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From: "Jane Lyons" <>
Subject: Kilmore Roman Catholic Diocese 1836 & 1846
Date: Sat, 1 Mar 2003 17:47:07 -0000


Bundoran in Donegal is listed as the closest post town for some of the
parishes of Kilmore Diocese in 1836, and while these parishes are not listed
as covering parts of Co. Donegal, the possibility remains that records for
people who may have listed Donegal as their home county may be found in the
parish records of Kilmore ROman Catholic Diocese.

Kilmore Diocese covers the counties of Cavan, Leitrim and Fermanagh.

To see a listing of parishes, priests, closest post town and county that the
closest post town was in during 1836, plus some comparison of parish names
and numbers of parishesw in 1931 please go to :
http://www.from-ireland.net/diocs/diocesekilmore.htm

To see a listing of parishes, parish priests and closest post town, plus the
parishes for which records exist in 1846 then please go to:
http://www.from-ireland.net/diocs/1846/kilmore1846.htm

Kilmore Diocese 1846

Right Rev. Dr. James Browne, Bishop of Cavan

Catholic Dioscescan Seminary of Kilmore
Opened in Cavan 1839

Under the patronage of the Right Rev. Dr. James Browne

President & Professor of First Class Humanity and French: Rev. F. Kernan
Professor of Second Class Humanity : Mr. J. Reilly
Professor of Mathematics: Mr. Patrick Frayne

Total: Bishop 1; Parish Priests 40 ; Curates 47; Chapels 90; College 1


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