ; appointed Dean s 
Vicar (v. Dawson), Sep. 14; installed, same day; resigned, in 
1865 ; and is now beneficed in England. 

1865. fEEv. WALTER DE MONTMORENCY, B.A. ; appointed 
Dean s Vicar (v. Eynd), in Dec. 

1869. EEV. JOHN JAMES BROWNE, M.A. ; appointed Arch 
deacon s Vicar (v. Gorman), July 6 ; installed, same day. 

1869. tEEV. EGBERT YOUNG HEATLEY, B.A. ; (afterwards 
M.A.) ; Sch. T.C.D. ; appointed Prsecentor s Vicar (v. Andrew s), 
July 16 ; installed same day* 



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FEENS. 

DEANS. 

1842. HENRY NEWLAND, D.D. ; died, at Gorey, March 7, 
1862, aged 66. 

1862. HAMILTON VERSCHOYLE, M.A. ; Chancellor of Christ 
Church, Dublin ; patent dated April 4; instituted, April 25; 
installed, April 28 ; resigned, on being raised to the Bishopric 
of Kilmore in the same year. 

1862. WILLIAM ATKINS, D.D. ; Fellow T.C.D. (1843) ; Eector 
of Tullyagnish, 1844; patent dated Nov. 21 ; instituted, Dec. 
13; instaUed, Jan. 11, 1863. 

Dean Atkins has published 

Six Discourses on Pastoral Duties Donnellan Lectures, 1860. 

Dublin, 1861. 

PRECENTORS. 

1824. HENRY PRESTON ELRINGTON, M.A. (afterwards 
D.D.) ; (son of Bishop Elrington). He died, in May, 1860, and 
was buried at Templeshambo, Ferns. 

I860. WILLIAM PENNEFATHEB, M.A. ; Treasurer; collated, 
Nov. 9; installed, Nov. 16; resigned, Dec. 22, 1862; died in 
1870. In 1865 he became Precentor of Ossory. 

1863. THOMAS HARPUE, M.A. ; Rector of Maryborough; 
collated, June 4; installed, June 6; died, May 21, 1866, at a 
very advanced age. 

1866. JOHN BOOKER, B.A. ; Rector of Killurin ; collated, 
July 19. 

CHANCELLORS. 
1840. HUGH STEWART, B.A. ; 



82 FERNS. 

TREASURERS. 

1821. THOMAS OTTIWELL MOORE, B.A. ; 

1855. WILLIAM PENNBFATHEB, M.A, (son of Lord Chief 
Justice Pennefather ; collated, March 29; installed, April 11; 
resigned, in 1860 for the Prsecentorship. 

1861. WILLIAM BRANDON, B.A.; Prebendary of Crosspatrick ; 
collated, Feb. 7 ; installed, Feb. 19. 

ARCHDEACONS. 

1848. JOHN EVANS JOHNSTON, M.A. 

PREBENDARIES. 

1. KILRANE. 

1848. JOHN CORVAN, B.A. ; resigned, in 1857. 
1857. ROBERT FISHBOURNE, M.A., Vicar of Ferns, and pre 
viously a Prebendary of Leighlin; collated, March 5. 

2. COOLSTUFFE, OR KILTEGAN. 

1823. GEORGE RICHARDS, B.A. (afterwards M.A.) ; died, 
April 23, 1873, aged 93. 

3. FETHARD. 

1846. PERCIVAL BANKS WELDON, M.A. ; resigned, for the 
living of Kilcormick. 

1866. JAMES ARMSTRONG, M.A. ; collated, July 19 ; installed, 
Aug. 12. 

4. EDERMINE. 

1832. PLUNKET PRESTON, B.A. ; died, Nov. 27, 1853. 

1854. HANS ATKINSON, M.A. ; Treasurer of Leighlin ; col 
lated and installed, May 23; resigned, April 11, 1856, for the 
Rectory of Fenagh. 

1856, ROBERT HENRY STANLEY, M.A. ; Rector of Ban now ; 
collated, May 19 ; installed, next day; died, May 17, 1869. 

1869. FBEDERICK THOMPSON, B.A.; collated, July 7 ; installed, 
July 18. 



PREBENDARIES. 83 

5. TAGHMON. 

1847. JOHN HARLEY, B.A. ; died, at Spa House, Lucan, 
Jan. 2, 1865. 

1865. THOMAS JOHN JACOB, M.A. ; collated, June 28. 

6. KILRUSH. 

1848. GEORGE JONES ; resigned, in 1849, exchanging with 
his successor. 

1849. NICHOLAS DEVEREUX, M.A. (afterwards D.D.) ; of 
Ballyrankin House, Ferns ; Rector of Kilcormick ; collated, 
July 18; installed, July 25; died, in 1867, and was buried at 
Kilrush. 

1868. ROBERT GRAHAM BROWNRIGG, B.A. ; collated Mar. 7 ; 
installed, Mar. 10. 

7. TOOME. 

1844, HAWTREY WHITE BROWNE, B.A. ; died, in 1862. 
1862. EDWARD HALLAM, M.A. ; collated, Nov. 11 ; installed, 
Nov. 14. 

8. CLONE. 

1834. SOLOMON RICHARDS, B.A. ; died, in 1866. 
1866. LOFTUS NUNN, B.A. ; collated, July 19 ; installed, July 
27; died, near Richmond, Yorkshire, April 24, 1876. 

9. WHITECHURCH. 

1843. JOHN KEEFFE ROBINSON, B.A. ; died, April 7, 1862. 

1862. EDWARD MOORE, M.A. ; collated, Sep. 17; installed, 
Sep. 27; died, in 1865. 

1866. GEORGE JONES, B.A. ; collated, April 4; installed, 
Aug. 26. 

10. CROSSPATRICK, OB KILCOLMAN. 

. 1824. WILLIAM BARBER, M.A. ; died, Jan. 5, 1852. 

1852. WILLIAM BRANDON, B.A,; Treasurer of Leighlin; col 
lated, June 30; installed, July 1 ; resigned, Feb. 7, 1861, for 
the Treasurership. 

1861. DAVID BROWNRIGG, B.A. ; collated, June 17 ; installed, 
July 15 ; died, April 26, 1877, aged 68. 



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LEIGHLIN. 



DEANS. 

1822. HON. RICHARD BOYLE BERNARD, D.D. ; died, at 
Leighlin, March 1, 1850. 

1850. HUGH USHER TIGHB, M.A. ; patent, April 22 ; 
instituted, May 10; installed, May 12; resigned, in 1854 for 
the Deanery of Ardagh. 

1854. JAMES LYSTER, M.A. (afterwards Honorary LL.D., 
Dublin), (eldest son of Lieut. -Col. Anthony Lyster, of Lysterfield, 
County Koscommon) ; patent dated Nov. 14; instituted, Dee. 1 ; 
installed, Dec. 4 ; exchanged, March 21, 1864, with his suc 
cessor. 

1864. WILLIAM BERNARD LAUDER, LL,D., Dean of Ontario ; 
patent dated July 11 ; instituted, Sep. 14; installed, Sep. 17 ; 
died, Feb. 5, 1868. 

1868. FRANCIS METCALP WATSON, M.A. ; Prebendary of 
Donadea, in the Diocese of Kildare ; patent dated April 15 ; 
instituted, May 2 ; died, suddenly at Meran, in the Tyrol, 
Dec. 3, 1876. 

PE^CENTOES. 

1830. JAMES BRED IN, B.A. ; resigned, for the living of 
Myshall, Sep. 29, 1859. 

1859. EGBERT M KEE, B.A. ; Eector of Nurney ; collated and 
installed, Nov. 3. 

CHANCELLOES, 

1830. JAMES WILSON, M.A. (afterwards D.D.) ; raised, in 
1848, to the Bishopric of Cork, &c. 
The appointment to this dignity was suspended Sep. 18, 1848. 



TREASURERS, ETC. 85 

TREASURERS. 

1841. WILLIAM BRANDON, B.A. ; resigned, April 20, 1853. 
He was a Prebendary of Ferns. 

1853. HANS ATKINSON, M.A. ; collated, June 2; installed, 
June 4 ; resigned, in 1854, for a Prebend in the Diocese of Ferns. 

1854. JAMES RICHARDS, B.A. ; collated, Nov. 22 ; installed, 
Dec. 2. Ho died in 1870. 

ARCHDEACONS. 
1824. HON. HENRY SCOTT STOPFORD, M.A. 

PREBENDARIES. 

1. ULLARD. 

1835. JAMES MORGAN STUBBS, M.A. ; resigned, for the 
Rectory of Rossdroit, Jan. 30, 1849. 

1849. WOLFENDEN KENNY BURROUGHS, M.A. ; collated, April 
23 ; installed, May 19 ; resigned, March 3, same year. 

1858. JOSEPH URIEL FRANKLIN, M.A. ; collated, May 5 ; 
installed, May 15. 

2. TOLMAGYNAQH, OR TOLMAGRINAGH. 

1812. ARTHUR ST. GEORGE, B.A. ; died, in 1858. 

1858. FREDERICK FITZJOHN TRENCH, M.A, ; a Prebendary of 
St. Patrick s, Dublin; collated, Aug. 25; installed, Aug. 31 ; 
died, in Oct., 1859. 

1859. HENRY SCOTT, M.A. ; a Prebendary of St. Canice 3, 
Kilkenny; collated, Dec. 14 ; installed, next day. He died in 
1876. 

3. AGHOLD. 

1836. ROBERT FISHBOURNE, M.A. ; resigned, Sep. 10, 1856, 
for the Vicarage of Ferns. 

1857. FREDERICK OWEN, M.A. ; collated, March 5 ; installed, 

March 7. 

4. TBCOLMB. 

1 844. JOSEPH KEA TINGE, M.A. ; died, at Dalkey, County 
Dublin, Aug. 15, 1872, aged 70. 



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DIOCESES OF AKMAGH AND CLOGHER. 



AKCHBISHOPS. 

1822. RIGHT HON. LORD JOHN GEORGE BERESFORD, D.D. 

On the death of the Bishop of Clogher, April 26, 1850, that 
See was united to Armagh, under the provisions of the Church 
Temporalities Act (3 & 4 Wm. IV., c. 37), and the Primate became 
thenceforth ARCHBISHOP of ARMAGH and BISHOP of CLOGHER. 

Primate Lord J. G. Beresford was thereupon enthroned at 
Clogher. 

In 1851 he became Chancellor of the University of Dublin. 
In 1853 he erected at his sole expense the Campanile in the 
centre of the great quadrangle T.C.D. He contributed 2,000 
to the endowment^ of the chair of Ecclesiastical History. He 
was also a munificent benefactor to the College of St. Columba. 

He died at Woburn, near Donaghadee, July 18, 1862, aged 
89, and was buried in the crypt of his cathedral, July 30. 

In the nave of the cathedral, under one of the arches in 
the south aisle, is an altar monument erected to his memory by 
his family. On the top is a full-length robed figure, recumbent, 
of white marble, executed by Baron Marochetti, who has preserved 
the likeness of the face with remarkable skill. Within the rails 
is set into the floor of the chancel a brass, having a mitred 
figure, with an inscription at the foot, giving the date of his 
death. Along the sides runs this inscription " By his muni 
ficent aid this Cathedral Church of St. Patrick, fast hastening 
to decay, was restored A.D. 1840. Through his pious care 
twenty-three additional churches were erected in the Diocese of 
Armagh." 

1862. MARCUS GERVAIS BERESFORD, D.D. ; Bishop of Kil- 
more, &c. (q.v.) ; translated by patent, dated October 15 ; 
enthroned, October 23. 

He has published his Charges in the years 1864, 1868, 1869, 
1871, 1873, 1874, 1875. 



DEANS, ETC. 87 

DEANS. 

1841, EDWARD GUSTAVUS HUDSON, M.A. ; died, Aug. 14, 
1851. 

1851. BRABAZON WILLIAM DISNEY, B.D.; Sch. T.C.D. (1817); 
Dean of Emly, and Rector of Stackallan, in the Diocese 
of Meath ; patent, Dec. 23; instituted and installed, Jan. 2, 
1852. He died at Suminerland, Monkstown, near Cork, Dec. 
20, 1874, aged 77. 

PRECENTORS. 

1834. RICHARD ALLOTT, M.A. ; died, April 19, 1858, 
aged 75. 

In the Cathedral there is a memorial window to him, on the 
south aisle. He is buried in the crypt of the Cathedral. 

1858. ALEXANDER IRWIN, M.A. ; Rector of Armagh ;. (son of 
the Venerable Henry Irwin, Archdeacon of Emly) ; collated and 
installed, May 21. He was born May 1, 1804; died, Jan. 11, 
1872 ; and was buried in the churchyard of St. Mark s, 
Armagh. There is a mural brass on the north aisle of the nave 
of the Cathedral recording his birth, dignity, and death. 

CHANCELLORS. 

1840. JAMES JONES, M.A. (son of Rev. James Jones, 
Rector of Urney, in the Diocese of Derry) ; formerly a Pre 
bendary of Kilkenny ; died, Jan. 24, 1871, aged 78. 

In the south aisle of the nave a mural brass bears this in 
scription 

" To the memory of the Rev. JAMES JONES, A.M., 

Chancellor of this Cathedral for thirty years. 

Died January xxiv., MDOCCLXXI., 

Aged seventy-eight years. 

He was the confidential friend and chaplain of two Primates, the 
survivor of whom records the love and respect which were felt for liim by 
all sorts and conditions of men." 



88 AKMAGH. 

TREASURERS. 
1817. CHARLES ATKINSON, B.A. ; died in March, 1851. 

1851. JOSIAH FRANCIS FLAVELL, M.A.; a Vicar Choral and 
Librarian ; collated and installed, April 1 9 ; resigned, Feb. 
11, 1852, for the Prebend of Loughgall. 

