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LISCLERY-MARMULLANE.
[CORK• .
The prayer desk in the present church of Douglas was
dedicated to his memory. His brother, Ch.arles Busteed, was.
maternal grandfather of the present John Busteed Fowler,
0If
Cork.
On his death the pari sh of Lisclery, which
WIlS·
the corps of
that Prebend, was joined to Carrigaline (q. v.).
MAR.\lIULLANE.
[That is, "Mullane's Rampart."]
1857. THOMAS T. HALLARAN, M.A., P.
C.
Marmullane (Brady).
Thomas Tuckey Hallaran, son of the Revd. William
Hallaran, P. Cahirul tan, Cloyne. T.C.D., B.A.I and Div.
Test., 1853; M.A. 1856. Was ordained Deacon, 1854, and
Priest, 1855, both at Killaloe, by Bishop Ludlow Tonson,
Lord Riversdale. Rural Dean of Cahir; Canon of St. Mary's
Cathedral, Limerick.
Hallaran resigned Marmullane in 1867 for the rectnry of
Cahirciveen, Co. Kerry, tOi which he was presented by the
Crown, and which he still hokls.
1867. RICHARD CORKER MEADE, P.
C.
Marmullane, vice Hallaran.
Richard Co['ker Meade, b. 13th March, 1834, third son of
the Revd. William Meade, R. V. Inchinabaccy (q. v.), by his
wife, Anne, dau. of Robert Warren, of Kinsale. He entered
T.C.D. in November, 1854 ; B.A. and Div. Test. (2nd class),
1858; M.A. 1865; B.D. 1881; D.D. 1887. Was ordained
Deacon, 1859, and Priest same year, both at Killaloe.
He was Curate of Clonmel (QueenstOlWll), 1860-61; Curate
of Fermoy, 1861-67; P. C. of Marmullane, 1867 to 1871,
when he resigned and went to England, where he becamt:
Vicar of Oatlands, Surrey, 1872-75; and Vicar of St. Neots,
Huntingdonshire, dio. Ely, in 1875, where he died on the
19th of June, 1902. H e was brother of the present Bishop
of Cork.
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1R71. THOMAS GLOSTER, R. Marmullane, vice Meade.
Thomas., son of James Gloster, b . I4th May, 1831, at
Clonmlellane, Co. Kerry. Entered T.C.D. in 1851; obtained
an Irish scholar.ship and various premiums; grad. B.A. in
1857; M.A. 18
Was ordained Deacon, 9th August, 1857,
and Priest, 22nd August, 1858, both at Killaloe. He was