civil parish townland
Cill Eallóg
genitive: Chill Eallóg
(Irish)
Kerloge
(English)

Glossary

English church

Centrepoint

52.3135, -6.46129 latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1290
the church of St Aloch near Wexford ?? (Chart. Hen. II)
Hore Imleabhar: III, Leathanach: 84
1578
Killaloge
F Leathanach: 3389
1630c
Dabheocc Locha Geirc in Ulltoibh...Ionann é acus Mobeoc Ghlinne Geirg...ar mac do righ bretai .i. Bracáin mac Bracameoc agus Dina inghen righ Saxan a máthair....Mochonóc...ó Chill Mucraissi; Diraidh Eadardroma; Dubhán a Rinn, Dubhain, ailthir; Cairinne ó
FNÉ Imleabhar: I
1654-6
Killekoge
CS (LG) Leathanach: 299
1655-7
Killeloge
DS
1655c
Killeloge
DS Comp. (LG)
1655
Killelogue
Hore Imleabhar: V, Leathanach: 315
1659
Kilelloge
Cen. Leathanach: 532
1659
Kilelloge (Rathaspok)
Cen. Leathanach: 532
1660c
Killekoge (par. St. Peter’s)
BSD (LG) Imleabhar: (CS IX), Leathanach: 69 (299)
1680C
Killaloke
A Convent or Habitation for Knights Templars at Killaloke decayed
Descr. Forth Leathanach: 67
1680
A Convent or Habitation for Knights Templars at Killaloke n. Now Killiloge, vulgarly Kerlogue
Descr. Forth Leathanach: 67
1680c
There are small rivers at Killakoke...
Descr. Forth Leathanach: 60
1713
Killaloge (Archer-Stephens)
CGn. Imleabhar: 12, Leathanach: 80, Uimhir: 4478
1717
Killaloge in the Barony of Fortth (Bishop of Ferns)
CGn. Imleabhar: 23, Leathanach: 341, Uimhir: 13625
1719
Killaloge (Bp. of Ferns –Jones)
CGn. Imleabhar: 32, Leathanach: 279, Uimhir: 19732
1720
Killalogues and part of Mulganon (Jone-Bauster)
CGn. Imleabhar: 30, Leathanach: 41, Uimhir: 16279
1740
Kerloague (Sandwith)
CGn. Imleabhar: 103, Leathanach: 121, Uimhir: 70895
1794
Killouge orse Roxborough
CGn. Imleabhar: 479, Leathanach: 311, Uimhir: 306584
1813
Kerilagh (Waddy-Roberts)
CGn. Imleabhar: 662, Leathanach: 341, Uimhir: 436345
1813
Kerlogue Br.
Léars. Eastáit Cliffe (LG)
1816
Kerlogue
Gill (Wexford)
1816
Kerlogue Bridge
Gill (Wexford)
1830c
Kerlogue
TAB Imleabhar: 1
1837
Kerlogue
Top. Dict. Leathanach: 704
1837
The union of Wexford consists of the rectories of ...Killilogue or Kerlogue...
Top. Dict. Leathanach: 710
1840
Caoirleóg, 'land abounding'
OD:AL Imleabhar: 1, Leathanach (AL): 4
1840
Keerlogues
Frizells' Map 1777:AL (LG) Imleabhar: 1, Leathanach: 4
1840
Keerlogues
Frizells' Map 1777:AL (LG) Imleabhar: 1, Leathanach: 12
1840
Kerloge...About 30 paces south of the old wall there is a welland 22 yards south-east of this another called St. James’s well at which a pattern was annually held on St. James’s day...Some call this well St. Tulloge’s.
LSO (LG) Imleabhar: I, Leathanach: 375
1840
Kerlogue
BS:AL Imleabhar: I, Leathanach: 12
1840
Kerlogue
Cornwall, J.:AL (LG) Cill Eallóg
1840
Kerlogue
GJP:AL Imleabhar: 1, Leathanach: 12
1840
Kerlogue
Robinson, Rev.:AL (LG)
1840
Kerlogue
Robinson, Rev.:AL (LG)
1840
Kerlogue
TAB:AL Imleabhar: 1, Leathanach: 4
1840
Kerlogue
TAB:AL Imleabhar: 1, Leathanach: 12
1840
Kirlogue
Codd, J.:AL (LG) Cill Eallóg
1905
Killilogue, now called Kerlogue...The name. Killilogue, which may stand for the church of St. Aloch...Killeloge....belonging to John Cheevers, of Horetown, granted to the Bishp of Ferns...(85 Leigh's Notes) A convent or Habitation for Knights Templars at
Hore Imleabhar: V, Leathanach: 84

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