1852. WILLIAM BARLOW, M.A., Vicar of Carlingford ; col 
lated and installed, March 16; died, Jan. 19, 1871. 



ARCHDEACONS. 
1842. JOHN WHITLEY STOKES, M.A. 

PREBENDARIES. 

1. MULLABRACK. 

1826. SAMUEL BLACKER, D.C.L. ; died, Jan. 3, 1849. 

1 849. LORD JOHN DE LA POER BERESFORD, M.A. ; collated 
March 9, 1849. By the death of his elder brother (March 29, 
1859), he became fourth Marquess of Waterford. He resigned 
this Prebend Nov. 1, 1859. 

1859. JOSIAH FRANCIS FLAVELL, M.A. ; Prebendary of Lough- 
gall, and formerly Treasurer ; collated, Dec. 7 ; installed, next 
day; died, at Mullabrack, April 28, 1877, and was buried in 
the churchyard of Armagh Cathedral. 

2. BALLYMORE. 

1803. THOMAS CARTER, M.A. ; became also, in 1813, Dean 
of Tuam. He died, Aug. 19, 1849, and was buried at Tand- 
ragee. 

1849. MORTIMER O SULLIVAN, D.D. ; Rector of Killyman ; 
formerly a Prebendary of St. Patrick s, Dublin ; collated, Nov. 
2; installed, Dec. 29; died, in Dublin, April 30, 1859, and 
was buried at Chapelizod, near Dublin. 

1859. AHTHUR MOLONY, M.A. ; Rector of Derryloran; col 
lated, June 4 j installed, July 12. 



PKEBENDAKIES. 89 

3. LOUGHGALL. 

1844. SAVAGE HALL, M.A. (second son of Savage Hall, of 
Narrowwater, Co. Down, Esq.); died, Dec. 28, 185.1, aged 52. 

1852. JOSIAH FRANCIS FLAVELL, M.A. ; Treasurer; collated, 
Feb. 11 ; installed, Feb. 17 ; resigned, in 185 9, for the Prebend 
of Mullabrack. 

1860. JONATHAN KOGERS CHOMLEY, M.A. ; Incumbent of 
Lisnadill ; collated, Jan. 12; installed, Jan. 19. 

4. TYNAN. 

1840. WILLIAM MACLEAN, M.A, ; a Vicar Choral; died, at 
Tynan Eectory, Sept. 20, 1865, and was buried in St. Mark s 
churchyard, at Armagh. 

1865. WILLIAM BEEVES, D.D. ; Sch., T.C.D. (1833) ; Vicar 
of Lusk ; Vicar Choral ; collated, Nov. 7 ; installed, Nov. 9. 

He has published 

Ecclesiastical Antiquities of Down, Connor, and Dromore ; con 
sisting of a Taxation of those Dioceses, compiled in the year 1806 ; 
with Notes and Illustrations. 4to. Dublin, 1847. 

Acts of Archbishop Colton, in his Metropolitan Visitation of the 
Diocese of Derry, A.D. 1397 ; with a Rental of the See Estates at 
that time. 4to. Dublin, 1850. 

The Life of St. Columba, Founder of Hy ; written by Adamnan, 
ninth Abbot of that monastery. To which are added copious Notes 
and Illustrations. 4to. Dublin, 1857. 

Issued also by the Bannatyne Club of Scotland. 4to. Edin., 1857. 

The Ancient Churches of Armagh. 8vo. Lusk, 1860. 

Saint Maelrubha : his History and Churches, 4to. 

(From the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 
vol. iii. p. 258.) Edin., 1861. 

Indexes to Archbishop Ussher s Works, being the 17th vol. of 
the Series. 8vo. Dublin, 1864. 

The Culdees of the British Islands, as they appear in History : 
with an Appendix of Evidences. 4to. 

(From the Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy. Section of 
Antiquities, vol. xxix.) Dublin, 1864. 



90 ARMAGH. 

Sermon on 2 Chron. vi. 41, preached at the Consecration of the 
Church of St. Patrick, Ardragh. 4to. London, 1869. 

The Book of Common Prayer, according to the Use of the Church 
of Ireland : its History and Sanction. 8vo. Dublin, 1871. 

Historical and Descriptive Memoir of St. Patrick s Bell. (From 
the Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy. Vol. xxvii.) 

Dublin, 1877. 

Contributions to the Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 
vols. v., vi., vii., viii. 

Contributions to the Ulster Journal of Archaeology, vols. i., ii., 
iii., vi., vii., viii. 

Contributions to the Journal of the Historical and Archaeological 
Society of Ireland, for 1869, p. 563 ; 1875, p. 341. 

Contributions to the Irish Ecclesiastical Journal, vol. v., pp. 76, 
91, 106, 123, 136, 152, 172, 183, 205, 220, 250, 264, 299; vol. vii. 
pp. 24, 45, 90, 107. 



VICARS CHORAL. 

[f Vicars Choral thus marked, held the office till the Disestablishment.] 

1829. REV. JOSIAH FRANCIS FLAVELL, M.A. ; resigned 
in 1851, on becoming Treasurer. 

1834. REV. RICHARD QUIN -, resigned, in 1850, on being 
collated to the Vicarage of Charlestown. 

1850. REV. JAMES HENRY MICHAEL STRANGWAYS, M.A. j ap 
pointed in April (v. Quin) ; resigned, July 23, on being collated 
to the Rectory of Baronstown. 

1851. REV. JAMES HOGAN, M.A. ; appointed, May 12 (v. 
Flavell) ; installed, May 25. At the same time he was made 
Librarian. He resigned, in 1862, on being collated to the Rec 
tory of Magherafelt. 

1862. REV. CHARLES HOBBES RICE, M.A. ; Fellow of St. 
John s College, Oxford ; appointed, April 21 (v. Hogan) } in 
stalled, April 23; resigned, Aug. 5, 1867, on presentation by 
his College to the Rectory of Cheam, in Surrey. 



VICARS CHORAL. 91 

1862. REV. WILLIAM REEVES. D.D.: Vicar of Lusk; ap 
pointed Vicar, April 29 ; installed, May 3 ; appointed 
Librarian, March 13, 1862. In 1862, Dr. Reeves was collated 
to the Prebend of Tynan (q.v.). He is the present Dean 
(1877). 

1867. fREv. SAVILE L ESTRANGE MALONE (now Mus. Bac.) ; 
appointed and installed Dec. 7 (v. Rice). 

1869. tRsv. CHARLES WILLIAM FLEURY, B.A. (afterwards 
M.A.); appointed, July 24 (v. Strangways). 



ORGANISTS. 
1822, ROBERT TURLE; died, at Salisbury, March 29, 1877. 



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CLOGHER. 



DEANS. 

1826. HON. ROBERT WILLIAM HENRY MAUDE, M.A. ; 
born, Aug. 21, 1784 ; died, at Eostrevor, Oct. 31, 1861. 

1862. OGLE WILLIAM MOORE, M.A. ; Dean of Cashel; 
patent, Jan. 21; instituted, Feb. 13; installed, Feb. 20; died, 
in London, in 1875. 



AECHDEACONS. 

1826. JOHN ABRAHAM RUSSELL, M.A. (son of Abraham 
Eussell, of Limerick, Esq.) ; born, 1792 ; ordained, 1815 ; died, 
suddenly, at Clontibret, April 29, 1865, in his 73rd year. 
To his works in vol. iii. add 

Thoughts on the State of the Established Church, and on the 
means by which its efficiency may be promoted. 8vo. Dublin, 1835. 
1865. JOHN CHARLES WOLFE, B.A. (afterwards presented by 
his brother clergy with the degree of D.D.) ; Eector of Ematris ; 
instituted, June 29 ; died, near Bundoran, Aug. 30, 1871, and 
was buried at Clontibret. 
He published 

An Ecclesiastical Primer of the Constitution and Offices of the 

United Church of England and Ireland. 12mo. Lublin, 1859. 

Third Edition, 1867. 

The Revelation of St. John the Divine, expounded on Futurist 

Principles. 8vo. Dublin, 1870. 

PE.ECENTOES. 

1825. HON. JOHN CHARLES MAUDE, M.A. ; born, Sep. 
16, 1792 ; died, at Monkstown, County Dublin, June 21, 1860. 

His parishioners erected a tablet to his memory, and also 
placed a clock in the tower of the Parish Church of Enniskillen 
as a memorial of him. 



PRECENTORS, ETC. 93 

1860. WILLIAM CONNER MAGEB, B.D. (afterwards D.D.) ; 
Sch., T.C.D. (1838); instituted, Nov. 28; resigned, on promo 
tion to the Deanery of Cork (q.v.). 

1864. SAMUEL GREEK, B.A. ; presented, June 4 ; instituted, 
June 15 ; installed, June 27. 



CHANCELLORS. 

1847. JOHN RICHARDSON, B.A. ; died, Oct. 6, 1866. 
1866. JOHN CROZIER HUDSON, B.A. ; collated, Dec. 11 ; in 
stalled, Dec. 26 ; died, May, 30, 1876, aged 56. 

PREBENDARIES. 

1. KILSKEERY. 

1813. JOHN GREY PORTER, B.C.L. (son of the Bishop of 
Clogher); died, at Tullamaine, Dublin, June 24, 1873, aged 85. 

He was also Registrar of the Diocese, and at one time held 
with Kilskeery, the Vicarago of Donaghmoyne. 

2. FINDONAGH, OR DONAGH OAVEA. 

1847. HENRY TOTTENHAM, B,A. ; died, Jan. 6, 1875, 
aged 60. 

3. TULLTCORBET. 

1832. JOHN HARE, M.A. ; died, at Dublin, Dec. 23, 1860. 

1861. ADDERLEY WILCOX CAMPBELL, M.A. ; collated, Feb. 
12; installed, April 7. 

4. TIGHALLON. 

1836. JOHN ROTHERAM TARLETON, M.A. ; a Vicar Choral 
of St. Patrick s, Dublin. 

5. DEVENISH. 

1830. LOFTUS GEORGE READE, *&.&.-, died, Aug. 14, 1872, 
and was buried at Devenish. 



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DIOCESE OF MEATH. 

BISHOPS. 

1842. EDWARD STOPFORD, D.C.L. ; died Sep. 17, 1850 ; 
and was buried at Ardbraccan. 

1850. THOMAS STEWART TOWNSEND, D.D. ; Dean of Water- 
ford ; appointed by patent dated October 25. He was consecrated 
at the Cathedral of Armagh on November 1, by the Primate, 
assisted by the Bishops of Derry and Tuam ; and was enthroned 
at Trim on November 13. He died in November, 1852. 

1852. JOSEPH HENDERSON SINGER, D.D. ; (son of James 
Singer, Esq., Deputy Commissary General to the Forces in Ire 
land ; born in 1786;) Archdeacon of Raphoe ; F.T.C.D., and 
Eegius Professor of Divinity ; appointed by patent, dated Nov. 
1 6. He was consecrated in the Chapel of Trinity College on Nov. 
28, by the Primate, assisted by the Bishops of Tuam and Killaloe. 
He died July 16, 1866, in his eighty-first year, and was buried in 
Mount Jerome Cemetery near Dublin. 

1866. SAMUEL BUTCHER, D.D. ; Sch. T.C.D. (1832); FeUow 
(1837) ; Professor of Ecclesiastical History (1850) ; Regius Pro 
fessor of Divinity (1852) ; (son of Vice- Admiral Samuel Butcher, 
and Elizabeth daughter of the late Richard Townsend Herbert, 
Esq., of Cahirnane, Co. Kerry, and grandson of Thomas Butcher, 
Esq., of Northampton; born in 1811). In 1854 he accepted 
the College living of Ballymoney, in the diocese of Cork. He 
was appointed by patent dated Aug. 21, and consecrated on Oct. 
14 in the Chapel of Trinity College by the Archbishop of 
Armagh, assisted by the Bishops of Cork and Limerick. He was 
enthroned at Trim on December 21, 1866, 



BISHOPS ARCHDEACON S. 95 

Bishop Butcher published 

1. On the Study of Ecclesiastical History; an Introductory 
Lecture. Dublin, 1850. 

2. A Sermon preached in the Chapel Royal, Dublin Castle, on 
Wednesday, April 26, 1854, being the Day appointed for General 
Humiliation and Prayer. Dublin, 1854. 

3. An Introductory Lecture delivered in the Divinity School of 
Trinity College. Dublin, 1855. 

4. The Present State of the Romish Controversy in Ireland, with 
a few Suggestions as to the mode of conducting it, and the incidental 
dangers to be guarded against. A Sermon. Dublin, 1855. 

5. The claims of the Additional Curates Fund Society. A Sermon. 

Dublin, 1856. 

6. The Conservative Character of the English Reformation, 
viewed in reference to the Present State of the Church. A Sermon, 
on the occasion of the Consecration of John Lord Bishop of Cork. 

1862. 

7. Memoir of the late Thomas M Neece, D-D., (prefixed to the 
edition of his sermons.) Dublin, 1863. 

8. A few Thoughts on the Supreme Authority of the Word of God. 

Dublin, 1864. 

9. Reunion with Rome, as advocated in the Eirenicon of Dr. 
Pusey. Two Sermons preached in the Chapel of Trinity College, 
Dublin ; with appendix and notes, pp. 108. Dublin, 1866. 

10. Review of Professor Tyndall s Speculations. A Charge. 1874. 

11. General Proof of Gauss s Rule for finding Easter Day. 1876. 

He died, July 29, 1876, and was buried at Ardbraccan. 



ARCHDEACONS. 

