NAME of Townland or Place, at which the School is held.

 NAME of MASTER or MISTRESS.

RELIGION of Master or Mistress.

FREE, or PAY SCHOOL

 TOTAL  Annual INCOME of Master or Mistress, arising in all ways from the School.

DESCRIPTIONof the SCHOOL-HOUSE,and probable COST thereof.

 NUMBER OF PUPILS IN ATTENDANCE,
On an Average of Three Months preceding this Return:

 

SOCIETIES, Associations, &c. with which the School is connected, or whether assisted by local Patronage, and in what manner, stating such as are PARISH SCHOOLS.

 By the PROTESTANT Return:

By the ROMAN CATHOLIC Return:

PROTESTANTS,

ROMAN

CATHOLICS.

 Of the Number stated in the preceding Columns, there are

PROTESTANTS,

 

ROMAN CATHOLICS

 Of the Number stated in the preceding Columns, there are

 Of the Esta-blished Church.

 

Presby te-
rians.

 

Of other De-nomi-nation

 

Of the Esta-blished Church

Presby-te-rians.

 

Of other De-nomi-nations

 

M.

 

F.

 

M.

 

F.

Cullane   -

J. O’Shaughnessey

R. catholic

pay

1/1 to 2/6 per qr. for each scholar.

a thatched cabin           -

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

  38

  26

  12

none            -          -           -

Ballycar          -

James Quinlivan     -

R. catholic

free

19l. 10s.           -

a good thatched house

    4

-

-

  38

28

14

    5

-

    6

    9

  16

    4

the Baptist Society.  Kildare-place Soc. J. Colpoys, esq. built the school-house.

Newmarket

John Burke     -       -

R. catholic

pay

45l. 10l.           -

a room in a dwelling-house; rented.

    7

-

-

  19

 18

 8

    8

-

-

  18

  16

  10

none            -          -           -

Newmarket

Bridget Kelly          -

R. catholic

pay

24l. 10s.           -

built with stone and lime; cost 20l.

    2

-

-

  42

-

 44

    2

-

-

  46

-

  48

Kildare-place Soc.  Under the superintendence of a committee of the ladies and gentlemen of the neighbourhood, who subscribe 18l. 5s. a year.

Newmarket

Michael O’Neill     -

R. catholic

pay

11l.      -           -

built with stone and mortar; cost 15l.

-

-

-

  23

 13

 10

-

-

-

  20

  10

  10

none            -          -           -

Ralahine         -

Mary Hease, alias Doyle

R. catholic

free

10l.      -           -

an apartment in an out-office.

-

-

-

  18

-

18

-

-

-

  18

-

  18

Miss Molony pays the mistress’s salary.  J. S. Vandeleur, esq. provides the house.

Newmarket

Mrs. Abbott     -      -

Mrs. Thomas    -      -

protestants

    -       -

free

   -

12l.      -           -

60l. from the London Ladies Society, out of which she pays 25l. per annum for the house.

a good slated house; rented at 25l. per annum.

-

-

-

  37

-

 37

    1

-

    5

  36

-

  42

Baptist Soc.  The Kildare-place Soc. supplied accommodations for the school.  The Ladies Society for promoting Industry.

Ralahine         -

Thomas Halway      -

R. catholic

pay

10l.      -           -

built with stone and lime, thatched; cost 4l. 11s.

-

-

-

  55

 33

22

-

-

-

  62

42

  20

the Right Reverend Doctor O’Shaughnessy gives 5l. per annum.

Newmarket

Patrick Kiely           -

R. catholic

pay

about 18l.         -

a slated house; rented at 3l. 8s. 3d.

-

-

-

148

102

 46

-

-

-

148

102

  46

the Right Reverend Dr. O’Shaughnessy pays master a salary of 6l. per annum, and rents the school-house.

Newmarket

Timothy McNamara

R. catholic

pay

about 18l.         -

built with stone and lime; cost 14l.

