civil parish townland
Maigh Méid
genitive: Mhaigh Méid
non-validated name
(Irish)
Moymet
(English)

Glossary

maigh, magh
English plain

Centrepoint

53.5868, -6.82141 latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1385
Moyemet
Close Roll 8 Richard II <br> To the K.'s justice in Ire. ORDER to proceed in an assize of novel disseisin that William s. of Peter Butler lately sought against Roger Mortimer, John Lotterell and Thomas Comdyn concerning tenements in Dunboyne and Moyemet. (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1395
Moyemet
Close Roll 19 Richard II <br> To Peter Rowe, chief justice of the bench. Edmund [Mortimer], late earl of March and Ulster, was formerly seised in demesne as of fee of the manors of Dunboyne and Moyemet, of which he died seised. (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1540-1
Moymede.
Rectories of Donboyn &
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1540c
Moymete
Chief rent longing to the said manor [of Portlester] termely … <br> Frane … Drishok and Dirrelongan … and holdith of Portlester … Moymete … Downegany … Bridgende Asey … Leisis Landes {in Donower & Glacke Moune} … the myll of Athbowy … Bodnameston … Cowlcronan … Crobowy … Konaston … the manor of Rathmore … [[Boddlowiston]] Beddlowston iuxta Bekediew Crown Survey 296
Crown Surv.
1566
Moymede (Lease ... to Sir John Bedlowe ...)
Lease … to Sir John Bedlowe, knt.;of the rectory of Moymede, county Meath, <br> the tithes extending to Moymede, Kylbride, Fyllanston, Clonefane, Skyrowan and Robertston. F 867
F
1576-7
Moymed
Grant…to Rich. Caddell, of Moymed, gent. ; of the wardship and marriage or Bartholomew, son and heir of Nicholas Dillon, late of Keppok co. Dublin, gent. ; and custody of the lands, except those held a dower by Anne Houthe, widow of Bartholomew Dillon, father of Nicholas, valued at £17 13s. 4c/., and by Katherine RochefonL I widow of said Nicholas, valued at £6 13s. 4cZ. To hold durin* minority. F 3000
F
1578
Moymett (Lucas Dillon, of ...)
(3021.) Pardon to Lucas Dillon, of Moymett, co. Meath, km., and Tho. Dillon, of Courtowne, same co., gent.—6 Aug., xx. F 3403
F
1583
Moymet
(Laurence Taaffe)
CPCR
1583
Moymet
Grant... to Lucas Dillon, of Moymet, knt. ; of the office of seneschal of the barony of Kilkenny West, co. Westmeath F 4208
F
1585-6
Moymet
Grant…to Lawrence Taffe, of Moymet, gent. ; of a pension… for Life… In consideration of his service, and of his father having been slain by the rebels. F 4822
F
1587
Moymed
Lease …to John Dongan, gent., second remembrancer of the Exchequer ; of the rectory of Moymed, co. Meath, parcel of the possessions of the priory of Molingar, and the tithes of corn belonging to it in Moymed, Kilbride, Fylleston, Cloneffan, Strowan, and Robertiston, F 5003
F
1592
Moymet (Lucas [Dillon])
sir Lucas [Dillon], Moymet, co. Meath. <br> Prerogrative Wills 134
Prerogative Wills
1594-5
Moymet (James Dillon, of ...)
Livery to James Dillon, of Moymet, co. Meath, esq., son and heir of Lucas Dillon, knt., late chief baron. Fine, £100 sterling, and £15 for pardon of alienation and intrusions.— F 5920
F
1594
Moymed (the parish church of ...)
Grant to Piers Butler FitzEdmond, of Roscrea … the tithe of corn of the rectory or parsonage of the parish church of Moymed, in the county of Meath … parcel of the possessions of the late monastery of Saint Peter's of the Newton, near Trim … half an acre of furze, called “Maudelens land” CPCR (Morrin II) 276