1844. EDWARD ADDERLY STOPFORD, M.A. In addition to 
the works given in vols. iii. and v., he published 

Correspondence with the National Board on the subject of the 
Trust Deed of the National Schools. 8vo. Dublin, 1844. 

A Letter to His Excellency William, Baron Heytesbury, Lord 
Lieutenant of Ireland, on the Answers made by the Commissioners 
of National Education in Ireland, in their Eleventh Report, to the 
statements contained in the Archdeacon s Report to the Bishop of 
Meah. 8vo. Dublin, 1845. 



96 MEATH. 

The Bread of Life : a Sermon, preached before the Irish Teachers 
of the Kingscourt district, in the Parish Church of Kingscourt, on 
All Saints Day, 1845 ; with an Appendix. 8vo. Dublin, 1846. 
The Rate-Screw for Ireland, considered in reference to the Public 
Works Act, the Relief Act, and the New Poor Law ; in a Letter to 
the Marquis of Lansdowne, President of the Council, &c. 8vo. 

Dublin, 1847. 

The Terms of Aid to Non-vested Schools, under the National 
Board ; in a Letter to the Clergy of the Diocese, &c. Dublin, 1847. 
The Rev. Dr. Marshall s Sermon, with Comments thereon. 

Kells, 1852. 

An Address to our Roman Catholic Parishioners. Kells. 

The Income and Requirements of the Irish Church ; being a 

Reply to Sergeant Shee on the Irish Church, its History and 

Statistics, &c. Second edition. 8vo. Dublin, 1854. 

The Talk of the Road. Parts I. and II. [Anon.] Sm. 8vo. 

Dublin, 1853-56. 

A Vindication of the Resignations of the Bishops of London and 

Durham from the Imputation of Simony. 8vo. London, 1856. 

A Letter to the Right Hon. Alexander MacDonnell, Resident 

Commissioner of National Education, in reply to " The Catholic Case 

Stated, &c." 8vo. Dublin, 1859. 

A Discourse Delivered in Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, Nov. 

27, 1858, before the Additional Curates Fund Society. 8vo. 

Dublin, 1859. 

A Hand-Book of Ecclesiastical Law and Duty, for the use of the 
Irish Clergy. Sm. 8vo. Dublin, 1861. 

A Letter to the Right Hon. James Whiteside, M.P., on Mr. 
Seymour s Amendment to Mr. Dilwyn s Motion (May 19, 1863), re 
specting the Church in Ireland. Sm. 8vo. London and Dublin, 1863. 
Church Reform in Ireland, as concerning the Laws for the Union 
and Division of Parishes. Sm. 8vo. Dublin, ] 863. 

A Brief Reply to the Second Edition of " The Irish Church ; its 
History and Statistics," by Mr. Sergeant Shee. Sm. Svo. Dublin, 

1864. 

Sermons on Topics of Lay Preaching ; I. Assurance of Salvation ; 

II. The Unity of the Church ; III. The Breaking of Bread. Sm. 

8vo. Dublin, 1865. 

The Altar which we have, considered in relation to the Sacrifice 

of Christian Worship. Dublin, 1866. 



ARCHDEACONS. 97 

Volunteer Barracks for Working Men. Dublin, 1866. 

Lord Dufferin and the Church in Ireland ; a Letter. 8vo. 

Dublin, 1867. 

The Unity of the Anglican Church, and the Succession of Irish 
Bishops : an Answer to the Rev. William Maziere Brady, D.D. 8vo. 

Dublin, 1867. 

Subjects for Thought concerning the Future of the Church in 
Ireland, and How to prepare for it. Dublin, 1868. 

The Vote of the Bishops, in reply to William Brooke, Q.C., Master 
in Chancery. 8vo. Dublin, 1869. 

Notes of Preparation for the General Convention of the Church 
of Ireland. 8vo. Dublin, 1870. 

A Letter to the Right Hon. Judge Warren on the Proposed Me 
morial to the General Convention of the Church of Ireland. Svo. 

Dublin, 1870. 

The Keystone of the Sacerdotal System ; or, the Real Presence 
of Christ in the Lord s Supper in the souls of the Faithful only, 
according to the Book of Common Prayer and English Divines. 

Dublin, 1871. 
Mr. Fawcett s Bill, and the Irish University Question. 

Dublin, 1873. 
[IRISH ECCLESIASTICAL GAZ., Nov. 24, 1876.] 

In 1871 the Degree of LL.D, (Honoris Causa) was conferred 
on him by the Board of Trinity College, Dublin. He resigned 
the Archdeaconry in January, 1872. 

He died, at Dublin, April 21, 1874, in his 65th year, and was 
buried at Ardbraccan. 



CLONMACNOISE. 

DEANS. 

1847. RICHARD BUTLER, B.A. 

Dean Butler was long and favourably known as a zealous and 
learned investigator of the antiquities of Ireland. He was the 
first who introduced a printer into the town of Trim, and the first 

H 



98 CLONMACNOISE. 

work, executed under his own supervision, was a small volume 
of poems collected from various authors, viz. : Bishop Ken, 
Milton, Pope, "Wordsworth, Cowper, Hemans, Scott, Keble, and 
others; printed at Trim, 1835; to this he added "Some 
notices of Trim Castle from various authorities." 12mo, Trim, 
1837; a second edition enlarged of the same, 1840; "Notices 
of St. Patrick s Church, Trim." 12mo, Trim, 1840. These works 
were not publicly sold, but given away to his private friends. 
He died at Trim, of which he had been Vicar for 43 years, on 
July 27, 1862, aged 69. A very interesting Memoir of him 
was printed, but not published, by his widow. 4to, 1863. 
1862. JOHN BROWNLOW, M.A., Eector of Ardbraccan. 



DIOCESES OF KILMORE AND AEDAGH. 



BISHOPS OF KILMOKE, ELPHIN, AND ARDAGH. 

1841. JOHN LESLIE, D.D. ; died at Kilmore, July 18, 
1854, aged 82. 

1854. MARCUS GERVAIS BERESFORD, D.D. ; (second son of 
George de la Poer Beresford, Bishop of Kilmore, born Feb. 14, 
1801); Archdeacon of Ardagh; Eector of Drung and Lara; 
patent dated Sep. 19 ; consecrated in the Cathedral of Armagh, 
Sep. 24, by the Primate, assisted by the Bishops of Down and 
Tuam ; enthroned at Kilmore, Oct. 8 ; at Ardagh October, 19 ; 
and at Elphin, Oct. 20. He was mainly instrumental in rebuild 
ing the Cathedral of Kilmore. 

In October, 1862, Bishop Beresford was advanced to the 
Primacy. 

1862. HAMILTON VERSCHOYLE, M.A. ; (afterwards D.D.) ; 
Sch. T.C.D. (1823) ; Dean of Ferns, and Chancellor of Christ 
Church, Dublin ; patent dated Oct. 24 ; consecrated, 26th Oct. 
at Kilmore by the Primate, assisted by the Bishops of Tuam 
and Derry. 

He was enthroned in the Cathedral of Elphin, Dec. 3, and in 
the Parish Church of Longford for the diocese of Ardagh, Dec. 7. 

He died Jan. 28, 1870, and was buried in the churchyard 
of Paigntown, near Torquay, Devon. 

1870. CHARLES LESLIE, M.A. (Oxon.); (eldest son of Bishop 
Leslie) ; Rector of Drung, and Vicar-General of Ardagh ; patent 
dated April 19 ; consecrated in St. Patrick s, Dublin, April 24, 
by the Primate, assisted by the Bishops of Meath and Down ; 



100 KILMORE. 

enthroned at Kilmore, May 26 ; at Elphin, June 17 ; at Long_ 
ford (for Ardagh), June 14. 

He was the first prelate appointed (by the Crown) after the 
Disestablishment Act. 

He died July 8, 1870. 

1870. THOMAS CARSON, LL.D. ; Dean of Kilmore; patent 
dated Sep. 16 ; consecrated at Armagh Oct. 2, by the Primate, 
assisted by the Bishops of Meath and Derry ; enthroned at Kil 
more Oct. 15 ; at Longford (for Ardagh), Oct. 1 1 ; and at Elphin, 
Nov. 7. 

He was born in 1805 ; died July 7, 1874, and was buried at 
Portrush, Co. Antrim. 



KILMOKE. 

DEANS. 

1825. HON. HE&RY VESEY FITZGERALD, M.A. In 1843 he 
succeeded to the title of Baron Fitzgerald and Vesey (which 
expired on his death). He died March 30, 1860, aged 74. 

1860. THOMAS CARSON, LL.D.; Vicar-general of Kilmore 
(1854) ; Vicar of Urney and Annagliff; patent dated April 16 ; 
instituted June 5. He was advanced to the bishopric Sep. 16, 
1870. 

No successor was presented before the Disestablishment. 



ARCHDEACONS. 

1810. ffoN: J^AMES AGAR, M.A. ; formerly a Prebendary 
of St. Patrick s, Dublin (vol. ii., p. 151) ; he was also Rector of 
Hollywood, Co. Dublin, and of Carrigallen in Leitrim, both of 
which he held till his death at Doneshall, Co. Wexford, Sep. 6, 



DEANS ARCHDEACONS. 1 1 

1866, at the age of 85. He was buried at Christ Church 
Cathedral, Dublin. 

1866. JOHN CHARLES MARTIN, D.D. ; Archdeacon of Ardagh ; 
collated Nov. 7. 



ARDAGH. 

DEANS. 

1829. RICHARD MURRAY, D.D. 

Add to his published works, as in vol. iii. 

Practical Remarks on the Book of Genesis. 8vo. 1827. 

He died at Exmouth, Devon, in July, 1854, aged 77. 

1854. HUGH USHER TIGHE, M.A. ; Dean of Leighlin ; 
patent dated Sep. 15, 1854 ; resigned in 1860 for the deanery of 
Derry. 

1860. AUGUSTUS WILLIAM WEST, M.A. ; Chancellor of 
Kildare ; a Minor Canon and Prebendary of St, Patrick s, 
Dublin; patent Aug. 23; instituted Oct. 10; installed next 
day. 

ARCHDEACONS. 

1839. MARCUS GERVAIS BERESFORD, D.D. ; was advanced 
in 1854 to the Bishopric of Kilmore, and, subsequently, in 1862, 
to the Primacy of All Ireland. 

1854. JOHN CHARLES MARTIN, D.D. ; Sch. T.C.D., (1814); 
Fellow (1821) ; Rector of Killeshandra ; patent dated Oct. 6 (sede 
vacante) ; resigned in 1866 for the Archdeaconry of Kilmore. 



102 ARDAGH. 

He has published 

Speech before the Brunswick Constitutional Club, showing the 
danger of the proposed Government Bill for removing the disabilities 
of the Roman Catholics. Dublin, 1828. 

Reform considered. Designed to show the danger of the proposed 
Reform Bill. Dublin, 1831. 

Defence of the Irish Clergy, and a View of their past and present 
duty with respect to the National System of Education in Ireland. 

Dublin, 1842. 

The Lord s Supper in its Scriptural and Sacerdotal Aspects. 

London, 1869. 

Also many small publications, to show the unfair method laid 
down by the Vicar-General of Armagh for charging vacating 
Incumbents of Ireland with dilapidations. 

1866. JOHN EICHARD DARLEY, M.A. (afterwards D.L.) ; 
Head Master of the Royal School of Dungannon (1831) ; Rector 
of Drumgoon in the Diocese of Kilmore (1850) ; collated, Nov. 
7 ; installed, Dec. 7. 

He was elected Bishop of Kilmore, &c., Sept. 23, 1874. 



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DIOCESES OF DOWN, CONNOR, AND 
DROMORE. 

BISHOPS. 
1849. ROBERT KNOX, D.D. ; 



DOWN. 

DEANS. 

1839. THEOPHILUS BLAKELEY, M.A. ; died at Dublin, Dec. 
1, 1855, aged 80, and was buried at Harold s Cross Cemetery. 

1856. THOMAS WOODWARD, M.A.; Sch., T.C.D.; (son of Rev. 
H. Woodward, Eector of Fethard, diocese of Cashel, and grand 
son of Dr. Woodward Bishop of Cloyne) ; Vicar of Mullingar ; 
patent dated Jan. 20 ; instituted March 11 ; installed March 15. 

A list of his works will be found in vol. v. 

Dean Woodward died, at London, Sept. 30, 1875, aged 61. 



NOTE. A History of the Deanery and Deans of Down under the signa 
ture Jg by John W. Hanna was published in the Downpatrick Recorder 
Newspaper about 1855. A complete set is in the possession of J. R. 
Garstin, F.S.A. In it will be found a memoir of Dean Woodward. 

ARCHDEACONS. 

1834. WALTER BISHOP MANT, M.A. Besides the works 
already noticed in vol. iii., he published a Memoir of Bishop 
Mant, with a History of the Diocese. 8vo., Dublin, 1857. 

He died at Hillsborough, April 6, 1869, aged 62, and was there 
buried. 

1869. JOHN GIBBS, M.A, Rector of Hillsborough; collated 
June 4 ; installed Juno 15. 



104 DOWN. 

CHANCELLORS. 
1843. JAMES LESLIE MONTGOMERY SCOTT, M.A. 

%. 

PRECENTORS. 
1841. HUGH SMITH GUMMING, M.A. ; died Dec. 30, 1858. 

1859. THOMAS DREW, D.D. ; Incumbent of Christ Church, 
Belfast ; collated Feb. 5 ; installed Feb. 8 ; died at Dublin, 
Oct 27, 1870 ; aged 70. 

TREASURERS. 

1823. GEORGE HENR Y M l Do WALL-JOHNS TON, M. A. ; died 
at Ballyharnage, Doagh, May 22, 1864. 

1864. CHARLES PARSONS REICHEL, D.D. ; collated, July 19 ; 
installed July 23. In the same year he became Vicar of Mullin- 
gar. He resigned Nov. 21, 1865. 

