Hmmmm...wonder what this guy's baptism would read..
Vicars of TULLYCORBET.
1415. Nicholas O'Luan, priest, of Clogher diocese, son Of a priest and
of an unmarried woman, resigned this year (1415) the Perp. V. of
Tullycorbet for the Vicarage of Cleenish.
Kettle, Pot and Black springs to my mind for some reason...
On 30/09/2014 23:01, Viola Wiggins via wrote:
I think it all depended on the Cleric or Clerk making the entry in
On a few of the Kinawley records transcribed by the lat Ruth G a few entried
had the full B word written. Annother had the remark at the side of a
marriage using the P word for Catholic. Remember tho that those records were
from the 1700s.
TG those days are gone in most of the Churches.
I've been told recently that one C of I minister refuses to baptise a child
of a couple who are just living together. Not a very Christian attitude at
all as it is now common place occurance.