Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross, Taken from Diocesan and Parish Registries, Mss. in the Principal Libraries and Public Offices of Oxford, Dublin, and London, and from Private Or Family Papers, Volume 3
William Maziere Brady
author, 1864 - Clergy
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15 March 1st Nov 24 August 29 Sept a.b. Deacon a.b. Priest afterwards Aghada Anne April Archbishop of Cashel Archdeacon Ardfert Armagh Ballycotton became Bennet bequeth Bishop Bennet Bishop of Cloyne Bishop of Cork Bishop of Ross Bishoprick born Boyle buried Carrigaline Castle Cathedral Chapel Chaplain Charles College commendam consecrated Cork and Ross curacy Curate Curate of St dated daughter Dean dimissory from Cork diocese Ditto Donoghmore Dublin Earl Edward eldest Elisabeth entered T.C.D. Fitzgerald Francis George graduated a.b. Henry House Ireland Irish issue Item James January July June Kildare Killaloe King lands late lease letters dimissory letters patent licensed Limerick London Lord Mallow married Mary Meath Mitchelstown Nicholas obtained ordained Deacon Ossory parish Patrick Pope Prelate Priest Rector resigned Richard Robert Samuel Sermon Shandon Synge Thomas Townsend Tuam Ware Wheat wife William Youghal
Page 316 - ... during her natural life ; and after her decease, my will is, that the...
Page 117 - If you put this question to me,' says Sir Robert, 'as a minister, I must, and can assure you, that the money shall most undoubtedly be paid as soon as suits with public convenience : but if you ask me as a friend, whether Dr. Berkeley should continue in America, expecting the payment of £10,000, I advise him by all means to return to Europe, and to give up his present expectations.
Page 122 - Dublin by the archbishop of Dublin, assisted by the bishops of Kildare and Down ; and at the same time Hugh Goodacre, a particular friend of our Author, was consecrated archbishop of Armagh.
Page 66 - He published also a Greek and a Latin grammar, the latter often reprinted ; and a translation of the tenth satire of Juvenal, in Pindaric verse, " by a person sometime fellow of Trinity college, Dublin," but his name is signed to the dedication.
Page 267 - Not a drum was heard, nor a funeral note, As his corpse to the ramparts we hurried; Not a soldier discharged his farewell shot, O'er the grave where our hero we buried. — Burial of Sir John Moore.
Page 62 - I647, he constantly resided during the remainder of the Usurpation, and continued to use the common prayer in all the public offices of his ministry, notwithstanding the severe injunctions of the commissioners of the English Parliament against it. Several complaints were made of his contempt of the order of government, but by the interest which his persuasive letters upon that occasion had procured him with Dr.
Page 36 - Know ye that we, in regard of God, and for the health of our soul, and of the souls of our ancestors and...
Page 315 - Item : I give and bequeath to the poor of the parish of...
Page 36 - ... of the saints under whose protection the said place is known to be : Be it therefore known to all the faithful, that we do confirm, for all time to come to the said foundation, all that the said place now justly possesses, either by the paternal donation, or by the grants of other kings ; for my glorious father the king, bestowed upon the said place Lysnoldarh.