After the Disestablishment he became Archdeacon of Meath. 
Dr. Reichel has published 

God s Judgment on Nations and Individuals. Dublin, 1849. 

On the Nature and Office of the Church. London, 1856. 

Sermons on the Lord s Prayer. Cambridge, 1855. 

Lectures on the Prayer Book, delivered in Holywood Church. 

Dublin, 1857. 

" Shall we alter the Ordinal ?" On the subject of the Ordination 
of Priests in our Church. Dublin, 1872. 

Occasional Sermons : 

Thanksgiving Sermon on the Removal of Cholera. ib. 1849. 

The Spiritual Body a proof of the Resurrection. Preached 

before the University of Dublin. Dublin, 1853, 

The Spirit of the Baptismal Service. London, 1853. 

The Trinity and the Athanasian Creed. Two Sermons, ib. 1854. 

Sermon preached at the Bishop of Down s Ordination of Deacons 

in 1855. Dublin, 1855. 

The Christian Miracles, in Answer to Baden Powell s Essay in 

Essays and Reviews. Dublin, 1865. 

The Christian Duty with respect to Missions. ib. 1870. 

Baptism and Faith. ib. 1872. 



TREASURERS -PREBENDARIES. 105 

Anniversary Sermon of S.P.G. in St. Patrick s Cathedral, Dublin. 

Dublin, 1872. 

Doctrinal Revision. Preached at St. Patrick s. ib. 1872. 

Edifying Preaching what is it ? Dublin, 1873. 

The Necessary Limits of Christian Evidences. Preached at 
Belfast during the Meeting of the British Association. 2nd 
Edition. Belfast, 1874. 

Discourses preached in Norwich Cathedral during Lent, 1875. 

Dublin, 1876. 

Praise and Prayer. Preached in Chester Cathedral at the time 
of its Re-opening. Dublin, 1876. 

Special Providence and Prayer. Preached at Plymouth during 
the Church Congress. Dublin, 1876, 

The Nature and Origin of Episcopacy. Sermon at the Conse 
cration of Lord Plunket in Armagh Cathedral. Dublin, 1 876. 

Christian Thankfulness. Preached in Belfast. ib. 1875. 

Sermon preached at Dublin Choral Festival. ib. 1877. 

1866. JOHN HENRY FREKE, B.A. ; collated May 11 ; installed 
next day. 

1868. EDWARD BUSTEED MOERAN, D.D. ; collated Oct. 15. 
The present Dean (1877). 



PREBENDARIES. 

1. ST. ANDREWS. 

1845. DANIEL BELL, M.A, 

2. DUNSFORT. 

1846. FOLLIOT FORBES MAGRATH, M.A. ; died at Ardglass, 
June 29, 1861. 

1861. ANDREW CREERY, B.A. ; collated Oct. 11, installed 
Nov. 2 1 ; resigned for a Prebend of Connor. 

1864. RALPH PEACOCK, B.A.; collated Oct. 4; installed 
Xov. 12. 

1868. JOHN WILLIAMS, M.A,; collated June 6; installed 
June 22. 



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CONNOB. 

DEAL S. 

1839. JOHN CHAINE, M.A. ; resigned Aug. 17, 1855. 
1855. GEORGE BULL, M.A. Cam. (afterwards D.D.) ; patent 
dated Sept. 13 ; instituted Sep. 25 ; installed Sep. 27. 

ARCHDEACONS. 

1849. JAMES SMITH, M.A. ; patent, March 5 ; instituted, 
March 19 ; installed, April 30 ; died Feb. 26, 1865, at Green- 
island. 

1865. THOMAS HINCKS, M.A. ; collated, and installed, May 5. 

CHANCELLORS. 

1847. JOHN SAMUEL BEWLEY MONSELL, M.A.; (afterwards 
LL.D.) ; resigned in 1853, for the Vicarage of Egham near 
Windsor, by exchange with his successor. He was formerly 
Rector of Ramoan. He published " Parish Musings," " Spiritual 
Songs," and several tracts, and small poems, and songs connected 
with the war. 

1853. WILLIAM HENRY BIEDERMAN, B.A. ; collated April 26 ; 
installed May 25. 

PRECENTORS. 

1 847. JAMES RUSSELL PHILLOTT, M. A. ; died at his Rectory 
house Bally money, May 24, 1865. 

1865. THOMAS KNOX, M. A. (brother of the Bishop) ; collated 
and installed Aug. 9 ; died at Ballymoney, May 23, 1871. 

TREASURERS. 
1836. STEPHEN GWYNNB, B.A. 



PREBENDARIES. 107 

PREBENDARIES. 

1. KILROOT. 

1800. JOHN GWYNNE, B.A. ; died in Feb. 1852, aged 89, 
having held the Prebend more than 51 years. 

1852. JOHN GIBBS, M.A. ; collated June 7 ; installed June 13 ; 
resigned for Rectory of Dunluce in Feb. 1853. 

1853. CHARLES FALLOON, M.A.; collated March 26; installed 
March 25 ; (sic D.R.) 

2. RATHSARKAN. 

1800. WILLIAM DICKSON-, died Sep. 23, 1850, having held 
the Prebend for 50 years. 

1851. COLIN IEVERS, B.A. ; collated March 21 ; installed Aug. 
27 ; died April 16, 1864, aged 62. 

1864. ANDREW CREERY, B.A. ; a Prebendary of Down; collated 
Aug. 9 ; installed Dec. 21. 

3. CONNOR. 

1830. RICHARD JONES HOBSON, B.A. ; resigned in April 
1860. 

1860, FRANCIS DOBBS, M.A. ; collated July 1 ; installed 
Aug. 2. 

1867. WILLIAM JOHNSTON, B.A. ; collated March 16 ; installed 
May 1. 

4. OARNOASTLE. 

1802. STEPHEN DICKSON ; died May 30, 1849. 

(The appointment of Henry Murphy, given in Vol. 
III., was a mistake). 

1849. THOMAS P. HINCKS, M.A. (brother of Dr. E. Hincks, 
F.T.C.D., the eminent Orientalist) ; collated, Nov. 16 ; installed, 
Nov. 20. 

He has published 

Education in Ireland in the Nineteenth Century. A Letter to 
the Rev. J. F. Miller. 8vo. Dublin, 1850. 

1862. HARTLEY HODSON, B.A. ; collated, Nov. 6; installed, 
Jan. 21, 1863. 



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DKOMOKE. 

DEANS. 

1842. HOLT WARING, B.A. died at Waringstown, County- 
Down, Sept. 3, 1850, in his eighty-fifth year. 

1850. DANIEL BAGOT, B.D., Vicar of Newry ; patent dated 
Nov. 26; instituted, Dec. 16; installed, Jan. 4, 1851. 
He has published 

An Exposition of the Gospel of St. Matthew. Svo. Dublin, 1844. 

AECHDEACONS. 
1832. JAMES SAURIN, M.A. 

CHANCELLOES. 
1836. EDWARD RICHARDS, M.A. ; collated, May 16; 

installed, June 2. o 

PE^ECENTOBS. 

1806. BOUGHEY WILLIAM DOLLING, M.A. ; died, Jan. 18, 
1853, aged 70. 

1853. HENRY MURPHY, M.A. ; collated, Feb. 18 ; installed, 
March 1 ; resigned on being made Treasurer. 
1863. EDWARD PERRY BROOKE, M.A. ; collated, May 7; 

installed, May 25. o 

TEEASUEEES. 
1847. EDWARD KENT, M.A. ; died in London, Jan. 8, 1863. 

1863. HENRY MURPHY, M.A. ; Prsecentor ; collated, April I ; 
installed, April 9 ; resigned in Oct., 1864, for the Prebend of 
Dromara. 

1865. CHARLES BERESFORD KNOX, M.A. ; collated, Feb. 13; 

installed, Feb. 25. o 

PEEBENDAEIES. 

1. DROMARAGH. 

1811. HANNINGTON ELGEE BOYD, M.A. ; died in August, 
1864, aged 91, and was buried at Dromara. 

1864. HENRY MURPHY, M.A. ; Treasurer ; collated, Oct. 31 ; 
installed, Dec. 28. 



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DIOCESES OF DEKRY AND RAPHOE. 

BISHOPS. 

1831. HON. RICHARD PONSONBY,T>.~D. ; died Oct. 27, 1853. 

1853. WILLIAM HIGGIN, D.D., Bishop of Limerick; was 

translated to this Bishopric by patent dated Dec. 7, 1853. He 

was enthroned at Derry, Dec. 20. He died at the Palace, Derry, 

July 12, 1867. 

1867. WILLIAM ALEXANDER, D.D. (son of the Rev. Robert 
Alexander, Prebendary of Aghadowie, born in 1824, and nephew 
of Bishop Alexander of Meath) ; educated at Tonbridge school 
and Brasenose College, Oxford ; ordained in 1847 ; Rector of 
Camus-juxta-Morne, and Dean of Emly; patent dated Aug. 17, 
1867. He was consecrated, Oct. 6, at St. Patrick s Cathedral, 
Armagh, by the Primate, assisted by the Bishops of Meath and 
Limerick. He was enthroned at Derry, Oct. 11, and at Raphoe 
on Oct. 15. He has published 

The Divinity of our Lord. Oxford Theological Prize Essay. 

Oxford, 1850. 

Ode addressed to the Earl of Derby, Oxford, 1853. 

The Waters of Babylon. Sacred Prize Poem. Oxford, 1860. 

Modern Pantheism. London, 1862. 

Poems and Essays. London, 1867. 

Diocesan Synods. A Charge. Cambridge, 1869. 

Leading Ideas of the Gospel. London, 1872. 

St. Augustine s Confession. In the St. James s Lectures. 1875. 

Witness of the Psalms to Christ and Christianity. The Bampton 

Lectures. London, 1877. 

Commentary upon the Epistles of St. John in the Speaker s 

Commentary. N.D. 

Also the following Sermons : 

" Jerusalem which now is." London, 1868. 

" The Divine Death." London, 1871. 

" Praise is comely." York, 1875. 

Two Sermons on the occasion of the Consecration of St. Andrew s 
Cathedral, Inverness. London, 1875. 

" The Connection of the Church s Creed Worship and Work." 

London, 1877. 



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DEKEY. 

DEANS. 

1820. THOMAS BUNBURY GOUGH, M.A. (second son of 
George Gough, of Woodstown, Co. Limerick, Esq., and brother 
of the first Lord Gough). He died at the Deanery on the 8th 
of May, 1.860, in his eighty-fourth year. 

1860. HUGH USHER TIGHE, D.D., Dean of Ardagh, and a 
Prebendary of St. Patrick s, Dublin ; patent, July 13 ; installed, 
July 20; died at Newtownstewart, N.B., Aug. 11, 1874, aged 
seventy-two. 

AKCHDEACONS. 

1849. JOHN HAYDEN, M.A. ; died in March, 1855. 

1855. ARTHUR WILLIAM EDWARDS, M.A. ; a Vicar Choral and 
Prebendary of Limerick ; collated, May 1 ; installed, May 2. 
On September 10, 1860, he resigned, for the Eectory of Tamlaght- 
finlagan. In 1869 he was promoted to the Deanery of Cork. 

1860. CHARLES GALWEY, B.A. ; collated, Oct. 17; installed, 
Nov. 7. 

PKEBENDAEIES. 

1. COMBER. 

1847. THOMAS LINDESAY\ died 

1860. JAMES SMITH, M.A. ; collated, May 13; installed, 
June 6; died in 1869. 

1870. WILLIAM ANDERSON, M.A. ; collated, .Aug. 24 ; in 
stalled, Aug. 25. 

2. MOVILLE. 

1814. JOHN MOLESWORTH STAPLES, M.A. ; died in April, 
1858, after having held the Prebend for forty-four years. 

1858. WILLIAM MILLER MAJOR, B.A. ; collated, May 8 ; 
installed, June 14. 



DEANS, ETC. Ill 

3. AGHAD6WIE. 

1832. ROBERT ALEXANDER, B.A. (eldest son of Major-Gen. 
Alexander) ; resigned, Feb. 5, 1869. 
He published 

The Church Catechism, with Commentaries thereon. 

Coleraine, 1852. 

1869. ANDREW FERGUSON SMYLY, M.A. \ collated, March 8 ; 
installed, March 19. 



RAPHOE. 

DEANS. 
1832. EIGHT HON. LORD EDWARD CHICHESTER, D.D. 

AECHDEACONS. 

1846. MAURICE GEORGE FENWICK, M.A, ; resigned, March 
19, 1851. 

1851. JOSEPH HENDERSON SINGER, D.D. ; F.T.C.D. (1810) ; 
Kegius Professor of Divinity (1850); collated, April 21; installed, 
next day. In 1852 he was raised to the Bishopric of Meath. 

1852. FREDERICK FALKENER GOOLD, M.A. (son of Thomas 
Goold, Master in Chancery) ; Eector of Eaymochy ; presented 
by the Crown, sede vacante, by patent dated Dec. 1 3 ; installed, 
May 6, 1853. He died at Bath, Jan. 27, 1877, aged sixty-eight. 

PEEBENDAEIES. 

1. DROMHOLM. 

1847. JOHN KINCAID, M. A. 



112 RAPHOE. 

2. KILLYMARD. 

1847. CHARLES SEYMOUR, B.D. ; resigned. 

1853. WILLIAM HUGHES, B.A. ; collated, Jan. 10 ; installed, 

3. INVER. 

1648. HENRY CARRE, M.A. ; resigned, in 1869; died at 
Inver Glebe, March 31, 1870, aged 70. 

1869. FREDERICK CARRE, B.A. ; collated, July 10; installed, 
July 

4. CLONDEHORKA. 

1842. CHARLES FREDERICK STEWART, B.A. ; died, in 1868. 
1869. ALEXANDER GEORGE STUART, B.A. ; presented by the 
Provost and Board of T.C.D., Jan. 2 ; collated, Jan. 8. 



