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Limerick Diocesan Priests

c. mid 1830's

extracted by

Paul Keroack

from

British Parliamentary Papers, a page of which I photocopied when it was being microfilmed some years ago. Not knowing that I was going to share it in the future, I neglected to note date, vol. #, etc., but it was about mid 1830s, in a series of reports on the state of education in Ireland.
At the head of the page (61) is: Commission of Public Instruction, Ireland,
Appendix No. [2]. Roman Catholic Bishop's return of the Roman Catholic
clergy, Roman Catholic Province of Cashel - Roman Catholic Diocese of Limerick.


The library catalog title for the series of volumes is: 

Great Britain.  Parliament. House of Commons. Parliamentary Papers. Education 

and I obtained it from Milbank Memorial Library, Teachers College, Columbia
University. 

Parish Priest

Curates assisting each Parish Priest

Names of the Chapel/s, if more than one, belonging to each Parish

Very Rev. Patrick Hogan

Rev. Robert Cussen

Rev. Patrick D’Arcy

Rev. James Raleigh

St. Michael’s, City of Limerick

Rev. Charles Hanrahan

Rev. Thomas Enraght

Rev. John Brehan

Rev. Henry Fitzgibbon

St. Mary’s, City of Limerick

Rev. Thomas Standish O’Grady

Rev. Matthew O’Connor

Rev. John Clarke

Rev. James Quin

St. John’s, City of Limerick

Rev. Patrick Quaid

Rev. Mortimer Murrane

St. Patrick’s, in the City, and Monaleen, in the Liberties of Limerick

Rev. Richard Walsh

Rev. Michael Ryan

Rev. Michael McCormick

The Rev. M. Ryan died on Monday last, and is to be succeeded immediately by the Rev. Mr. Egan, now in deacon’s orders

St. Lelia, alias Thomond Gate

Rev. Michael Malone

Rev. Charles Donoughue

Cratloe and Six-mile-bridge (Co. Clare)

Rev. Edmond Sheehy

Rev. Denis Meany

Ardnacrusha and Parteen. (Co. Clare)

Rev. James Moore

Rev. Patrick Ryan

Loughmore, alias Mungret, in the Liberties,) and Crehora, in the County of Limerick

Rev. Michael Touhy

Rev. Timothy Shanahan

The Rev. Messrs. Lynch and Toumy, though not regularly attached to any chapel, perform duty in the city whenever required, such unattached clergymen being absolutely necessary in large cities

Donoughmore and Knocklea, in the Liberties of Limerick

The following chapels are in the County of Limerick:

Rev. Dean M’Namara

Rev. Jeremiah Halpin

Rev. James Holahan

Bruff, Grange and Meanus

Rev. Timothy M’Carthy

Rev. Mr. O’Rourke

Rev. Mr. Shine

 

Fedamore and Manister

Rev. Js. O’Regan

Rev. Denis Maddigan

Dromin and Athlaca

Rev. Michael Murnane

Rev. Mr. Synan

Rev. Mr. Buntin

Kilmallock and Ballingaddy

Rev. James Walsh

Rev. Daniel Hayes

Bulgadan, Ballinvana,, and a new Chapel, now nearly finished, situated within about two English miles of Ballinvana

Rev. John Sheehy

Rev. Mr. John Bourke

Rev. Garret O’Sullivan

Kilfinnan and Ardpatrick

Rev. Darby Bulkely

Rev. Solomon Frost

Glenroe and Ballyorgan

Rev. David Nagle

Rev. Thomas Shanahan

Elfin, Ballymacshaunboy, and Garryenderk

Rev. James Ryan

Rev. Thomas Blake

Rev. Richard Shanahan

Bruree, Rockhill, and Coleman’s Well

Rev. Michael Kiely

Rev. James M’Mahon

Rev. Patrick Scanlan

Ballyagran and Feenagh

There is also a new Chapel in progress of being built near the village of Kilmeedy, in some house of which village divine service is performed every Sunday, and will so continue till the intended Chapel will be finished

Rev. Patrick Reeves

Rev. Michael M’Donnell

Dromcolliher and Broadford

Rev. Thomas Hogan

Rev. Daniel M’Coy

Rathkeale

Rev. Darby Egan

Rev. Michael M’Mahon

Kilcolman and Coolcappagh

Rev. Maurice Hogan

Rev. Patrick O’Brien

Croagh and Kilfinny

Rev. Archdeacon Fitzgerald

Rev. Edmond Cussen

Askeaton and Ballystien

Rev. Timothy Foley

Rev. Robert Bourke, Administrator

Rev. Charles M’Donnell, Curate

Stonehall, Newstonehall, and Cappagh

Rev. Edmond Connery

Rev. James O’Sullivan

Kildimo and Whiteforge, near Pallaskenry

Rev. Charles Joseph M’Carthy

Rev. James O’Flanagan

Rev. Thomas Carroll

Ballingarry, Knockfirina, and Shanavaha

Rev. John Quillinan

Rev. John Enright

Knockaderry and Clouncagh

Rev. Laurence Harnet

Rev. Edmond Molony

Rev. Michael Hickey

Croom and Ballynabanogue

Rev. Maurice Fitzgibbon

Rev. Daniel Kennedy

Adare

Rev. William Downes

Rev. Patrick Cherry

Ballybrown and Lurraga

Rev. Thomas Coll

Rev. James Enraght

Newcastle

Rev. Patrick Murray

Rev. Maurice Ahearn

Ardagh

Rev. Michael Sheahan

Rev. Patrick Benson

Mahoonagh and Feohanagh

Rev. John Ryan

Rev. James Hogan

Athea

Rev. John Donovan

Rev. Michael O’Halloran

Rraathcahill and Templeglantin

Rev. Edmond O’Halloran

Rev. John Hogan

Rev. Richard Liston

Killeedy and Tournafulla

The people of these parishes are preparing to build a third chapel

Rev. Daniel Lyddy

Rev. Denis O’Brien

Abbeyfeale

Rev. Daniel O’Sullivan

Rev. Bernard M’Mahon

Glin and Loughill

Rev. Mortimer Collins

Rev. Laurence Corbet Doyle

Rev. Richard Mulcahy

Shanagolden, Robertstown, and Ballyahill

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