Mullach Cló
genitive: Mhullach Cló


53.4969, -7.65572latitude, longitude
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Historical references

Grant…to Wm. Browne, of Mulranckan, co. Wexford, gent…<br> half a carucate of land in Mologhcloo…one quarter of land in Clonmikgillerowe … one quarter in Kilcrawe… one quarter in Jordanston…parcel of the lands of Oliver FitzGerald, in co. Westmeath, attainted ; the tithes of Tebehin, in said co., received by the executors of Tho. Cusacke, knt., parcel of the possessions of the monastery of Clonard…and the site of the priory of Plare alias Loghsewdie in said co. (12d.) F 5856
6320 (5125.) Livery to Francis Shane, son and heir of Nicholas Shane, late of Loughsewdye, gent. Fine £13 13s. ±d. for intrusion, and 20s. for livery. Recites an inquisition taken, 4 Jan., 1597, finding that Nich. Shane died, 6 Jan., 1556, seised of the lands of Mullaghcloe, Knockannegan, Clontigarye, Corrypoble, Mullaghneidwre, Ballihuge alias Killare, Rathcarragh, Unimoe, Gortnedohie, Clorran, Bealanenesallasagh, and Correreogh, in co. Westmeath, (four cartrons making a carucate) ; and that lady Margaret Bath alias Le Straunge, widow of Tho. Le Straunge, and formerly wife of Nich. Shane, entered into and continues to hold a third part in right of dower.—
Mullach Cló
Cló is a place-name found in the tale of the Destruction of Mac Coise's Stronghold of Clare, Co. Westmeath: Maol Milscothach deis a bó / itir Chlártha agus Chló Mologhcloo F 5856, Mullaghcloe (F) 6320, Inq. C I 128;
PN Westmeath Leathanach: 355

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