( 113 ) 

DIOCESES OF TUAM, KILLALA & ACHONRY. 

BISHOPS. 

1839. THE HON. THOMAS PLUNKET, M.A. On the death 
of his father, Jan. 5, 1854, he became second Baron Plunket 
(Unit. Kgd.) He died at Tourmakeady, Oct. 19, 1866, aged 74. 

1866-7. THE HON. CHARLES BRODRICK BERNARD, D.D. ; Pre 
bendary of Kilbrogan, Cork ; succeeded by patent, dated Nov. 
30, 1866. He was consecrated, Jan. 30, at Armagh, by the 
Primate, assisted by the Bishops of Cork and Kilmore ; and 
was enthroned at Tuam, on Jan. 18, and at Killala, Feb. 14. 



TUAM. 

DEANS. 

1813. THOMAS CARTER, M.A. ; died, August 19, 1849. 

The revenues were transferred to the Ecclesiastical Commis 
sioners by an order in Council, dated March 7, 1850. 

1850. HON. EGBERT PLUNKET, M.A. ; Archdeacon of Killala 
(brother of the then Bishop) ; patent dated May 1 1 ; instituted, 
July 5 ; installed, July 13. He died at Monkstown, May 12, 
1867. 

1867. CHARLES HENRY SEYMOUR, M.A. ; Provost of Tuam; 
succeeded by patent dated June 14 ; installed, July 8. 

PEOVOSTS. 

1844. JOHN GALBRAITH, M.A. ; died Sept. 18, 1850 ; and 
was buried at Tuam. 

1850. CHARLES HENRY SEYMOUR, M.A. ; collated, Dec. 4 ; 
installed, Dec. 26. He resigned, on promotion to the Deanery, 
July 8, 1867. 

I 



114 TUAM. 

1867. WILLIAM LE POER TRENCH; Prebendary ofKillabegs ; 
collated and installed, July 13. He died, July 11, 1868. 

1869. GEORGE EGBERT GILDEA, MA. ; Eector of Moylough ; 
collated, May 26 ; installed, same day. 

ARCHDEACONS. 

1806. CHARLES WARBURTON, M.A. ; became also Chan 
cellor of Limerick in 1813. He died, Dec. 14, 1855, aged 75. 

1856. JOHN GATHER, M.A. ; Prebendary of Killabegs ; In 
cumbent of Westport ; collated, March 28. (D.R.) 

PREBENDARIES. 

1. KILMAINMORE. 

1813. FRANCIS LAMBERT, B.A. ; (afterwards Ruttledge) ; 
died 1854. 

1854. GEORGE ROBERT GILDEA, M.A. ; collated, Nov. 8; 
installed, Dec. 13. He resigned, on being made Rector of Moy 
lough, Nov. 14, 1868. He afterwards became Provost. 

1868. JAMES MECREDY, D.D. ; Prebendary of Killabegs: 
collated, Dec. 28 ; installed, March 6, 1869. 

2. BALLA. 

1844. JAMES HAMILTON, M.A. ; died in 1854. 

1855. ROBERT W. MAXWELL, M.A. ; collated, Feb. 20 ; in 
stalled, Jan. 24, 1857. (There is probably some error in the 
certificate of installation as to date ; a marginal note in the 
Register runs " Regd. 20 April, 1856.") 

3. KILLABEGS. 

1848. JOHN GATHER, B.A. ; (M.A. 1852). He resigned, 
on promotion to the Archdeaconry, March 22, 1856. 

1857. WILLIAM LE POER TRENCH, D.D. ; Rector of Moylough ; 
(born Feb. 2, 1801, being eldest son of Admiral Sir William 
Trench, brother of Archbishop Trench) ; collated, and installed, 
Jan. 2. He resigned in 1867 for the Provostship. 



PREBENDARIES. 115 

1868. JAMES MECREDY, D.D. ; collated, Feb. 27; resigned 
for the Prebend of Kilmainmore. (This collation is not in the 
Diocesan Register; the authority is the "Return of Promo 
tions," and the recital in the next collation that the prebend 
was then vacant by the resignation of the Rev. James Mecredy). 

1869. JAMES O SULLIVAN. M.A. ; collated, May 26. 

4. KILMOYLAN. 

1818. MARCUS ARMSTRONG, M.A. He died Nov. 28, 1850. 
At his death the appointment was suspended by the Privy 
Council, by Order, dated May 22, 1851. 

1867. WILLIAM C. M CAUSLAXD, B.A. ; Incumbent of Kil- 
moylan ; collated, May 16 ; installed, July 19. 

5. TAGHSAXON. 

1847. MARK PERRIN, M.A. ; died at Blackrock, Mar. 26, 
1877, aged 84. He had been for 35 years Rector of Athenry. 

6. FALDOWN. 

1847. CHARLES H. SEYMOUR, B.A. He resigned, on pro 
motion to the Provostship, Dec. 1850. 

1850. EDWARD N ANGLE, B.A. ; collated, Dec. 4 ; installed, 
Aug. 10, 1851; resigned in 1852. He established, and for 
many years conducted, "The Achill Missionary Herald." His 
latest work is " A Short Explanation of the Book of Revelations." 
8vo, 1859. 

1852. JOSEPH BARKER, B.A. : ordained, in 1850 ; collated, 
July 16 ; installed, Nov. 18. 

7. KILLMEEN. 

1804. THE HON. MAURICE MAHON,^[.A. (Lord Hartland). 
In 1804 he was appointed a Minor Canon and a Vicar Choral 
of St. Patrick s, Dublin. He died Nov. 11, 1845, when the 
title became extinct. The appointment was suspended by Order 
in Council, March 9, 1846. 



116 TUAM KILLALA. 

1867. BENJAMIN J. CLARKE, M.A. ; collated, May 16; in 
stalled, July 13. 

8. LAOCA. 

1830. WILLIAM LE POER TRENCH, M.A. ; died on May 11, 
1854. 

The appointment was suspended by an Order in Council, 
dated Nov. 13, 1854, describing the Prebend as vacant, but as 
Mr. Ashe had been previously collated this Order went for 
nothing. After Mr. Ashe s resignation, the Prebend was sus 
pended, by Order, June 8, 1867. There is no record of its 
removal (Council Books). 

1854. WELDON ASHE, M.A. ; collated, Aug. 4 ; installed, 
same day; resigned in 1867. He died in 1874, at Enniscrone. 

1869. JOHN LEES, M.A. ; collated, and installed, May 26. 

VICAES CHORAL. 

1830. JOHN GALBRAITH, M.A. ; appointed Provost in 1844; 
died, Sept. 18, 1850. 

The revenue of the Vicars Choral were transferred to the 
Ecclesiastical Commissioners by Order in Council, Mar. 7, 1850. 
No subsequent appointment was made. 

KILLALA. 

DEANS. 

1844. JAMES COLLINS, D.D. Besides the works mentioned 
in volume IV., he has published 

A Visitation Sermon, preached at Killala in September, 1854. 
8vo. Dublin, 1855. 

1870. Vacant Dec. 31. 

PRECENTORS. 

(ELECTED). 

1845. SAMUEL STOCK, M.A. ; died June 26, 1866. 
1870. Vacant Dec. 31. 



ARCHDEACONS -PREBEND ARIES. 

ARCHDEACONS. 

1847. HON. ROBERT PLUNKET, M.A. ; resigned, on being 
made Dean of Tuam, in 1 850. 

1850. HENRY EDWARD JOLY, M.D. ; Chancellor of Kildare ; 
collated, ; died June 22, 1852. 

1852. WILLIAM LEAHY, M.A. ; collated, Aug. 21 [B.P.] ; 
died, May 21, 1857. 

1858. WILLIAM JACKSON, M.A. ; Rector of Templemore, 
Achonry ; collated, April 8 [B.P.] 

PREBENDARIES. 

1. KILLANLY. 

1804. JAMES BURROWES, B.A. ; resigned in 1849. 

1849. SAMUEL STOCK, M.A. ; Praecentor and Rector oi 
Castleconnor ; (grandson of Dr. Stock, formerly Bishop of 
Killala) ; collated, Nov. 22 [B.P.] ; died at KiUanly, June 26, 
1866, aged 62. 

1866. WILLIAM JACKSON, M.A. ; Archdeacon; collated, 

Oct. 5 [B.P.] 

2. ERREW. 

1835. RICHARD ST. GEORGE, M.A. ; died Aug. 8, 1877, 

at Rosslare, aged 93. 

3. ARDAGH. 

1806. JOHN GARRETT, B.A. ; died March 17, 1855, aged 
78. On his death the appointment was suspended, Dec. 10, 1855. 

1867. WELDON ASHE, M.A. ; a Prebendary of Tuam ; elected, 
Sept, 3 [B.P.] ; died, June 11, 1874. 

4. LACKAN. 

1832. GEORGE BERMINGHAM, B.A. ; died Feb. 17, 1863. 
1863. GEORGE GARRETT, B.A. ; elected, July 4 [B.P.] 

5. ROSSERKBEG. 

1812. JOSEPH VERSCHOYLE, Sen., B.A. ; died, Jan. 30, 
1862, aged 78. 

1867. JAMES THOMAS FOWLER, M.A. ; elected, Sept. 3 [B.P.] 



ACHONRY. 

DEANS, 

1839. EDWARD NEWENHAM HOARE, B.A. ; resigned, for 
the Deanery of Waterford, in Oct., 1850. For a list of his 
works, see pp. 9, 10, of this Supplement. 

1850. EIGHT HON. HERVEY DE MONTMORENCY, LL.D. ; Dean 
of Cloyne; fourth Viscount Mountmorres; born, Aug. 20, 
1790; patent, Dec. 17; instituted, Jan. 8, 1851 [B.P.] ; 
died, Jan. 23, 1872. 

PE^ECENTOES OR PEOVOSTS. 

1818. JOSEPH VERSCHOYLE, Jun., M.A. ; Prebendary of 
Ballysadare ; died, Jan., 1867. 

At his death the appointment was suspended. 
1870. Vacant Dec. 31. 

AECHDEACONS. 

1813. JOSEPH VERSCHOYLE, Sen., M.A. ; a Prebendary of 
Killala ; died at Eathbarron Glebe, Jan. 30, 1862, aged 82. 

1862. HAMILTON TOWNSEND, B.A.; presented Feb. 4; collated, 
March 28 [B.P.] ; installed in April. 

PEEBEISTDAEIES. 

1. KILLARAGHT. 

1836. EDWARD POWELL, M.A. ; died in June, 1876. 

2. BALLYSADARE. 

1838. WILL i AM NEWTON GUINNESS, M.A. ; (nephew of 

Arthur Guinness, of Beaumont, Co. Dublin, Esq.); resigned, 1858. 

1 858. WILLIAM CHAMBERS TOWNSEND, B.A. ; collated, Jan. 27. 

3. KILMOVEE. 

1811. JOSEPH SEYMOUR, B.A. ; resigned in 1855. 

1855. ANTHONY THOMAS, M.A. ; collated, March 5 [B.P.] ; 
died in 1867. 

1867. JAMES LITTLE; collated, July 24 [B.P.] ; installed, 
Aug. 30. 



DIOCESE OF ELPHIN. 

[For BISHOPS see KILMORE.] 

DEANS. 

1848. WILLIAM WARBURTON, M.A. ; (afterwards D.D.) 
Dean Warburton has published 

Parental Authority Vindicated, &c. 8vo. 1850. 

The Results of the Opposition to the National Education System. 

8vo. Dublin, 1859. 

PRECENTORS. 

1848. FREDERICK HAMILTON, M.A.; installed, June 7, 1848. 

ARCHDEACONS. 

1848. HENRY IRWIN, B.A. ; (afterwards B.D.) 

PREBENDARIES. 

1. KILGOGHLIN. 

1827. GEORGE I^ERNON, M.A. ; died 

[ELECTED.] 
1870. JOSEPH MORTON, M.A. ; installed, Oct. 31. 

2. BALLINTUBBER. 

1845. JOHN ORSON OLDFIELD, B.A. 

1862. GEORGE GRIFFITH, M.A. ; Prebendary of Tirbrien ; 
collated, ; installed, July 16 ; died at Castlerea, Sept. 

19, 1876. 

3. TIRBRIEN. 

1813. SAMUEL ADAMS, B.A. ; afterwards Dean of Cashel ; 
died Dec. 8, Itt5t>. 



120 ELPHIK 

1858. GEOKGE GRIFFITH, M. A. ; Rector of Ardcane ; installed, 
Feb. 24 ; resigned in 1861 for the Prebend of Ballintubber. 
1861. ANDREW EOBINSON, M.A. ; installed, July 16. 

4. KILMAOALLAN. 

[ELECTED.] 

1841. ROBERT CADGE, M.A. ; resigned in 1853. 
1853. GRAHAM PHILIP CROZIER, M.A. ; elected, Jan. 29; 
died Oct. 27, 1872, at Blackrock, aged 71. 

5. KILCOOLE. 

[ELECTED.] 

1847, JOHN MULOCK MAGUIRE, B.A. ; resigned for the 
living of Kilkeedy, in the diocese of Limerick ; died at Vermont, 
Clarina, Aug. 15, 1876. 