CPCR
1595
Moymet (Sir Luke Dillon, of ... James, his son and heir ...)
Livery of seisin of the possessions of Sir Luke Dillon, of Moymet … James, his son and heir, in consideration of a fine of £100. — CPCR (Morrin II) 337
CPCR
1597-8
Moymete
Commission to the baron of Trimleston, James Dyllon, of Moymete, esq., and the sheriff of Meath; to execute martial law in the baronies of Lune and Navan. F 6210
F
1597-8
Moymett
Commission to Richard Brett, esq., sheriff of Meath, James Dillon, of Moymett, and Richard Barnewall, of Kilmessan, esquires : to execute martial law… for the delivery of the gaol of Tryme. Reciting that the gaol is now very much pestered with a great number of Prisoners the most part whereof are poor men such as have neither freehold nor movable goods, and that now there can be no sessions held whereby the prisoners might receive their trial by ordinary course of law. F 6214
F
1598
Moymet
Ardmollan to [ ] Bedlowston to S r To. Bedlow, Stackallan, Slane the Lords of it, Moymet to Ja. Dillon, Balldungan to the L. of Hoth, Galtrim to the Baron of it, Castle Jordan to Mr. Gifford Descript. Ir. 92.
Descr. Ir.
1598
Moymet
(Gluais) Navan — Bishop of Meath, Baron of the Novan, Js. Dillon of Moymet, Rob. Rochfort of Kilbrid, Alex. Evers of Rathtain, Rd Bellew of Bellewestown, Jn. Waffer of Gainstown, Js. Warren of Philpottstown, Js. Hill of Allenstown, Jn. Eustace of Lescartan, Rd. Misset of the same, Geo. Cusake of Rathallrone, Chr. Netterville of Black Castle, Descript. Ir. 94
Descr. Ir.
1598
Moynet (James Dillon of ...)
Justice Dillon of Newton James Dillon of Moynet Bartholemew Dillon of Riverston Dillon of Prowdeston Dillon of Harbeston Descr. Ir. 99
Descr. Ir.
1599
Moymet (James Dillon, of ...)
Conveyance whereby Richard Plunkett, of Rathmore, in the county of Meath ; Geo. Cusack, of Ratharon … Henry Plunckett, of Newton ; James Cusack, of Navan, in the county of Meath, granted and confirmed to Christopher Pluncket, of Killalon ; James Dillon, of Moymet; John Sarsfield, of Turmings; Patrick Cusack, of Rathbran, and William Wesley, of Dengen, the manors, towns, and lands of Kilskirr, Ballicullen, Milton, Ballenavilanaugh, Johnestowne, Robinston, Bolton, Harteston, Newton, of Duleke, in the county of Meath ; the mills of Drueston and Kenles … the wood of Cloncat, in the county of Meath, CPCR (Morrin II) 526-7
CPCR
1602
Moymet (Si James Dillon, of ...)
20. Commission to Thomas, Bishop of Meath ; Sir Anthony Sentleger, Master of the Rolls ; Sir James Dillon, of Moymet ; and Alexander Ivers, of Ratayne ; to appoint and limit to Walter Scurloke, of the Frayne, in the county of Meath CPCR (Morrin II) 631
CPCR
1836
Moymet
BS:AL Leathanach: Mí080,9
1836
Moymett
TAB Leathanach: Mí080,9
1836
Moymett
Co. Docket:AL Leathanach: Mí080,9
1836
Moymett
CM:AL Leathanach: Mí080,9
1836
Moymett
HCSV:AL Leathanach: Mí080,9
1836
Moymet
DS Ref.:AL Leathanach: Mí080,9
1836
Moymett
DS Map:AL Leathanach: Mí080,9
1836
Muigh Meád, 'Mead's plain'
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí080,9
1836
Muíghe méud
pl:AL Leathanach: Mí080,9
1836
Moymet
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí080,9

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