-

-

-

108

 84

 24

-

-

-

  73

 6

  17

none            -          -           -

Abbey             -

Charles Gilmor       -

R. catholic

pay

40l.      -           -

held in the Roman catholic chapel of Abbey.

-

-

-

  40

40

 10

   2

-

-

  68

54

  16

none            -          -           -

Crughfield      -

Anthony Kerin        -

R. catholic

pay

about 20l. 17s. 4d.

held in the chapel of Curreen.

-

-

-

  40

 30

 10

-

-

-

  40

 30

  10

none            -          -           -

Tunona           -

Florence O’Driscol

R. catholic

pay

about 13l.        -

built with lime and stone, thatched; cost 5l.

-

-

-

  50

  38

 12

-

-

-

  50

  40

  10

house built by Mr. Michael O’Brien.

Clareville        -

Patrick Casey          -

R. catholic

pay

14l. 2s.            -

built of stone and lime; cost 9l.

-

-

-

  50

34

 16

-

-

-

  25

  20

    5

The Duke of Buckingham gives 9l. 2s. per annum.

Ballydoura      -

Michael Mackey     -

R. catholic

pay

about 20l. 18s.

built with stone and lime, thatched; cost 4l.

-

-

-

  40

 32

   8

-

-

-

  36

  25

  11

none            -          -           -

Ballycunue    -

Thomas Fitzpatrick

R. catholic

pay

from 1/8 to 2/2 p’ qr. for each pupil.

held in the chapel of Killeany.

-

-

-

  85

 52

33

-

-

-

  52

  37

  15

none            -          -           -

Cragah            -

Michael Crowe       -

R. catholic

pay

about 10l.         -

wretched beyond description; cost 2l.

-

-

-

  60

50

10

-

-

-

  60

  50

  10

none            -          -           -

Stonehall         -

Charles Hanly         -

R. catholic

pay

about 6l.           -

held in the parish chapel.

-

-

-

  24

 22

  2

-

-

-

  24

  22

    2

none            -          -           -

Reymore         -

James Walsh           -

R. catholic

pay

about 8l.           -

an old thatched shed

-

-

-

  36

 30

   6

-

-

-

  30

  24

    6

none            -          -           -

Naughaval      -

John McNamara      -

R. catholic

pay

from 1/1 to 2/6 p’ qr. for each scholar.

held in the parish chapel.

-

-

-

  14

  5

9

-

-

-

  14

    5

    9

none            -          -           -

Tinavara          -

Thomas Scanlan      -

R. catholic

pay

about 26l.         -

a miserable hovel          -

    1

-

-

  61

47

14

    1

-

-

  65

  48

  18

none            -          -           -

Deer Island

John McMahon       -

R. catholic

pay

from 5l. to 6l.

built with stone and mud; cost about 6l.

-

-

-

  35

 21

 14

-

-

-

  30

  21

    9

none            -          -           -

Ballinacalla

Samuel Woulfe       -

R. catholic

pay

about 12l.         -

built with stone and mortar; cost 25l.

   6

-

-

  63

 48

 21

    8

-

-

  81

  56

  25

none            -          -           -

Shanakea         -

John Lee       -         -

R. catholic

pay

15l. or 20l.

a bad stone cabin, a farmer’s outhouse; cost 3l.

-

-

-

  33

 23

10

-

-

-

  36

  23

  13

none            -          -           -

Coolmeen        -

Michael Houlihan

R. catholic

pay

16l.       -           -

held in the parish chapel.

    2

-

-

  78

 50

30

    2

-

-

  78

  50

  30

none            -          -           -

Carhureigh      -

Thomas Cruise        -

R. catholic

pay

5l.         -           -

a wretched cabin; cost 2l.

-

-

-

  54

  37

17

-

-

-

  40

  26

  14

none            -          -           -

Gurtnagour

Daniel Quinlivan     -

R. catholic

pay

5l.         -           -

a bad stone cabin, the outhouse of a farmer; coat about 3l.