1867. JOHN ACHESON, B.A. ; installed, May 27. 

6. TIGHBOHINE. 

1819. WILLIAM FRENCH, Jun., M.A. ; died at Frenchpark, 
Feb. 5, 1863. 

1863. HENRY JOHNSTON, M.A.; collated, April 28 [B.P.] ; 
installed, June 28 (Chap. Book); resigned, Nov. 27, 1866, for 
the living of Boyle. 

1867. A. HYDE, Jun., B.A. ; collated, April 17 [B.P.] 

7. ORAN. 

1832. JOHN MOLLOY, B.A. ; resigned in 1851 for the 
Rectory of Castleblakeney. 

1851. RICHARD HUGH Low, B.A. ; collated, Oct. 20 [B.P.] ; 
installed, June 21, 1852 (Chap. Book). 

1853. JAMES HUNT, B.A.; collated in July [B.P.]; installed, 
Oct. 10 (Chap. Book). 

8. TERMONBARRY. 

1841. FRANCIS IRWIN, M.A. ; resigned for the living of 
Dunamon. 

1866. JOHN STUART GUMLEY, B.A. ; collated, April 4 [B.P.] ; 
installed in July. 



( 121 ) 

DIOCESES OF CLONFEKT AND KILMAC- 
DUAGH. 

[For BISHOPS see KILLALOE.J 
CLONFERT. 

DEANS. 

1850. ROBERT MITCHELL KENNEDY, M.A. ; died, July 21, 
1864, at Mountrath. 

1865. CHARLES GRAVES, D.D., Sch. T.C.D. (1832) ; Fellow 
(1836); patent dated Oct. 25; instituted, May 3, 1866; in 
stalled, May 6. In 1866 he was raised to the Bishopric of 
Limerick (q.v.) 

1866. JAMES BTRNE, M.A., Sch. T.C.D. (1837); Fellow 
(1848); Rector of Cappagh ; patent, June 25; instituted, 
July 13 ; installed, next day. 

He has published 

Lectures on Spiritualism and Modern Infidelity. Donnellan 
Lectures. Dublin, 1854. 

ARCHDEACONS. 

1845. JOHN ARMSTRONG, M.A. ; resigned, Aug. 31, 1855. 
In 1847 he became also Dean of Kilfenora. q.v. p. 47. 

1855. CHRISTOPHER HENRY GOULD BUTSON, M.A. (son of 
Archdeacon J. S. Butson) ; Rector of Clonfert ; collated and 
installed, Oct. 17. 

SACRISTS. 

1813. THOMAS PUREFOY, B.A ; died in May, 1837. On 
his death the appointment was suspended, by Order, June 24, 
1837. 



122 CLOKFERT. 

[ELECTED.] 

1863. ADOLPHUS THEOPHILUS DROUGHT, M.A., Rector of 
Clontuskart ; elected, Oct. 13 ; resigned, in 18 , for the Prebend 
of Killaspicmoylan. 

No one was elected in Mr. Drought s place before the Dis 
establishment. 



PREBENDARIES. 

1. KILCONNELL. 

1843. ROBERT COLLIS, M.A. ; died, May 6, 1863. 

[ELECTED.] 

1863. JOHN COTTON WALKER, M.A., Rector of Creagh ; 
elected, Oct. 13. He died in 1877. 

2. KILQUAINE. 

1834. JOHN BRUNSKILL, B.A. (afterwards M.A.); died in 
1867. 

The appointment was suspended by Order, July 17, 1866 
(Council Books). 

[ELECTED.] 

1867. THOMAS HENRY CROSS, B.A., Prebendary of Bally- 
noulter, Rector of Eyrecourt, now Vicar of St. Andrew s, South- 
port, Lancashire. 

3. KILLASPICMOYLAN. 

1835. RICHARD H. DIGBY-, died in 1837. On his death 
the appointment was suspended, by Order, Deo. 22, 1837. 

[ELECTED.] 

1863. CHARLES J. ROBINSON ; elected, Oct. 13 ; died, 
18 . ADOLPHUS THEOPHILUS DROUGHT, M.A., Sacrist. 



PEEBEND ARIES DEANS. 123 

4. FENORE. 

1831. EDWARD HARTIGAN, M.A. ; died in July, 1850. On 
his death the appointment was suspended, by Order, Aug. 22, 
1850, but suspension was removed, Dec. 22, 1850 (Council 
Books). 

[ELECTED.] 

1863. EICHARD BOOTH EYRE, B.A. ; elected, Oct. 13. 

5. BALLTNULTER. 

1816. HON. CHARLES L E POER TRENCH, LL.D. ; died in 
1839. On his death the appointment was suspended, Dec. 27, 
1839. 

[ELECTED.] 

1863. THOMAS HENRY CROSS, B.A. ; elected, Oct. 13 ; re 
signed, in 1867, for the Prebend of Killaspicmoylan. 

1867. THOMAS MITCHELL GROOME, Eector of Kiltormer ; died 
in July, 1877. 

6. ANNACALLA. 

1848. HENRY GABBETT WHITE, M.A. 

7. DROGHTA. 

1834. JOHN DELMEGE, M.A. 

8. KILTESHILL. 

1804. ALEXANDER MACAULEY, B.A., Treasurer of Kilmac- 
duagh. On his death in 1855, the appointment was suspended, 
by Order, June 20, 1855, but the suspension was removed by 
Order, Dec, 10, in same year (Council Books). 

1863. JOHN FIBNNES TWISTLETON CRAMPTON, B.A., Eector 
of Aughrim; elected, Oct. 13. 



( 124 ) 

KILMACDUAGH. 

DEANS. 

1849. JOSEPH ALDRICH BERMINGHAM, M.A. ; died at 
Gort, May 19, 1874. 

AECHDEACONS. 

1830. THOMAS PERCEVAL MAGEE, B.A. ; a Prebendary of 
St. Patrick s, Dublin ; died, Dec. 16, 1854. 

1855. HON. WILLIAM O GRADY, M.A. (son of the first Vis 
count Guillamore), Eector of Killinane ; collated March 27 
[B.P.] ; died in July, 1859, aged fifty-three. 

1859. WILLIAM EOE, M.A., Eector of Eoscrea, and Vicar- 
General of Clonfert; collated, Sept. 22 [B.P.] 

TEEASUEEES. 

1804. ALEXANDER MACAULEY, B.A., a Prebendary of CJon- 
fert ; died 1855. On his death the appointment was suspended, 
by Order, April 24, 1855, but the suspension was removed the 
next month, by Order, May 16 (Council Books). 

[ELECTED.] 
1863. CHARLES EDWARD MILLS, M.A. ; elected in May. 

PRECENTORS. 

1833. CHARLES SMITH, M.A.; died, Aug. 5, 1842. On his 
death the appointment was suspended, and the revenues applied 
to the Deanery. 

[ELECTED.] 

1863. EDWARD EUSH, B.A. ; elected in May. 



PROVOSTS PREBENDARIES. 125 

PROVOSTS. 

1849. JAMES FLEMING MORAN, M.A. ; in 1850 he became 
Prebendary of Kinvarra. 



PREBEND ARIES. 

1. ISLAND EDDY. 

1834. JOHN DELMEGE M.A. ; a Prebendary of Clonfert. 

2. KINVARRA. 

1816. EDWARD HARTIGAN, M.A. ; in 1825 he became a 
Prebendary of Clonfert; died in July, 1850. 

1850. JAMES FLEMING MORAN, M.A. ; Provost; Rector of 

Kilcolgan ; 

1863. JOHN JACKSON, B. A. ; Perpetual Curate of New Quay, 

in the Diocese of Kilfenora. 

3. KILCHREEST 

(an ancient Prebend revived.) 
1675. WILLIAM GLENNE, M.A. 

[ELECTED.] 

1863. FRANCIS HASSARD BURKITT, M.A., Rector of Killinane; 
elected in May. 



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INDEX 



The names of Archbishops and Bishops are printed in ROMAN 
CAPITALS. 

The Prebends are given in SMALL CAPITALS, and have the name of the 
Diocese or Chapter annexed, in each case in italics. 

The first Christian name of each dignitary only is given, except when 
a second is useful for the purpose of identification. 



A. 

Abbott, Edward, 53, 54. 
Abeltshauser, Ignatius, 59. 
Acheson, John, 120. 
ACHONRY, Diocese of, 118. 
Adams, Samuel, 1, 119. 
Agar, Hon. James, 100. 
AGHADOE, Diocese of, 41. 
AGHADOWIE, Derry, 111. 
AGHOLD, Leighlin, 85. 
AGHOURE, Ossory, 78. 
AGHULTIE, Cloyne, 26. 
Alcock, John, 11 (Ms). 
Alcorn, John, 4. 
Aldworth, John, 28. 
Alexander, Robert, 111. 
ALEXANDER, Wm., 7, 109. 
Allott, Richard, 87. 
Anderson, William, 110. 
Andrews, "William, 80. 
ANNACALLA, Clonfert, 123. 
Apjohn, Michael, 7. 
Archer, William, 37. 
A BDAGH, Diocese of, Ml. 

Killalla, 117. 

AHDCANNY, Limerick, 37. 



ARDFERT, Diocese of, 39. 
ARMAGH, Diocese of. 
Armstrong, Alfred, 8. 

James, 82. 

John, 47, 121. 

Marcus, 115. 

Ashe, Weldon, 116, 117. 
ATHNETT, Limerick, 37. 
Atkins, William, 81. 
Atkinson, Charles, 88. 

Hans, 82, 85. 

Thomas, 5, 8. 

Aylmer, William, 74. 
Ayres, George, 61. 
B. 

Bagot, Daniel, 108. 
Bain, John, 16. 
Baker, Hugh, 6. 
BALLA, Tuam, 114. 
BALLINTUBBER, Elphin, 119. 
BALLYBROOD, Emly, 8. 
BALLYCAHANE, Limerick, 36. 
BALLYHAY, Cloyne, 28. 
BALLYMORE, Armagh, 88. 
BALLYNULTER, Clonfert, 123. 
BALLYSADARE, Achonry, 118. 
K. 



130 



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BALLYSONAN, Kildare, 74. 
Banner, Benjamin, 2, 7. 
Barber, William, 83. 
Barker, Joseph, 115. 
Barlow, William, 88. 
Barton, Richard, 51, 54. 
Beamish, Adam, 25. 

George, 32. 

Beere, Gerald, 36. 
Belcher, Andrew, 45. 
Bell, Robert 11 (bis), 13. 

Daniel, 105. 

Bennett, John, 24. 
Beresford, Hon. John, 15. 

Lord Jno. De La Poer, 88. 

Hon. John Horsley, 15. 

BERESFORD,LordJohnGeo.,86. 

BERESFORD, Marcus Gervais, 
88, 99, 101. 

Beresford, Wm. De La Poer, 26. 

Bermingham, George, 117- 

Joseph, 124. 

BERNARD, Hon. Chas. Brodrick, 
20, 113. 

Bernard, Joshua, 63. 

Hon. Richard, 84. 

Be van, Humphrey, 65. 
Biederman, William, 106. 
Blacker, George, 62. 

Samuel, 88. 

BLAOKRATH, Ossory, 78. 
Blakeley, Theophilus, 103. 
Bland, Nathaniel, 41. 
Bolster, John, 21. 

Robert, 28. 

Booker, John, 81. 
Bourne, William, 73. 
Bourchier, James, 37. 
Boyd, Hannington, 108. 
Brady, Francis, 13- 



Brady, Thomas, 45. 
Brandon, William, 82, 83, 85. 
Bredin, James, 84. 

Andrew, 62. 

Brew, Richard, 46. 
Brien, Edward, 7, 10. 
BRIGOWN, Cloyne, 27. 
Brooke, Edward, 108. 
Browne, Denis, 7. 
Hawtrey, 83. 

Henry Grove, 16. 

Hon. Henry Montague, 13. 

John, 71. 

John James, 80. 

Brownlow, John, 98. 
Brownrigg, David, 83. 

Henry, 60, 61. 

Robert, 83. 

Brunskill, John, 122. 
Buggine, Simeon, 65. 
Bull, George, 106. 
Burkitt, Francis, 125. 
Burroughes, Wolfenden, 85. 
Burro wes, George, 31. 

James, 117. 

Burton, James, 32. 
Bury, Robert, 28. 
Bushe, Charles, 78, 79. 
Busteed, John, 21. 
BUTCHER, Samuel, 94. 

Butler, Hans, 16. 

. Richard, 97. 

Butson, Christopher, 121. 

Byrne, James, 121. 
C. 

Cadge, Robert, 120. 

CAHIRLAG, Cork, 21. 

CAHIRULTAN, Cloyne, 27. 

Campbell, Adderley, 93. 

Campion, Melianus, 21. 



INDEX. 



131 



Carey, Robert, 14. 
CARNOASTLE, Connor, 107. 
Carr, James, 13. 
Carre, Frederick, 112. 
- Henry, 112. 
Carson, James, 15. 
CARSON, Thomas, 100 (bis). 
Carter, Thomas, 88, 113. 
CASHEL, Diocese of, 1, 
CASTLEKNOOK, S. Patrick s, Dublin, 

61. 

CASTROPETRI, Kildare, 74. 
Gather, John, 114 (bis). 
Caulfield, Hans, 79. 
Chaine, John, 106. 
Chester. Richard, 28. 

- William, 45. 
Chichester, Lord Edward, 111. 
-- William, 52, 64. 
Chomley, Jonathan, 89. 
CHRIST CHURCH, Dublin, 51. 
CHRIST S CHURCH, Cork, 21. 
Clarke, Benjamin, 116. 

- Richard, 74. 
CLASHMORE, Lismore, 16. 
CLOGHER, Diocese of, 92. 
CLONAMERY, Ossory, 80. 
CLONDAGAD, Killaloe, 46. 
CLONDEHORKA, JRaphoe, 112. 
CLONE, Ferns, 83. 
CLONFERT, Diocese of, 121. 
CLONMACNOISE, 97. 



