Roman Catholic Parishes Diocese of Achonry, 1846

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All spellings are as on original document. There are possibly some errors such as Wm. Quirke being listed as a curate in two parishes

This pages differs from my 1836 R.C. parish listing in a number of ways. I have not tried to list the counties that the closest post town is found in and I have not tried to compare this listing either with the 1836 listing or the 1931 listing.

I have however, included extra information on the Diocese as found in the 1846 Roman Catholic Directory on convents and nunneries or academies if mentioned – or, as it is put in the directory – \’The State of Religion\’

Diocese of Cork

Parish Bishop Curate Post town
Cork Cathedral, North parish
Cork Cathedral, North parish
Cork Cathedral, North parish
Cork Cathedral, North parish
Cork Cathedral, St. Patricks
Cork Cathedral, St. Patricks
Cork Cathedral, St. Patricks
Cork Cathedral, South Parish
Cork Cathedral, South Parish
Cork Cathedral, South Parish
Cork Cathedral, South Parish
Cork Cathedral, S.S. Peter & Paul’s
Cork Cathedral, S.S. Peter & Paul’s
Ballimartle
Ballinahassig
Ballincollig
Bandon
Bandon
Bandon
Bantry
Bantry
Blackrock
Caharagh
Carrigaline
Clountade
Courcey’s Country
Desart
Douglass
Drimoleagh
Dunmanway
Dunmanway
Enniskean
Glanmire
Glauntane
Innishannon
Iveleary
Kilbritain
Kilmichael
Kilmurry
Kilmurry
Kinnelea
Kinsale
Kinsale
Maragh
Muenterevare
Ovens
Passage
Skull, East
Skull, West
Watergrassh.
Murphy, John Right Rev. Dr.
Murphy, John Right Rev. Dr.
Murphy, John Right Rev. Dr.
Murphy, John Right Rev. Dr.
Murphy, John Right Rev. Dr.
Murphy, John Right Rev. Dr.
Murphy, John Right Rev. Dr.
O’Keefe, Thos. V.Rev., V.G.
O’Keefe, Thos. V.Rev., V.G.
O’Keefe, Thos. V.Rev., V.G.
O’Keefe, Thos. V.Rev., V.G.
O’Shea, M.B.
O’Shea, M.B.
O’Sullivan, P.J.
Hallinan, John
Prior, Michael
Delany, Wm., V.F.
Delany, Wm., V.F.
Delany, Wm., V.F.
Barry, Thomas, V.F.
Barry, Thomas, V.F.
Lyons, T., Ad.
Dore, David
Ryan, Jer. J.
Vacant
O’Connor, Wm.
Haynes, Thos.
M’Namara, Jn.
Ryan, John
Dohony, James
Dohony, James
O’Sullivan, Dl.
Falvey, John
Lucy, Samuel
Field, Michael
Holland, John
Taylor, Robert
O’Driscoll, Jas.
Daly, James
Daly, James
Corcoran, Corn.
M’Namara, Jus., V.F.
M’Namara, Jus., V.F.
Murphy, Wm.
Quinn, Richard
Walsh, Maurice
England, T.R.
Barry, James
O’Sullivan, Lau.
M’Carthy, Eug.
Holland, John
Brown, John
Clancy, John
O’Donoghoe, Dl.
Coffey, P.W.
O’Sullivan, Wm.
Murphy, Dominik
O’Mahony, Alex.
O’Brien, Jerm.
O’Regan, James
Lyons, Timothy
O’Sullivan, Jas.
Hurly, John
None listed
None listed
Horgan, D., Ad.
Sexton, Patrick
Scannell, Thos
O’Callaghan, J.
Begley, P.
Freeman, Chris.
Crowe John
Begley, Michael
None listed
None listed
P’Donohoe, ??
None listed
None listed
Credan, J.D.
Foley, John
Denny, Michael
None listed
O’Flynn, Patrick
O’Donovan, Tim.
Murphy, Denis
O’Connell, Danl.
None listed
O’Driscoll, Jas.
Kelcher, John
Walsh, Thomas
Horgan, J.
Cahill, David
Murphy, Denis, D.D.
None listed
M’Carthy, Chas.
Wall, John
Murphy, Simon
Barry, John
Barrett, Thomas
None listed
Cork
Cork
Cork
Cork
King st., Cork
King st., Cork
King st., Cork
S, Presbytery
S, Presbytery
S, Presbytery
S, Presbytery
Cork
Cork
Kinsale
Cork
Ballincollig
Bandon
Bandon
Bandon
Bantry
Bantry
Cork
Caharagh
Carrigaline
Kinsale
Kinsale
Bandon
Cork
Dunmanway
Dunmanway
Dunmanway
Ballineen
Up. Glanmire
Lr. Glanmire
Innishannon
Macroom
Bandon
Macroom
Crookestown
Crookestown
Carrigaline
Kinsale
Kinsale
Bandon
Bantry
Ballincollig
Passage, West
Skull
Skibbereen
Rathcormick