-

-

-

  60

 40

 20

-

-

-

-

-

-

none            -          -           -

Clondunagh

Anthony Guerin      -

R. catholic

pay

about 6l.           -

a wretched mud cabin; cost 3l.

-

-

-

  50

 30

 20

-

-

-

  80

  51

  33

none            -          -           -

Corgrey           -

Michael Heylan       -

R. catholic

pay

about 4l.           -

a rented house, built of stone, and thatched.

-

-

-

  47

 25

 22

-

-

-

  51

  27

  24

none            -          -           -

Tarmonroe      -

Maurice Byrne        -

R. catholic

pay

from 1/3 to 2/6 p’ qr. for each pupil.

held in the parish chapel.

-

-

-

  10

 5

  5

-

-

-

  13

    7

    6

none            -          -           -

Knockbeg        -

Mary O’Bryan         -

R. catholic

pay

1/1 p’ qr. for each pupil; amounting to 4l. per ann.

a wretched hut, rented

-

-

-

  27

21

6

-

-

-

  31

  15

  16

none            -          -           -

Clonagoulane

Patrick McDonnell

R. catholic

pay

about 5l.           -

a farmer’s cow-house, built of dry stone.

-

-

-

  22

  13

    9

-

-

-

  22

  16

    6

none            -          -           -

Shayan            -

Thomas Delohery

R. catholic

pay

about 13l.     -

built with stone and lime, thatched.

-

-

-

166

131

35

-

-

-

169

132

  37

none            -          -           -

Kildysert         -

John Farrell             -

R. catholic

pay

about 40l.         -

held in the parish chapel.

   3

-

-

157

110

 50

    3

-

-

157

110

  50

the parish school.  Incumbent gives 2l. per annum.

Shanacool        -

Patrick Connors      -

R. catholic

pay

about 3l.           -

a tolerable cabin           -

-

-

-

  36

 20

 16

-

-

-

  36

  20

  16

none            -          -           -

Lackmashana

James Lardner         -

R. catholic

pay

about 4l. 11s.

a cabin         -        -       -

-

-

-

  14

 12

 2

-

-

-

  12

    8

    4

none            -          -           -

Carrurdolly

James McInerheny

R. catholic

pay

about 5l.           -

held in the parish chapel.

-

-

-

  37

 26

 11

-

-

-

  37

  26

  11

none            -          -           -

Carrurdotty

Thomas Walsh        -

R. catholic

pay

about 15l.         -

stone walls, thatched; cost 6l.

-

-

-

  60

 42

 18

-

-

-

  80

  58

  22

none            -          -           -

Burrane            -

Timothy Curtin        -

R. catholic

pay

about 8l.           -

part of a dwelling-house; cost 3l.

-

-

-

  54

 38

 16

-

-

-

  47

  31

  16

none            -          -           -

Doneal             -

Pat. Shine                -

R. catholic

pay

about 10l.         -

a miserable mud cabin; cost 1l. 10s.

-

-

-

  38

 28

 10

-

-

-

  38

  27

  11

none            -          -           -

Kilmurry         -

Richard Fahy           -

protestant

free

12l. and a garden rent-free.

a good house; cost 185l.; built by the Ld Lieutenant’s fund, assisted by Kildare-place Society, and private subscriptions.

  19

-

-

    3

 14

 8

  19

-

-

    3

  15

    7

the parish school.  Kildare-place Soc.  The incumbent, the Rev. James Martin, pays the master’s salary, &c.  The master receives 5l. from the Irish Society for teaching the Irish language.

Tullycrine

John Crotty              -

R. catholic

free

about 7l.           -

a bad mud-wall cabin; cost 3l.

  10

-

-

    4

 10

 4

  11

-

-

    3

  10

    4

London Hibernian Society.  A grant of 28l. 3s. 4d. has been obtained towards erecting a new house.

Tullycrine

James McGuire       -

R. catholic

pay

about 3l.           -

a wretched-mud cabin; cost 2l.