Close, Thomas, 6. 
CLOTNE, Diocese of, 24. 
Coghlan, Charles, 31. 
Collins, James, 116. 
-- William, 22. 
Collis, Maurice, 29. 
- Robert, 122. 



COMBER, Derry, 110. 
CONNOR, Connor, 107. 
CONNOR, Diocese of, 106. 
Connor, Francis, 26. 

Mountifort, 23. 

Conolly, John, 19, 21. 
Conry, Charles, 39. 
Constable, Henry, 23. 
COOLE, Cloyne, 28. 
COOLESTUFPE, Ferns, 82. 
Cooliney, Cloyne, 29. 
CORK, Diocese of , 17. 
Corvan, John, 82. 
Cotter, George, 25. 

Joseph, 25. 

Cotton, Henry, 3, 52. 
Cox, William, 71, 73. 
Crampton, John, 123. 
Creery, Andrew, 105, 107. 
CROAGH, Limerick, 37. 
CROGHANE, Cashel, 4. 
Cross, Thomas, 122, 123. 
CROSSPATRIOK, Ferns, 83. 
Crosthwaite, Charles, 72, 73. 

William, 23. 

Crozier, Graham, 120. 

CULLEN, S. Patrick s, Dublin, 59. 

Gumming, Hugh, 104. 

CURROGRANEMORE, RoSS, 31. 

D. 

DALY, Robert, 1. 
Darby, Christopher, 76. 
DARLEY, John, 102. 
Dawson, Thomas, 80. 
Day, John, 39. 
DAY, Maurice, 34. 
De Burgh, Maurice, 36, 71. 

Walter, 61. 

De Butts, George, 54, 64. 
De Courcy, Michael, 3 



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INDEX. 



Delmege, John, 123, 125. [118. 
De Montmorency, Hon.Hervey, 24, 

Walter, 80. 

Denny, Anthony, 41. 
DERRY, Diocese of, 109. 
DESERTMORE, Cork, 22. 
Despard, James, 64. 
DEVENISH, Clogher, 93. 
Deverell, Richard, 79. 
Devereux, Nicholas, 83. 
Dickinson, Hercules, 57. 
Dickson, Stephen, 107. 

William, 107. 

Digby, Richard H., 122. 
DISERT, Lismore, 14. 
Disert, Limerick, 37. 
Disney, Brabazon, 7, 87. 
Dobbin, Samuel, 54, 67. 
Dobbs, Francis, 107. 
DOLLARDSTOWN, Emly, 8. 
Dolling, Boughey, 108. 
DONADEA, Kildare, 74. 
DONOGHMORE, Dublin, 63. 

Limerick, 35. 

Lismore, 14. 

Moss, 32. 

DONOUGHMORE, Oloyne, 25. 
Donovan, Charles, 28. 
Donovan, Solomon, 38 . 
DOON, Emly, 8. 
Dorman, Thomas, 22. 
DOWN, Diocese of, 103. 
Drapes, John, 76. 

Vernon, 78, 79. 

Drew, Thomas, 104. 
DROGHTA, Clonfert, 123. 
DROMARAGH, Dromore, 108. 
DROMDALEAGUE, Cork, 23. 
DROMHOLM, Eaphoe, 111. 
DROMORE, Diocese of, 108. 



Drought, Adolphus, 122 (bis). 
DUBLIN, Diocese of, 48. 
Dudgeon, Walter, 75. 
DTJNLAVIN, 8. Patrick s, Dublin, 62. 
Dunscombe, Nicholas, 19. 
DUNSFORT, Down, 105. 
Dwyer, Philip, 46. 
DYSART, Killaloe, 46. 

E. 

Eccles, Robert, 21. 
EDERMINE, Ferns, 82. 
Edwards, Arthur, 19, 36, 38, 110. 

William, 44. 

EFFIN, Limerick, 37. 
Egan, John, 22. 
ELPHIN, Diocese of, 119. 
Elrington, Henry, 81. 
EMLY, Diocese of, 7. 
ERREW, Killala, 117. 
Evans, Robert, 25. 

Thomas, 22. 

Eyre, Richard, 123. 

F. 

FALDOWN, Tuam, 115. 
Falkner, Robert, 4. 

William, 4. 

Falloon, Charles, 107. 
FENNOR, Cashel, 4. 
FENORE, Clonfert, 123. 
Fen wick, Maurice, 111. 
FERNS, Diocese of, 8). 
FETHARD, Ferns, 82. 
FINDONAGH, Clogher, 93. 
Finlayson, Henry, 64, 66, 67. 

John, 54. 

Firth, Wilson, 6. 
Fishbourne, Edward, 6. 

Robert, 82, 85. 

Fitzgerald, Charles, 46. 
Hon. Henry, 100 



INDEX. 



133 



FITZGERALD, William, 17. 42, 

61, 64, 71. 

Flavell, Josiah, 88 (bis), 89, 90. 
Fleming, Horace, 22. 
Fletcher, John, 74. 
Fleuiy, Charles, 91. 

Henry, 13. 

Foley, Daniel, 4. 
Forster, James, 35, 37, 41. 
Fowler, James, 117. 

Luke, 78. 

Franklin, Joseph, 85. 
Freke, James, 21. 

John, 105. 

French, William, 120. 
Frew, James, 73, 74. 



G. 

Gabbett, Joseph, 37. 

William, 26 (bis). 

Galbraith, John, 113, 116. 
Galwey, Charles, 110. 
Garde, Thomas, 28. 
Garrett, George, 117. 

John, 117- 

GEASHILL, Kildarc, 74. 
Geraghty, Edward, 36. 
Gibbings, Thomas, 25. 
Gibbs, John, 103, 107. 
Gildea, George, lU(bis). 
Gilmore, John, 61. 
GLANKEEN, Cashel, 4. 
GLANWORTH, Cloyne, 28. 
GLENDALOCH, Diocese of, 48, 70. 
Glenne, William, 125. 
Going, Robert, 45. 
Goold, Frederick, 111. 
Gordon, John, 8. 
Gorman, William, 80. 



Gough, Thomas, 110. 
GRAVES, Charles, 33, 121. 

Graves, James, 77. 

Richard, 27- 

Gray, George, 66 (bis). 
Greene, Rawdon, 70. 

William, 53, 54. 

Greer, Samuel, 93. 
GREGG, John, 18, 71. 
GREGG, Robert, 19. 
Gregory, James, 70. 
GRIFFIN, Henry, 33. 
Griffith, George, 119, 120. 

James, 37. 

Groome, Thomas, 123. 
Gubbins, George, 3(>. 
Guinness, William, 118. 
Gumley, John, 120. 
Gwynne, George, 24. 

John, 107 

Stephen, 106. 

H. 

Halburd, Robert, 21,22. 
Hall, Savage, 89. 
Hallam, Edward, 83. 
Hallo well, Alexander, 5>1. 
Hamilton, Alfred, 74. 

Edward, 66. 

Fitzjohn, 32. 

Frederick, 111). 

Frederick C., 36, , 



James, 114. 

Hallaran, William, 28. 
Hare, Charles, 35. 

Henry, 78. 

John, 93. 

Harley, John, 83. 
Harpur, Thomas, 81. 



134 



INDEX. 



HABBISTOWN, Kildare, 74. 
Hartford, William, 79. 
Hartigan, Edward, 123, 125. 
Hartland, Lord, 115 
Harvey, Alfred, 64. 
Hassard, Edward, 36. 
Hayden, John, 110. 
Head, John, 44. 
Heatley, Robert, 80. 
Herbert, Edward, 36. 
Henry, 80, 

Nicholas, 14. 

Otway, 32. 

Hewson, Francis, 72. 
HIGGIN, William, 33, 109. 
Hinds, Samuel, 61. 
Hincks, Thomas, 106. 

Thomas P., 107. 

Kingston, George, 28. 
Hoare, Edward, 9, 118. 
Hobson, Richard, 11, 16. 

Richard, 107. 

John, 78. 

Hodder, Henry, 19. 
Hodson, Hartley, 107. 
Hogan, James, 90. 

HOLY TRINITY, Cork, 21. 
Horsford, James, 46. 
Howie, James, 24, 59. 
HOWTH, S. Patrick s, Dublin, 62. 
Hudson, Edward, 87. 

John, 93. 

Hughes, William, 112. 
Huleatt, Hugh, 47. 
Humphreys, Robert, 46. 
Hunt, Henry, 64. 

James, 120. 

John, 63. 

Hyde, Arthur, 30. 

A. (Jim.), 120. 



I. 

levers, Colin, 107. 
INISOARBA, Cloyne, 26. 
INISKENNY, Cork, 22. 
INNISOALTRA, Killaloe, 45. 
INVER, Eaphoe, 112. 
Irwin, Alexander, 39. 

Alexander. 87. 

Crinus, 61, 77. 

Francis, 120. 

Henry, 7. 

Henry, 119. 

John, 65. 

ISERT LAURENCE, Emly, 8. 

ISLAND, Ross, 31. 

ISLAND EDDY, Kilmacduagh, 125. 

J. 

Jackson, John, 14. 
John, 125. 

William, 117 (bis.) 

Jacob, Benjamin, 35. 

Thomas, 83. 

Jager, Robert, 54, 65. 
Jervoise, Robert, 46. 
Johnson, William, 24, 30. 
Johnston, George, 104. 

Henry, 120. 

John B., 65. 

John E., 82. 

William, 107. 

Joly, Henry, 71, 117. 
Jones, Francis, 29. 

George, 83 (bis). 

James, 87. 

K. 

Kearney, Thomas, 22. 
Keatinge, Joseph, 85. 

Michael, 37, 40, 47. 

Kennedy, Robert, 55, 60, 121. 
Kent, Edward, 108. 



INDEX 



13f> 



KILBRAGH, Cashel, 4. 
KILBRITTAIN, Cork, 22. 
KILBROQAN, Cork, 20. 
KILOHREEST, Kilmacduagh, 125. 
KILCOLMAN, Ferns, 83. 
KILCONNELL, Cloitfert, 122. 
KILCOOLE, Efyhin, 120. 
KILDARE, Diocese of, 70. 
KILFENORA, Diocese of, 47. 
KILGOBINET, Lismore, 15. 

KlLGOGHLIN, ElphiUj 119. 

KILLABEGS, Tuam, 114. 
KILLALA, Diocese of, 116. 
KILLALOE, Diocese of, 42. 
KILLAMERY, Ossory, 79. 
KILLANLY, Killala, 117. 
KILLANULLY, Cork, 21. 
KILLARAGHT, Achonry, 118. 
KILLARDRIFFE, Cashel, 4. 
KILLASPICMOYLAN, Clonfert, 122. 

KlLLASPUGMULLANE, Cforfc, 21. 

KILLEEDY, Limerick, 36. 

KlLLENELLICK, ^WlZy, 8. 

KILLENEMOR, Cloyne, 28. 
KILLYMARD, Rctphoe, 112. 

KlLMACALLAN, Elphill, 120, 

KILMAODONAGH, Cloyne, 27. 
KILMAODUAGH, Diocese of, 42, 124. 

KlLMAOLENAN, (7%^, 29. 

KILMAOTALWAY, A Patrick s Dub 
lin, 59. 

KILMAINEMORE, Tuam, 114. 
KILMANAGH, Ossory, 79. 
KILMEEX, Tuam, 115. 
KILMORE, Diocese of, 99. 
KILMOVEE, Achonry, 118. 
KILMOYLAN, Tuam, 115. 
KILNAGLORY, (7or&, 22. 
KTLPEACON, Limerick, 36. 
KILQUAINE, Clonfert, 122. 



KILRANE, .Ferris, 82. 
KILROOT, Connor, 107. 
KILROSSANTIE, Lismore, 15. 
KILRUSH, Ferns, 83. 
KILSKEERY, Clogher, 93. 
KILTEGAN, .Fmw, 82. 
KILTESHILL, Clonfert, 123. 
Kincaid, John, 111. 
Kingsbuiy, John, 5. 
KINVARRA, KilmcjLcduagh, 125. 
Kirwan, Anthony, 34. 

Edward, 38 (&*;. 

Knox, Charles, 108. 
Edmond, 45. 
KNOX, Robert, 103. 
Knox, Thomas, 106. 

Thomas, 36. 
Kyle, John, 29. 
Samuel, 20,33. 

L. 

Labarte, Edward, 5. 
LACCA, Tuam, 116. 
LACKAN, Killala, 117. 
LACKEEN, Cloyne, 29. 
LACKEEN, Killalo&, 46. 
Lambert, Francis, 114. 
Lancaster, James, 80. 
Langrishe, Sir Hercbles, 46. 
LATTIN, Emly, 8. 
La Touche, John, 60. 
Lander, William, 84. 
Laurence, Richard, 3. 
Lawrenson, William, G3. 
Leahy, William, 117. 
Lee, Richard, 22. 
- William, 58. 
Leeper, Alexander, 60. 
Lees. John, 116. 
LEIUHLIN, Diocese of, 84 



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INDEX; 



LESLIE, Charles, 99. 
LESLIE, John, 99. 
Lewis, William, 37. 
LIMEUIOK, Diocese of, 33. 
Lindesay, Thomas, 110. 
Lindsay, Charles, 71, 72. 
Linton, Robert, 5. 
LISCLEAKY, Cork, 21. 
LISMORE, Diocese of, 13. 
Little, James, 118. 
Lloyd, William, 4. 
Lombard, Edmund, 22. 

John, 29. 

Longfield, Richard, 21. 
LOUGHGALL, Armagh, 89. 
Low, Richard, 120. 
LULLIAGHMORE, Kildore, 73. 
Lyster, James, 84. 
M. 

