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K.ilniakea glebe - - - la o 38
Two indifferent lliatched hoiifes thereon.
White Church glebe - - - zoo
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There are feveral fmall glebes in the town of
Wexford, but very unproduftive.
Two glebes at Rathafpeck, one near
the church, both containing about
A church at White Church, divine fervicc every
No glebe-houfe as yer, the prefsnt incumbent has
prcfcnted a memorial to build one.
A church at Kilcomon, divine fervice every SunÂ¬
The pari flies of
S' Tullogue, and
Are in the town and
\ fuburbs of Wexford, and
are totally unproductive to
to the reitor.
Are fmall parifhes conÂ¬
tiguous to the town, from
whence the reiftor hardly
derives any income.
Are the only denominaÂ¬
tions in the Union of WexÂ¬
ford, from whence the rec-
/ tor dei^es his income,
which is believed to be
about Â£. 400 yearly.
There are two churches.
One at Wexford. Divine fervice every day but
One at Rathafpeck. Divine fervice every Sunday
by licenfed curate-
Both churches in very neat good order.
An old glebe-houfe in Wexford, now under repair.
No glebe-houfe at Rathafpeck.
The glebes of this Union confifl of fevcral
fell tenements in various parts of the town of
A glebe at RofTdroit of about 20 o o
On which the prefent incumbent propofes
building a glebe-houfe.
Tiiere is a very old church at New Rofs, which
is condemned, and a new one is intended to be
built on another fcite.
There is alfo a neat fmall church at Old Rofs;
divine fervice in both every Sunday.
There is no glebe-houfe
A very neat handfome church lately built at
RoiTdroit; divine fcrvice every Sunday.
A church at Killegny; divine fervice every