The History of Monaghan for 200 Years, Registered Priests, 1710

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From chapter 4. History of Monaghan for 200 years, author : Denis Carolan Rushe B.A., T.C.D., F.R.S.A.I. The first table lists the name of the parish and the priest, the second the names of those who acted as guarantors of the good behaviour of these priests with the residence or address of each person.

Parish Priest Residence
Aughnamullen
Donaghmoyne
Tullycorbet
Magheracloon & Kilanny
Kilmore & Drumsnatt
Tedavnet
Errigle, Lower
Errigle
Donagh & Tehallen
Killeevan & Curran
Rackwallace
Monaghan
Clontibret
Magheross
Clones
Galloon
Mucknoe
Inniskeen
Bryan, Rev. McCabe
Dionasius, Rev. McGuin
Bryan, Rev. McMahon
Patrick, Rev. Casey
Patrick, Rev. Duffy
Bryan, Rev. McMahon
James, Rev. McKenna
James, Rev. Treanor
Art., Rev. Connolly
Con, Rev. McMahon
James, Rev. Duffy
James, Rev. Duffy
Torlough, Rev. Duffy
Bryan, Rev. Hulthahan
Turlough, Rev. Connolly
Philip, Rev. Beggan
Owen, Rev. Mulligan
Ross, Rev. McMahon
Redmond McCabe
Frances Duffy
Owen Duffy
Patrick Duffy
Rory McMahon
Phelim Connolly
Patrick McKenna
John Treanor
Phelim Connolly
Turlough Maguire
Philip McArdle
Philip McArdle
James McArdle
Patrick Duffy
Francis Forster
Philip McArdle
Philip McArdle
Francis Matthew
Residence Surety 2 Resi Address
Carrigaldarra
Monaghan
Drumlanekill
Benmore
Mullanavanog
Edenbrone
Mullinacask
Cloghnart
Edenbrone
Killynenagh
Monaghan
Monaghan
Laragh
Corrigattyduff
Drumrest
Monaghan
Monaghan
Stephenstown
Hugh McMahon
Bryan Brennan
Patrick McMahon
Owen Duffy
Bryan Loughran
Philip McArdle
Patrick McKenna
Patrick McGeough
Edward Hughes
Rory O’Cahan
Torlough Duffy
Torlough Duffy
Patrick Greenan
Patrick McMahon
Earthur Ennis
Torlough Duffy
Torlough Duffy
James Stanley
Annaghscue
Pullins
Enagh
Cornacreeve
Monaghan
Monaghan
Kilfahven
Tonnynumery
Middletown
Latroe
Monaghan
Monaghan
Castleshane
Enagh
Aughnashalvy
Monaghan
Monaghan
Williamstown
Garryduff
Edengilrevy
Cordevlish
Mullaghloist
Cabragh
Knockballaronia
Drumbristan
Dunmadigan
Doagheys
Killynenagh
Legnacreeve
Tandragee
Doohamlet
Corduff-Kelly
Derryledigan
Latnamard
Tullycollive
Ballyphelan
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