Macan, Thomas, 20, 21. 
Macauley, Alexander, 123, 124. 
McCausland, William C., 115. 

William Henry, 46. 

McCormick, James, 74. 
Mac Donnell, John, 2. 
Mac Donogh, Albert, 63. 
M Donough, Charles, 63. 
M Kee, Robert, 84. 
Mackee, Thomas, 64. 
Mackesy, William, 16. 
Maclean, William, 89. 
M Loughlin, Alexander, 4. 
Madden, Hugh, 3. 

Samuel, 78 (bis), 79. 

Madras, John, 32. 
Magee, Thomas, 60, 124. 

William, 59. 

MAGEE, William Connor, 18, 93. 
Magrath, Polliott, 105. 
Thomas, 54, 65. 



Maguire, John, 120. 
Mahon, Hon. Maurice, 115. 
Major, William, 110. 

^iAJjAniD-EUT, S.Patrick sDublin,() I. 
Malone, Savile, 91. 
Mangan, James, 37, 38. 
Mangin, Edward, 46. 
Mant, Walter, 103. 
Marks, Edward, 64, 66. 
Marmion, Richard, 19, 30. 
Marrable, William, 53, 54. 
Martin, John Charles, 101 (bis). 

John Welply, 31. 

Mason, John, 56. 
Mathews, John, 65. 
Maude, Hon. John, 92. 

Hon. Robert, 92. 

Maunsell, Robert, 36, 74. 
- William, 24, 35. 
Maxwell, Robert, 114. 
Mayers, William, 61. 
MAYNE, Ossory, 78. 
Mayne, Charles, 2. 
MAYNOOTH, 8. Patrick s, Dublin, 62. 
Meade, Richard, 31. 
MEATH, Diocese of, 94. 
Mecredy, James, 114, 115. 
Meredyth, Francis, 38. 
- Richard, 31. 
Meyrick, Samuel, 15, 16, 63. 
Miles, Thomas, 4. 
Mills, Charles, 124. 
Minchin, Charles, 15. 
Mockler, James, 16. 
MODELIGO, Lismore, 15. 
Moeran, Edward, 105. 
Molloy, John, 120. 

William, 74. 

Molony, Arthur, 88. 
Monahan, James, 53, 54. 



INDEX. 



137 



Monck, Thomas, 80. 
MONMOIIENOCK, Patrick s, Dublin, 

63. 
Monsell, Charles, 35. 

John, 106. 

Moore, Charles, 74. 

Edward, 83. 

Matthew, 8. 

Ogle, 1. 92. 

Richard, 35. 

Thomas, 29. 

Thomas Ottiwell, 82. 

MOEA, Lismore, 14. 
Moran, James, 125 (bis}. 
Morgan, Moore, 62. 
Morton, Joseph, 119. 
Mountmorres, Lord, 24, 118. 
MOVILLE, Derry, 110. 
MULLABEACK, Armagh, 88. 
Mullen, Benjamin, 66, 67. 
Murphy, Henry, 108 (ter). 

John, 20. 

Murray, John, 74. 
Richard, 101. 

N. 

Nangle, Edward, 115. 
NEWOHAPEL, Cashel, 4. 
Newland, Henry, 81. 
Newman, Horatio, 18. 
Nisbett, Robert, 45. 
Nunn, Loftus, 83. 
NURNEY, Kildare, 73. 



O BRIEN, James, 76. 
O Grady, Hon. William, 124. 
O Neill, Lord, 52, 54. 
ORAN, Elphin, 120. 
O Regan, John, 62 (bis), 70, 71 



Organists, Armagh, 91. 
O Rorke, John, 67. 
OSSOBY, Diocese of, 76. 
O Sullivan, James, 115. 

Mortimer, 88. 

Owen, Frederick, 85. 

P. 

Pack, Richard, 77 (bis). 
Pakenham, Hon. Henry, 61. 
Parker, John, 15. 
Parks, Thomas, 15. 
Payne, Somers, 20. 
Peacock, Ralph, 105. 
Peacocke, Pryce, 35. 
Pennefather, William, 76, 81, 82. 
Pepper, Charles, 79. 
Pepper, Edward, 63. 
Perrin, Mark, 115. 
Perry, Adam, 80. 

Henry, 13. 

Phillott, James, 106. 
Pirn, John, 73, 

Plunket, Hon. Robert, 113, 117. 
PLUNKET, Thomas, Lord, 113. 
PLUNKET, Hon. William (after 

wards Lord Plunket;, 56, 57. 
Poer, Henry, 7. 

PONSONBY, Hon. Richard, 109. 
Poole, Jonas, 3, 4, 5. 
Porter, John, 93. 
Powell, Edward, 118. 
Power, Ambrose, 13, 16. 
Pratt, Robert, 22. 
Preston, Arthur, 72, 73. 

Plunket, 82. 

Provosts of Achonry, 118. 
Provosts of Kilmacduagh, 125. 
Provosts of Tuam, 113. 
Pnrefoy, Thomas, 121. 
Pyne, John, 29. 



138 



INDEX. 



Q- 

Quarry, John, 22, 25, 29, 31. 
Qnin, Richard, 90. 

R. 

Radcliffe, William, 64. 
RAPHOE, Diocese of, 111. 
RATH, Killaloe, 46. 
RATHANGAN, Kildare, 73. 
RATHMIOHAEL, S. Patrick s Dublin, 

63. 

RATHSARKAN, Connor, 107. 
Reade, David, 59. 

John, 59. 

Loftus, 93. 

Reeves, Isaac, 30. 

William, 89, 91. 

Reichel, Charles, 104. 
Rice, Charles, 90. 
Richards, Edward, 108. 

George, 82. 

James, 85. 

Solomon, 83. 

Richardson, John, 93. 
RIVERSDALE, Baron, 42. 
Robbins, Joseph Frederick, 45. 
Robinson, Andrew, 120. 

Charles, 122. 

Francis, 54, 65, 66. 

John Keefe, 83. 

John Lovell, 25. 

Joseph, 66 (ter). 

William, 65. 

Roe, William, 124. 
Rogers, George, 38. 

Samuel, 23. 

William, 27. 

Rooke, Henry, 66. 
Ross, Diocese of, 30. 
ROSSERKBEG, Killala, 117- 



Rowan, Arthur, 40. 
Rush, Edward, 124. 
Russell, John, 92. 
Ryder, William, 25. 
Ryland, John, 10, 14. 

Richard, 11, 14. 

Rynd, James, 8, 80. 



Sacrists, Clonfert, 121. 

Sadleir, Henry Atlantic, 8. 

Henry Evans, 28. 

Ralph, 61. 

ST. ANDREW S, Down, 105. 

ST. AUDOEN S, Patrick s, Dublin, 
59. 

St. George, Arthur, 85. 
- Richard, 117. 

St. Lawrance, Robert, 30. 

ST. JOHN S, Christ Church, Dublin, 
54. 

ST. MICHAEL S, Cork, 22. 

ST. MICHAEL S, Christ Church, Dub 
lin, 52. 

ST. MIOHAN S, Christ Church, Dub 
lin, 53. 

ST. MUNCHIN S, Limerick, 35. 

St. Patrick s, Dublin, 55. 
Do. Restoration of the Cathedral, 
68. 

Sandys, Francis, 77. 

Sargent, Abram, 4. 

Saurin, James, 108. 

Scott, Henry, 79, 85. 

James George, 63. 

James Leslie, 104. 

SESKINAN, Lismore, 16. 

Seymour, Charles, 112. 

Charles Henry, 113 (bis\ 

115. 



INDEX 



139 



Seymour, Edward, 53. 

Joseph, 118. 

Shaw, William, 16. 
Sherrard, William, 22. 
SINGER, Joseph, 94, 111. 
Smith, Charles, 124. 

George, 27. 

James, 106. 

James, 110. 

John, 65. 

Richard, 54. 

Smyly, Andrew, 111. 

Smyth, Richard, 10, 15. 

Squires, George, 5. 

STAGONIL, S. Patrick s, Dublin, 

63. 

Stanford, Charles, 53. 
Stanley, Robert, 82. 
Stannus, James, 30. 
Staples, John, 110. 
Staveley, Robert, 35, 62. 
Stawell, John, 45. 
Stewart, Charles, 112. 

Hugh, 81. 

Sir Robert, 66. 

Stock, Samuel, 116, 117. 
Stokes, John, 88. 
Stoney, George, 46. 
STOPFORD, Edward, 94. 
Stopford, Edward A., 95. 

Henry, 85. 

Strangways, James, 90. 
Strong, Charles, 70. 
Stuart, Alexander, 31. 

Alexander George, 112. 

Stubbs, James, 85. 
SUBULTEE, Cloyne, 29. 
Swanzy, Henry, 29. 
Swindall, Richard, P., 39. 
SWORDS, S. Patrick s, Dublin, 59. 



T. 

TAGHMON, Ferns, 83. 
TAGH-SAXON, Tuam, 115. 
Tarleton, John, 65, 93. 
TASAGART, S. Patricks, Dublin, 61. 
TA-SCOFFIN, Ossory, 79. 
Tatton, Arthur, 47. 
TEOOLME, Leighlin, 85. 
TEMPLE BRYAN, Koss, 32. 
TERMONBARRY, Elphin, 120. 
Thacker, Joseph, 77, 78, 79, 80. 
Thomas, Anthony, 118. 
Thompson, Frederick, 82. 

Mungo, 4. 

Thornhill, William, 62. 
Tibeaudo, Oliver, 75. 
TIGHALLON, Clogher, 93. 
TIGHBOHINE, Elphin, 120. 

TlMOLEAGTJE, ROSS, 31. 

Tighe, Hugh, 61, 84, 101, 110. 

TIMOTHAN, S. Patrick s, Dublin, 61. 

TIPPER, S. Patrick s, Dublin, 61. 

TIPPER KEVIN, S. Patrick s, Dublin, 
63. 

TIRBRIEN, Elphin, 119. 

Tisdall, Charles, 52. 

Todd, James, 55, 57. 

TOLMAGYNAGH, Leighlin, 85. 

TOMGRANEY, Killaloc, 45. 

TONSON, Ludlow, Lord Rivers- 
dale, 42. 

TOOME, Ferns, 83. 

Torrens, John, 57. 

Thomas, 23. 

Tottenham, Henry, 93. 

John, 73. 

Townsend, Hamilton, 118. 

TOWNSEND, Thos. Stewart, 9, 94. 

Townsend, Tliomas Uniacke, 80. 

William, 118. 



140 



INDEX. 



Trench, Hon. Charles, 123. 

Frederick Eyre, 63. 

Frederick Fitzjohn, 59, 85 

TRENCH, Richard, 48. 
Trench, Stewart, 52. 

William Le Poer, 114 (Us}. 

William Le Poer, 116. 

Triphook, Joseph, 44. 
TUAM, Diocese of, 113. 
Tuckey, Thomas, 23. 
TTJLLABRACKY, Limerick, 36. 
TULLAGH, Killaloe, 46. 
TULLAGHORTON, Lismore, 14. 
TULLYCORBET, Clogher, 93. 
Turle, Robert, 91. 
Twigg, Thomas, 59. 
TYNAN, Armagh, 89. 
Tyner, Richard, 38. 
Tyrrell, Gerald, 36. 

U. 

ULLARD, Leighlin, 85. 



V. 

Vernon, George, 119. 
VERSCHOYLE, Hamilton, 52, 81, 

99. 
Verschoyle, Joseph, jun., 118. 

Joseph, sen., 117, 118. 

Vicars Choral, Armagh, 90. 

Cashel, 5. 

Christ Church, Dub 
lin, 54. 

Cork, 23. 

Limerick, 37. 

Lismore, 16. 

Ossory, 80. 

Ross, 32. 



Vicars Choral, S. Patrick s, Dublin, 
65. 

Tuam, 116. 

Vignoles, Charles, 76. 



W. 

Walker, Frederick, 31. 

James, 75. 

John, 122. 

Thomas, 36, 38. 

William, 20, 31. 

Walsh, James, 37. 
Warburton, Charles, 34, 114. 

John, 23, 34. 

William, 119. 

Waring, Holt, 108. 
WATERFORD, Diocese of, 9. 
Watson, Arthur, 39. 

Francis, 75, 84. 

Webster, George, 19. 
Weldon, Percival, 82. 
Welland, William, 28. 

West, Augustus, 63, 64, 71, 101. 

John, 61, 57, 59. 

Westby, Henry, 59. 
Westroppj John, 47. 

Thomas, 37. 

Whately, Edward. 57, 70. 
WHATELY, Richard, 48. 
Whelan, Robert, 60. 
White, Henry, 123. 
WHITEOHUROH, Ferns, 83. 
Whitley, John, 44. 
John Blake, 32. 



Whitty, John, 47. 
WICKLOW, S. Patrick s, Dublin, 60. 
Williams, John, 105. 
Williamson, William, 21, 24 (bis). 



INDEX. 



141 



Willis, Newcombe, 47. 

Thomas, 37. 

William, 36, 37. 

WILSON, James, 17, 55, 84. 
Wilson, Joseph, 74. 
Wingfield, John, 74. 
Wolfe, John, 92. 
Wolseley, Cadwallader, 57, 70. 

John, 70, 72. 

William, 44, 45. 

Woodroffe, John, 21. 



Woods, Richard, 16. 
Woodward, Thomas, 103. 
Wray, Jackson, 47. 
Wright, Charles, 67. 
Wrixon, Nicholas, 29. 
Wynne, Arthur, 10, 13. 
Frederick, 78. 

Y. 

YAGOE, S. Patrick s, Dublin, 59. 
Yoakley, Thomas, 54. 



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