-

-

-

  14

 8

  6

-

-

-

  16

  11

    5

none            -          -           -

Kilmurry          -

James Carmody       -

R. catholic

pay

about 30l.         -

a bad mud cabin; cost 3l.

-

-

-

127

105

 22

-

-

-

127

105

  22

none            -          -           -

Knock              -

Catherine Charters

R. catholic

pay

about 3l.           -

a bad cabin; cost 4l.

    4

-

-

  21

 11

 14

    4

-

-

  21

  12

  13

none            -          -           -

Drumdigus

Timothy Ryan          -

R. catholic

pay

about 8l.           -

a wing of the parish chapel.

-

-

-

  80

 50

 30

 

-

-

  80

  50

  30

none            -          -           -

Drumdigus

Charles McCarthy   -

R. catholic

pay

1/1 to 2/6 per quarter each pupil.

a wing of the R. catholic chapel.

-

-

-

  32

 16

 16

-

-

-

  32

  16

  16

none            -          -           -

Drumdigus

Denis Reidy             -

R. catholic

pay

about 8l.           -

a bad mud cabin; cost 4l.

    1

-

-

  40

 30

 11

    1

-

-

  40

  30

  11

none            -          -           -

Clonarass         -

Anne Burke             -

protestant

pay

about 1l.           -

a bad cabin; cost 2l.

-

-

-

  24

 14

 10

-

-

-

  25

  15

  10

none            -          -           -

Killofin            -

James Hennessy      -

R. catholic

pay

about 22l. 13s.

held in the parish chapel.

    2

-

-

  76

57

 19

    2

-

-

  74

  57

  19

none            -          -           -

Mount Shannon

Denis Foley             -

R. catholic

pay

about 8l. 10s.

a thatched cabin, built of stone; cost 4l.

-

-

-

  30

30

-

-

-

-

  40

  30

  10

none            -          -           -

Knockacutteen.

Peter McEneroe       -

R. catholic

pay

about 10l. or 16l.

a bad mud cabin; cost 3l.

-

-

-

  70

45

 25

-

-

-

  70

  45

  25

none            -          -           -

Clonkerry        -

Honora Hinchy        -

R. catholic

pay

about 7l.           -

a bad cabin; cost about 2l. 5s. 6d.

    3

-

-

  17

 6

 14

    3

-

-

  17

    6

  14

none            -          -           -

Clouney           -

Patrick Walsh          -

R. catholic

pay

from 1/3 to 2/6 p’ qr. for each scholar.

held in the parish chapel.

-

-

-

  64

 56

8

-

-

-

-

 

226

 

-

-

 

148

 

-

-

 

  78

 

-

none            -          -           -

Derramore

Patrick Shannon      -

R. catholic

pay

from 1/3 to 2/6 p’ qr. for each pupil.

a bad mud-wall cabin

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

none            -          -           -

Kilfenora         -

Patrick Hease           -

R. catholic

pay

from 1/3 to 2/6 p’ qr. for each pupil.

held in the parish chapel of Kilfenora.

    2

-

-

100

 64

 38

    2

-

-

115

  81

  36

none            -          -           -

Ballybreenan

James O’Brien         -

R. catholic

pay

from 1/3 to 2/6 p’ qr. for each pupil.

a miserable hovel, built of mud, and covered with sods.

-

-

-

  56

 36

 20

-

-

-

  56

  35

  21

none            -          -           -

Ballagh            -

James Shannon        -

R. catholic

pay

from 1/3 to 2/6 p’ qr. for each pupil.

built with stone and mortar, thatched; cost 7l.

-

-

-

  20

 12

 8

-

-

-

  20

  12

    8

none            -          -           -

Liscannor         -

Edward Davoren     -

R. catholic

pay

10l.       -           -

held in the chapel          -

-

-

-

  40

 27

 13

 

-

 

-

 

-

 

100

 

  67

 

  33

none            -          -           -

Liscannor         -

James Harty            -

R. catholic

pay

10l.       -           -

held in the chapel          -

-

-

-

  65

 41

 23

none            -          -           -

Ennistymon

John Toole     -        -

R. catholic

pay

20l.       -           -

held in the sessions house.

