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Ballymaglassan
(English)

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53.4525, -6.56382 latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1305c
Ballymaglassan
lch.263.
CDI
1387
Balymaglassan
Patent Roll 10 Richard II <br> COMMISSION by the marquis to Richard Plunket of custody of the lands that belonged to the same Richard in Ryngereston, Balymaglassan, Kylmesan, Tury, Oghtrillagh, Clonlewyn and Odyneleston, co. Meath, (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1390c
Balymaglassan
Patent Roll 22 Richard II <br> [No date.] COMMISSION to Henry Stanyhurst of custody of two thirds of all lands and tenements with their appurtenances in Balymaglassan, co. Meath (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1410
Balymaclassan
Patent Roll 11 Henry IV <br> PARDON to Thomas Cusak kt; Richard Gorbali chaplain; John Wyntyr chaplain; John Nosterfeld, vicar of Swords; and John Whit chaplain of all intrusions [etc.] in the manor of Dunsany and a moiety of the manors of Woghtryllagh, Pyletestoun, Balymaclassan, Croskell, Marynerston and Donaghkerny, in co. Meath (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1422
Balymaglassane
Patent Roll 9 Henry V <br> INSPEXIMUS of a certain charter, dated 3 March [1398] 21 Ric. II, by which Geoffrey s. of Thomas s. of John Cusak kt gave, granted and confirmed to Thomas Rypers and William Englysche his manors of Culmolyn, Beaurapeyr, Ryngerystoun, Kylmessan, Denggyn, Balymaglassane, Newcastel, Wortryllagh, Croskyl, Marinerystoun and Donakerny, with appurtenances, and also all his messuages, lands [etc.] in co. Meath; to have forever from the chief lords of those fees, by due and accustomed service. (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1422
Balymaglassan
Patent Roll 9 Henry V <br> COMMISSION, by mainprize of Edward Walsh and John Hasard chaplain of co. Meath, to Edward Perrers of custody of 2 messuages and 2 carucates of land in Balymaglassan, 42 acres in Pillettston and 80 acres in Oghtrillagh, co. Meath, (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1423
Balmaglassane
Patent Roll 1 Henry VI <br> PARDON to Richard Wellesley kt and Joan his wife, and to Michael Longespee, of all manner of intrusions [etc.] in lands, rents [etc.] in Marynerestoun, Donaghkerny, Balmaglassane, Oghtrillagh, Clondrynyn, Roskele, Pylletestoun and Swayneston, (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1426
Balmaglassane
Patent Roll 5 Henry VI <br> Dublin GRANT, for service―by mainprize of Robert Lytill, John Weston, John B[…] and Robert Herford―to Nicholas White and Nicholas Whitechurche1 of custody of two thirds of the manor of Dengyn (the lands of Thomas Cusak excepted); and two thirds of the manors of Balmaglassane and Pylletestoun; [and] two thirds of all lands [etc.] in Marynerestoun and Donaghkerny; and also two thirds of all lands [etc.] in Croskyll; (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1540c
Balmoglassen
Blakkehall in parochia de Balmoglassen Crown Survey 118
Crown Surv.
1563
Ballymaglassan
Captain John Cuffe to same. His suit for the parsonage of Ballymaglassan, co. Meath, the manor of Deeps, co. Wexford, and the priory of Innistioge, co. Kilkenny. CSPI (1509‒1573) 213
CSPI
1568-9
Balmaglassan
(971). Lease … to John Thomas, esq. ; of the rectory of Balmaglassan, co. Meath. To hold for 21 years, at a rent of £20. F 1315
F
1576-7
Ballmaglassan
(2561.) Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvii.) to Michael English. Kettellwell, gent. ; of the rectory of Ballmaglassan, co. Meath. parcel of the possessions of the abbey of S. Thomas the martyr, Dublin. To hold for 21 years. Rent, £20, part in corn. Provided that he shall not alien to any except they be English both by father and mother or born in the Pale, without license under the great seal. F 2967
F
1582
Ballymaglassan (Piers or Peter Wesly)
Wesly, Piers or Peter, to be buried in Ballymaglassan, co.<br> Prerogrative Wills 483
Prerogative Wills
1584
Ballmaglassane
Lease … to Michael Kettellwell, gent.; of the rectorial tithes of the parsonage of Dunsaghlen, co. Meath, the rectorial tithes of Robertstone, the Feanestone, Great Dericke and Little Dericke excepted…and the rectory of Ballmaglassane, co. Meath, possessions of the monastery of S. Thomas the martyr, Dublin. F 4432
F
1596
Balmaglassan
Surrender by sir Henry Wallop, knt., vice-treasurer and treasurer at wars, assignee of Michael Kettelwell, gent…of the rectorial tithes of Donshaghlin (those of Robertstowne, the Fianstowne, great Derrick, and little Derrick excepted), a moiety of the tithes of the rectory of Lucan, and the rectory of Balmaglassan. With the intention of receiving a new lease F 6019
F
1596
Balmaglassan
Lease…to sir Henry Wallop, knt., vice-treasurer and treasurer at wars, and assignee of Michael Kettelwell, deceased… of the rectorial tithes of the parsonage of Donshaghlen, co. Meath, parcel of the possessions of the late monastery of S. Thomas the martyr by Dublin (the rectorial tithes of Robertstone, the Fianstone, great and little Derrick only excepted), the moiety of the tithes of the rectory of Lucan, co. Dublin, also the rectory of Balmaglassan, co. Meath F 6027
F
1597
Ballinaglassan
Grant to Sir Henry Wallopp, knight … of the parsonage of Donshaughlin … the rectorial tithes of Robertstone, Fianstone, Great Derrick and Little Derrick … the rectory, church, or chapel of Ballinaglassan, in the county of Meath, parcel of the possessions of the dissolved monastery of St. Thomas the Martyr, by Dublin; CPCR (Morrin II) 459
CPCR
1629
Ballymaglassan
Lease to Philip Fearneley of the rectory of Dunshaughlin, in the county of Meath, parcel of the possessions of the late … Monastery of St. Thomas the Martyr, by Dublin ; the rectorial tithes of Robertstowne, the Fianstown (great and little Derricks excepted) … and the rectory of Ballymaglassan, in the county of Meath CPCR (Morrin III) 449
CPCR
1629
Ballymacglasson is misrecited and called ... Ballyglasson
Philip Ferneley … holdeth by lease from us certain rectories … (the right name whereof is Ballymaglasson) is misrecited and called 456 PATENT AND CLOSE ROLLS, [1629. 5 Ballyglasson, CPCR (Morrin III) 455-6
CPCR
1836
Baile ma' glassán
"the 'a' marked pronounced like u." [.i. an chéad -a- san fhocal deiridh, féach 'ma’ glussán' LSO 294]
pl:AL Leathanach: Mí010,2
1836
Ballymaglassan
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí010,2
1836
Ballymaglosson
GJRates (Old Docket): AL Leathanach: Mí010,2
1836
Ballymaglosson
HCSV:AL Leathanach: Mí010,2
1836
Ballymaglassen
Larkin (Mí):AL Leathanach: Mí010,2
1836
Ballymaglasson
HCER 1826:AL Leathanach: Mí010,2
1836
Ballimaglasson
DS:AL Leathanach: Mí010,2
1836
Ballymaglossan
Inq. C II:AL Leathanach: Mí010,2
1836
Baile mic Glasain, 'Maglashan's town'
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí010,2

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