townland
Tóin re Gaoith
genitive: Thóin re Gaoith
non-validated name
(Irish)
Tanderagee
(English)

Glossary

tóin, tón
English bottom(-land)

Centrepoint

53.4711, -6.87191 latitude, longitude
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Archival records

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Historical references

1588
?Tonlegyge
F 5206 (6113.) Pardon to Johanna Hussey, widow of Laurence Delahide, of Moclare, esq., and all seised to her use ; of all alienations and intrusions in the manor of Moyclare, and the lands of Brynston, Gillianston, Tonlegyge, Harriston, Killan, Aishewolle, the Newton of Moyagh, Porterston, Leynaghton, Ballegortaghe, the Kemmens, the Barrocke, the Newton of Rathgerinlegilgreige, Baldongell, Myche Moygadde, little Moygadde called the Banock in the tenure of John Rochford, little Moygadd in the tenure of Thomas Talbott of Dardeston, Butlerston, and Gallo, belonging to the said manor.
F
1836
Tanderagee
"Made Ton-le-geeth in another part of this county." [Nóta OD]
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí097,26
1836
Tanderagee
BS:AL Leathanach: Mí097,26
1836
Tanderagee
Larkin (Mí):AL Leathanach: Mí097,26
1836
Tanderagee
Grand Warrant 1829:AL Leathanach: Mí097,26
1836
Tóin re gaoith, 'hill exposed to the wind,' 'podex ad ventum'
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí097,26

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