Oliver Flood, vicar of Aughmacart (b. 1747 to 1809) I am looking for more information regarding Oliver Flood. I have found the following which may or may not refer to the same man. If anyone has more information or can give a reason why any of these references does not refer to him.
Alumni Dublinense (Alumni of Trinity College, Dublin) Flood,Oliver,Nov 2, 1762, BA 1767
Freeholders of Queen’s County: Flood, Oliver, Middlemount,6 April 1769
Marriage License Allegations Rev. Oliver Flood, Middlemount, Queen’s Co, April 1779 to Mary Fitzpatrick of Ballybodden.
Irish Marriages in Walker’s Hiberian: Rev. Oliver, Middlemount, Queen’s Co to Fitzpatrick, Mary d. of Patrick, Ballybodden, April 1779,259
The Gentleman’s Magazine Jan 1809, Obituary with anecdotes of remarkable Persons, p 587 At Ruff Park, in the Queen’s County, in Ireland, after many years of extreme torture from the gout, the Rev. Oliver FloodOliver, a magistrate of the said county, and vicar of Aughmacart, in the dios. of Ossory.
Coolkerry, a parish, in the barony of Upper-Ossory, QUEEN'S county, and province of Leinster, 1 mile (E. by S.) from Rathdowney, on the road to Castledurrow; containing 375 inhabitants. This parish comprises 1720 statute acres, as applotted under the tithe act. It is a rectory and vicarage, in the diocese of Ossory, entirely impropriate in the Ladies G. and A. Fitzpatrick: the tithes amount to £110, wholly payable to the impropriators, who allow an annual stipend of £10 10s. to the vicar of Aughmacart for performing the clerical duties. The church is in ruins, and the Protestant parishioners attend the church at Rathdowney.