    9

-

-

116

 83

 42

-

-

-

  90

  60

  30

none            -          -           -

Ranneen          -

John Kennedy          -

R. catholic

pay

18l.       -           -

stone walls, thatched; cost 15l.

    3

-

-

  64

 49

 18

-

-

-

  62

  45

  17

none            -          -           -

Ennistymon

Thomas Quealy       -

R. catholic

pay

22l. 15s.           -

the master’s dwelling-house.

-

-

-

  60

 40

 20

-

-

-

  60

  40

  20

none            -          -           -

Lahinch           -

Denis O’Brien         -

R. catholic

pay

12l.       -           -

a hired room                 -

-

-

-

  50

 30

 20

-

-

-

  60

  30

  30

none            -          -           -

Fahanlunaght

Michael McGrath

R. catholic

pay

25l.       -           -

a private house, thatched; cost 10l.

-

-

-

121

 96

 25

returned in gross by the R. catholic

clergyman in Clooney parish.

none            -          -           -

Lahinch           -

Patrick Tully            -

R. catholic

free

11l. 7s. 6d.

the parish chapel           -

-

-

-

180

 50

130

-

-

-

146

  64

  82

the Rev. P. O’Loughlin, V. G. accountable for master’s salary.

Old Chapel, Newtown.

Benajmin Manifold, Edward Grace, and John Grace, members of a religious order.

R. catholics

free

35l. each           -

the old parish chapel fitted up for a school by subscription, and 100l. from Lord Lieutenant’s fund.

-

-

-

300

300

-

-

-

-

300

300

-

the Rev. P. O’Loughlin, V. G. holds himself accountable for the master’s salary, the source is to be derived from not stated.  A grant was received from the Kildare pl. Soc. but the connection has been declined since.

Cahirgal          -

Patrick McMahon    -

R. catholic

pay

20l.       -           -

the parish chapel            -

-

-

-

105

 65

 40

-

-

-

101

  70

  31

none            -          -           -

Ballyvo            -

James Fitzpatrick    -

R. catholic

pay

from 1/3 to 2/6 p’ qr. for each pupil.

a wretched thatched shed.

-

-

-

  40

 30

 10

-

-

-

  40

  32

    8

none            -          -           -

Knockflur        -

Oliver Davoran        -

R. catholic

pay

16l.       -           -

the parish chapel           -

-

-

-

100

 70

 30

-

-

-

120

103

  17

none            -          -           -

Ballymackin

Henry Crean            -

R. catholic

pay

  8l.       -           -

a wretched hovel, of the worst description.

-

-

-

  40

 31

  9

-

-

-

  47

  33

  14

none            -          -           -

Kiltoraght        -

James O’Brien        -

R. catholic

pay

from 1/3 to 2/6 p’ qr. for each scholar.

held in the parish chapel          -

-

-

-

  55

 45

 10

-

-

-

  61

  50

  11

none            -          -           -

Laughtavorna

Henry Thynne         -

R. catholic

pay

from 1/3 to 2/6 p’ qr. for each scholar.

held in the chapel           -

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

  70

  56

  14

none            -          -           -

Dunmore         -

Terence Harkin       -

R. catholic

pay

16l.       -           -

a good mud-wall house, thatched; cost 11l. 7s. 6d.

    5

-

-

  75

 40

 40

    7

-

-

103

  80

  30

London Hiba Soc. John Scott, esq. gives 6l. per ann.

Mountriver      -

John Eames             -

R. catholic

free

  7l.       -           -

built with stone and mud, thatched; cost 15l.

-

-

-

  78

 60

 18

-

-

-

  70

  50

  20

London Hibernian Society.

Clohanes          -

Mathew O’Neill      -

R. catholic

pay

15l.       -           -

built with mud, and thatched; cost 12l.

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