Stigh Mocholmóg
genitive: Shtigh Mocholmóg
(Irish)
Staholmog
(English)

Glossary

teach, steach, stigh, tigh
English house

Centrepoint

53.7695, -6.77961 latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1540-1
R. of Stawholmoke
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1541
Stahalmoke
Lease to William Dermor ; of the site of the hospital of St. John by Kenlys, county Meath ; lands of Kenlys, Moylagh, and St. John's Rathe by Stahalmoke ; rectories of St. John of Kelles, Dessardkeran, Stonehall, and Durvaghe, county Meath. To hold for twenty-one years, FHen. 265
F
1615
Staholmake
Presentation of John Firsithe to Staholmake vic. CPR 256
CPR
1621
Stahalmock
Presentation of Hugh Simes to the vicarage of Stahalmock and rectory of Newtown, diocese of Meath… CPR 487
CPR
1621
Staholmuck
Presentation of …Thomas Wilson to…the perpetual vicarage of Staholmuck, now vacant by the spontaneous resignation of Hugh Sims, clerk… CPR 506
CPR
1621c
Stahalenock
Grant to Edm. Medhopp, as assignee of lord Clannawley… The priory of St John’s near Kells….with…and 9 mess. In the occupation of Morrogh McKennell, James Mape, Geoffrey Lynche, Wm. Dormer Thomas O’Multellan and others, st John’s Rath near Stahalenock, Bayleff’s land in Choristown, Plunkett’s land in Drombaragh, the rectory and church of St John near Kells; Disearkearan, Stonehall, and Durvagh in said county and Westmeath. Moorton Curragh, late parcel…of the priory of St John, near Kells CPR 509
CPR
1622
Stahalmock
Presentation of the rev. Wm. Donnellan to the perpetual vicarage of …CPR 548
CPR
1624
Stahomocke
Presentation of the rev. Wm. Gleson to the church of …the parish of Stahomocke, now vacant by the death of the late incumbent… CPR 585
CPR
1654
Stahalmocke
278
CS V
1654
The Parrish of Stahalmocke
The said Parrish is bounded on the east with the lands of Raffin, on the west with…Raffin, with the west & north with the Parrish of Kilbeg, & on the South with…Emlogh. <br> Stahalmock, Drakerath, St Johnsrath, Stahalmocke. CS V 309
CS V
1655-7
The Parrish of Staholmock
DS
1655-7
The Parish of Stahalmock
DS (P, TCD)
1660c
Stahalmock Parish
90
BSD
1660c
Stahallmocke
James ffleming, sr Tho. Nugent, Patr. Hussey & Walter Drake, Ir. pa. 90.
BSD
1836
Stahalmock
DS:AL Leathanach: Mí040,4
1836
Stanaholmeck
HCER 1826:AL Leathanach: Mí040,4
1836
Toigh Mocholmog, 'house of St Mocholmog'
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí040,4
1836
Staholmuck
Co. Abstract 1830:AL Leathanach: Mí040,4
1836
Staholmuck
Post Chaise Companion:AL Leathanach: Mí040,4
1836
Stahalmuck
Sleator Civil & Eccles. T:AL Leathanach: Mí040,4
1836
Styhalmog
Taylor & Skinner Map:AL Leathanach: Mí040,4
1836
Baile Mocholmóg…
[scriosta]
OC:AL Leathanach: Mí040,4
1836
Staholmog
"Recte 'Stacholmog'." [Nóta OD]
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí040,4
1836
Stahalmog
Bar. Cons. (Tevlin):AL Leathanach: Mí040,4
1836
Staholmick
Monument in Cruicetown Gr Leathanach: Mí040,4
1836
Staholmuck
Co. Abstract 1827:AL Leathanach: Mí040,4

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