KILLESHIN
 

Carlow County - Ireland Genealogical Projects (IGP TM)


The Parish of Killeshin

Parish of Killeshin

(Michael Rafter, P.P. 1823—1840)

Killeshin Classical School. James McAliffe. Roman Catholic.

1. GRAIGUE (Blue Book Summary, p. 764).

James Haughey. Roman Catholic. Pay School. Income about 10 8s. School-house built with lime and stone. Average attendance: Summer 1824 - Males 16, Females 10; Roman Catholics 26. Not connected with any Society. Scriptures not read.

2. GRAIGUE (Blue Book Summary, p. 764).

Mary Kinsela. Roman Catholic. Pay School. Income about 20. School-house built of lime and stone. Average attendance: Summer Males 12, Females 25; Roman Catholics 37. Not connected with any Society. Scriptures not read.

3. EVATON (Blue Book Summary, p. 764).

George Alexander Lynch. Roman Catholic. Pay School. A Private Boarding School. Income 1,280. School-house a spacious mansion: cost 3,000. Average attendance: Summer 1824 - Males 32: Roman Catholics 32. Not connected with any Society. Scriptures not read.

4. ARDATAGLE (Blue Book Summary, p. 764).

John Gallagher. Roman Catholic. Pay School. Income about 20: opened but half the year. School-house built with stone and clay mortar. Average attendance: Summer 1824 - Males 75; Females 25; Established Church I , Roman Catholics 99. Not connected with any Society. Scriptures read, D. Version, 1 copy.

5. ARDTAGLE (Blue Book Summary, p. 764).

Thomas Brennan. Roman Catholic. Pay School. Income about 8. School-house built with stone and lime. Average attendance: Summer 1824 - Males 16, Females 7; Roman Catholics 23. Not connected with any Society. Not stated re reading Scriptures.

6. KREEKAWN (Blue Book Summary, p. 764);

Michael Phelan. Roman Catholic. Pay School. Income about 12. School-house built with lime and stone. Average attendance: Summer 1824 - Males 32, Females 8; Established Church I, Roman Catholics 39. Not connected with any Society. Scriptures not read.

7. GRAIGUE (Blue Book Summary, p. 764).

James Mulhall. Roman Catholic. Pay School. Income about 13. School-house built with lime and stone. Average attendance: Summet 1824 - Males 18, Females 12; Roman Catholics 30. Not connected with any Society. Scriptures not read.

8. SLATY (Blue Book Summary, p. 766).

Matthew Haughey. Roman Catholic. Pay School. Income 13. School, an outhouse attached to his dwelling. Average attendance Summer 1824 - Males 12, Females 4; Roman Catholics 16. Not connected with any Society. Scriptures not read.


Protestant Schools

1. GRAIGUE (Blue Book Summary, p. 7b4)

William Pitman and wife. Protestants. Parish School. Pay School. Income 35, including his salary as parish clerk: 14 raised by subscription. School-house built with stone and lime. Average attendance: Summer 1824 - Males 13, Females 24: Established Church 30, Roman Catholics 7. In connection with Kildare Place Society. Scriptures read, A. Version.

2. GRAIGUE (Blue Book Summary, p. 764).

James H. Lysaght. Protestant. Pay School. Income about 20. School-house built with stone and lime. Average attendance: Summer 1824 - Males 10, Females 6; Established Church 12, Roman Catholics 4. Not connected with any Society. Scriptures not read.

3. SPAW FARM (Blue Book Summary, p. 764).

Hannah Kerr. Protestant. Pay School. Income about 10. School-house built with stone and lime. Average attendance: Summer 1824 - according to Protestant return Males 10, Females 14; Roman Catholics 24. Not connected with any Society. Scriptures not read.

Source: M Purcell from the Pat Purcell Papers


Locations in the Parish of Killeshin

Ardateggle Crossneen. Graigue Town
Ballyharmon, Curragh. Bridge-street
Ballyhide. Derrymoyle. Chapel-street.
Ballykillen. Garrough. Church-street
Bohernasear. Harristown. Killeshin-street
Cappalug Keeloge. King-street
Cappanaboe Killeshin. Leighlin-street
Cappanamrogue Lambstown The Numbers
Clogrenan Leagh. Wash-lane or Well-lane
Clomore Monure Wellington-Quay.
Cloonaloo Oldderrig Whitecastle or Graigue bridge.
Coolhenry Rathduff  
Coolrain. Rossmore  
Coorlaghan. Shanvally.  
Coornariska. Springhill.  
  Stanney  

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