Chaplain & Lecturer to City jail – Foley, Daniel. Cork
Chaplain to the Garrison Murphy, Domk. Cork
Chaplain to the North Presentation Convent Murphy, Patk. Cork
Chaplain to the South Presentation Convent & Poor House Sheehan, George. Cork
Bandon Delany, Wm., V.F. Scannell, Thos. Bandon Chaplain to Presentation Convent
Bandon Delany, Wm., V.F. O\’Callaghan, J. Bandon Chaplain to Poor House
Blackrock Lyons, T., Ad. Crowe John. Cork Chaplain to Ursuline Convent

Cork Diocese 1846

Other information on Diocese: schools etc
33 Parishes

Right Rev. Dr. John Murphy, Bishop, Cork.

State of Religion

Chaplain to the County Gaol & Lecturer to the South Chapel: Vacant

St. Augustine\’s, Brunswick Street:
Prior: V. Rev. James Hayes.
Rev. M. O\’Driscoll; Rev. William Keating ; Rev. Daniel Foot; Rev. M. O\’ Hea

St. Francis, Broad Lane, L. Cross Street.
Guardian: V. Rev. Edward Hogan
Prov.: Rev. Wm. Cunningham; Rev. J. Murphy & Rev. Mr. Verling

St. Dominick\’s, Dominick Street:
Prior: V. Rev. J.P. Leahy, S.T.M.
V. Rev. J. O\’Connor, S.T.M.
Rev. J. Ryan ; Rev. B. Russell

St. Francis, South Friary:
Provincial: V. Rev. Theo Mathew
Guardian: Rev. Denis M\’Leod
Rev. James Reardon; Rev. Mr. Brennan; Rev. J. O\’Connell

Carmelite Convent, Kinsale:
Rev. Thomas Lunam, Prior.
Rev. O. Quinn

The expense of the magnificent Gothic Carmelite Church, Kinsale now being built, will exceed £2,000.

Christian Schools:
Superior: Mr. J. B. Leonard, Peacock lane, Cork.

Presentation Monastery:
Superior: Mr. M.A. Riordan, Cove-street, Cork

North Presentation Convent:
Superioress: Mrs. M.C. England, Clarence Street, Cork

Bandon Presentation Convent:
Superioress: Mrs. M. R. Doylan

Sisters of Charity:
Superioress: Mrs. Coleman, Eason Hill

Sisters of Mercy:
Superioress: Mrs. Ward, Rutland Street
Sister of Mercy, Kinsale:
Superioress: Mrs. Bridgeman, Kinsale

This convent is in a most flourishing state, and its prospects are most cheering. It is now a year and a half since the foundation stone was laid, and its numbers are now over a dozen religious, not second to those of any other convent in zeal and efficiency. The number of poor children in the magnificent school is 700; and the truly good and holy sisters are indefatigable in their attendance on the destitute sick.

In addition to the religious and education establishments of this diocese, mentioned in a preceding number of the Registry, we are gratified at being enabled to state, that a seminary for the instruction of Catholic youth was founded in the course of the last year, under the patronage of the Bishop, the Right Rev. Doctor Murphy, and under the superintendence of the Rev. Michael O\’Sullivan. The building erected for this object, possesses superior accommodation for educational purposes, being the noble edifice which had been formerly the Mansion House of this city. Such as establishment had been for a long time a \’desideratum\’ in a city, where notwithstanding the exellent provision made for the education of the poor of both sexes by the members of the Presentation Order and Christian Schools and for females of the middle and upper classes by the Ursuline community and the Sisters of Mercy, there was no institution of a religious character for the training and instruction of boys in the same rank of life.

Total for Diocese: Bishop: 1; Parish Priests: 33 ; Curates: 46; Chapels: 84; College or seminaries: 1; Convents: 5; Nunneries: 6; Monasteries: 2.

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