Móta Uí Fhearaíl
genitive: Mhóta Uí Fhearaíl
(Irish)
Moatfarrell
(English)

Glossary

English moat, earthen embankment
Ó, Uí

Centrepoint

53.7262, -7.64484 latitude, longitude
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Historical references

Nóta; - Tá an móta marcáilte, chomh maith le fothrach caisleáin agus fothrach teampaill. S.O. 14, 15 (1914)
Nóta
1570
the Mote (William Fitz Donell O’ Farroll)
Cal. Carew Leathanach: 406
1571
the Mote (William Fitz Donell O’ Farroll)
CSPI Leathanach: 437
1587
Mota (William O Ferall Bane)
F Leathanach: 5062
1587
Mota (Wm. O Ferralll Bane)
F Leathanach: 5107
1590
Moote (Rich. M’Breene)
F Leathanach: 5404
1604
Moteneferlyn (Ric’ Mc.Dongh Mareskall O’ Ferrall)
Inq. Lag. Leathanach: 1 Jac.I
1604
...de castr’, ac de integr’ vil’ de le Moate... (Rosse O’ Ferrall)
Inq. Lag. Leathanach: 2 Jac.I
1605
the castle of the Moate and 5 cartrons there (Rossey O’ Farroll)
CPR Leathanach: 74b
1605
the Moate (James O Farroll)
CPR Leathanach: 204, Nóta: (Erck)
1612
Moate
Inq. Lag. Leathanach: 3 Jac.1
1622
the Moat (Faghny O’ Farrell)
Mem. Inhabs. Lo. Leathanach: 298
1629
Mote
Pictiúr de chaisleán túir taobh le seo.
Cotton Map
1632
Moate (Faghny Mc.Rosse Ferrall)
Inq. Lag. Leathanach: 9 Car.1
1654-56
Mote in the barony of Granard
CS X Leathanach: 47
1655-56
the Mote (Faghna Farrell)
Trans. Conn. Leathanach: 85, 112
1659
Mote
Cen.
1668
...the town hitherto called Lisiquin to be called by ye name of Mote...
ASE Leathanach: 181
c.1700
...severall castles of OFerralle and his septs as the Mote...
Robt. Downing, in JACAS I, uimh. 3 Leathanach: 23
c.1700
...insa Móta...
Duan. na Midhe Leathanach: 94
1714
Moatifarrill
Moll Map
1750
The Towns and Lands of Aghamore, Lissoquin, Cartron Stilaght, Knockskeagh all now known by the name of Motefarrell
CGn. Leathanach: 146.5.96419
1773
Moate Farrell
CGn. Leathanach: 298.210.197144
1813
Moat Farrell
Edgeworth
1821
Cartronwere Agabraeh Corebally Aghamore Lissoguin Cartronstilighe and Knockskeagh all now known by the name of Moat Farrell
CGn. Leathanach: 764.453.518788
1835
Moat Farrill
BS:AL
1835
Moat Farrell
Edgeworth Map (AL)
1835
Moate
Inq. J I:AL
1835
Móta Ui Fearghail, “O’Farrells Moat”
OD:AL
1835
...There are two Castle Ruins in it together with several Danish Forts...
Desc. Rem.:AL
1835
Moate
Inq. C I:AL
1908
Móta Uí Fhearghail, “Moat-Farrell was the place where the kings of Anghaile were formerly inaurgurated.”
MacGivney Leathanach: 177
2007
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