civil parish townland
Tulach Chonóg
genitive: Thulach Chonóg
validated name
(Irish)
Tullaghanoge
(English)

Glossary

tulach, tulaigh
English hillock

Explanatory note

  • Gaeilge

    the hillock of Conóg?
    Conóg — ainm pearsanta
    Uaireanta níl a oiread fianaise ann is a chuirfidh ar ár gcumas seanainm a cheangal le hainmneacha an lae inniu. Faightear an logainm Tulach na nÓc, ‘hillock of the warriors’, i laoi Fiannaíochta sa Leabhar Laighneach (dar teideal ‘Ligi Guill i mMaig Raigni’), ach ní dhéantar aon bheachtú ar ionad na háite; in Lige Guill, The Grave of Goll (2009), measann Diarmuid Ó Murchadha gur dócha gurb ionann é agus Tulaigh Óg / Tullaghoge, par. Dhíseart Dá Chríoch, Co. Thír Eoghain. Tá áit ar a dtugtar ‘Tech Chonóg i Mide’ luaite sa lámhscríbhinn Leabhar Leacáin. Ainm naoimh ab ea Con(n)óc de réir Corpus Genealogiarum Sanctorum Hiberniae. Seans gurb é an t-ainm pearsanta úd atá caomhnaithe sa logainm seo

Centrepoint

53.5918, -6.86272 latitude, longitude
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Properties

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Archival records

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Historical references

1386
Tyllaghnok
Patent Roll 10 Richard II <br> COMMISSION by the marquis—by pledge of Nicholas Port and Nicholas Cok of co. Meath—to Philip White of Tyllaghnok of custody of the lands that belonged to John White in Balyrode, co. Meath, to have for as long [etc.], rendering [etc.]. (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1402
Tyllaghnog
Meath V 493-501 Appropriation to the prior and Crouched friars of the hospital of St. John, Newtown (Noreville) by Trym, in the diocese of Meath—to whom the late bishop Hugh granted in frankalmoign his patronage of a moiety of the parish church of Tyllaghnog in the said diocese, which moiety he appropriated to them, so that they possess it— of the said and of the other moiety, of the patronage of the lord of Tyllaghnog, the value of both not exceeding 15 marks, that of the hospital not exceeding 60. Upon the resignation or death of the rector of the said other moiety, provided that the assent of the said lord or other to whom its patronage belong be forthcoming, they may take possession of the said moieties, and cause the church to be governed by secular or religious priests, appointed and removed at the pleasure of the prior. Ad perp. Rci mem. Piis desideriis.
CPL
1403
Tillahuog
Patent Roll 4 Henry IV LICENCE, for 1m paid in the hanaper, to Thomas Daltoun chaplain to enfeoff Christopher Plunket with the manor of Tillahuog (which is held in chief of Edmund, son and heir of Roger Mortimer, late earl of March, being a minor, as of his manor of Trim); to have to him and the heirs male of his body, with successive remainders to William s. of John Plunket; Richard brother of the said William, and the heirs male of their bodies respectively; and finally to the right heirs of Richard s. of John Plunket of Beawlieu, forever. (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1461-83
Tallaghnoge
Cristofre Plunket ... de killeene ... Manres de Rathregañ ... Clamaduff, killalloñ SRI Edw. IV 150
Stat. Rolls
1461-83
Tallaghnoge
Esmond Plunket ... frere et heir a Cristofre Plunket ... de Killene ... lez Manre de Tybermessan, Kyllalown, Tallaghnoge, Clamaduff ... Manre de Trym ... Manre de Rathregañ ... Mane de Rathtouth ... Manre de Kylleyn ... Perstoñ iuxe kenlys SRI Edw. IV 670-2
Stat. Rolls
1545
Tollonoge
Lease to John Pluncket of Donsoghly, gent. ; of the hospital of St. John the Baptist of Neweton by Trym ; lands, Newton and the Rathe, Longwodde alias Moderve, Balreyne, Warenston, Aghir, a cart shed in Trym, Saint Johniston, Litle Moreton, Corraghton, Richardiston, Nynche, Moyaghir by Kenlys, and Cloneguffin ; rectories of Tollonoge and Fynnor, county Meath. FHen. 467
F
1550
Tullaghnonge, Tullaghoge
CPCR (Morrin) 204 (62. Pardon of Ellen Barnewall, widow of the Lord Killene; Jenette Plunkett, of Tullaghnonge, widow; and Christopher Plunkett, son of Sir John Plunket, late Lord of Killene, for entering into possession of the Manors of Killalon, Tullaghoge, and Clonmaduffe, in the county of Meath, without licence of the Crown—Dublin, June 7.)
CPCR
1566
Tullanoge
Lease …to Thomas Plunket, gent.; of the site of the hospital of S. John, of the Newton by Trym, the demesne lands in the Newton and the Rathe, a water mill on the Blackwater, and land in Clonguffyn, the lands of Longewood alias Moydervy, Ballereyne, and Warrenston in the parish of Knocmark, Agher in the same parish, S. Johnstowne, Littell Mooreton, Moyaughay, Coraghton, Richardston, Inche, and Moygher by Kelles, county Meath, the rectories of Tullanoge and Fennore, possessions of the said hospital ; the tithe corn of both the Loughgowres and Flemingeton, county Meath, possessions of the late monastery of Thomascort, and the lands of Kyltalle, county Meath. F 869
F
1570-1
Tolghynoge
1696 (1263.) Pardon to James Plunket, of Tolghynog, co. Meath, lord of Killen ; indicted of treason under Poyning'.s law, for hanging Edmund roe O'Doghirtie, of Tolghynog, horsekeeper, the 10 January, xii. On petition of the lords in parliament. J Fine £200. Signed 15 Aug., 1570—15 Feb., xiii. F 1696
F
1638
Tulchanoge
Gerrald’ Pluncket de Drombaragh pcell’ ter’ vocat’ Skurlog’s land, Gerrald’ Pluncket, in mortag’, de vil…de Moate, Curragh, Rathenrick, Cabragh, Cornesanse & Loghan…qu’ tenuit a Gerrald’ Mape de Maperath…vil’…de Destenrath… Maner’ de Killallon, Tulchanoge, Clonmaduffe & Kilsker… maner’ de Rathregan…in Moate, Curragh, rathenrick, Cabragh, Cornesanse, Loghan, Drumbaragh, Scurlog’s land & [ ] Inq.CI 137
Inq.
1836
Tulloghanoge
CM:AL Leathanach: Mí113,3
1836
Tul-lagh-an-ogue
pron.:AL Leathanach: Mí113,3
1836
Tobar nua glas, 'new green well'
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí113,3
1836
Tullaghanoge
"Call the well Tobernuaglass." [Nóta OD]
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí113,3
1836
[Tullaghanoge]
"…stands a well…"
Desc. Rem.:AL Leathanach: Mí113,3
1836
Tobar nuadhglas
pl:AL Leathanach: Mí113,3
1836
Tullahanoge
DS Map:AL Leathanach: Mí113,3
1836
Tullaghanogue
BS:AL Leathanach: Mí113,3
1836
Tullaghanoge
Co. Docket:AL Leathanach: Mí113,3
1836
Tullaghanogue
Half Yearly Abstract by Presentment:AL Leathanach: Mí113,3

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