Glaise an Ionathair
genitive: Ghlaise an Ionathair
non-validated name (What is this?)
Closh River

Explanatory note

  • Gaeilge

    the stream of the entrails

Historical references

O Ghlaise-an-ionathar
O Ghlaise-an-ionathar as / Go Baile Daithi ó ath-thomhas / Leithead Osraidhe as é sin / Gné fan cosmhuile carthain.
Tribes Oss. Leathanach: 14
a place in Sliebleyme called Cowlishill [UF] and the brook there called Glassheneweher
COD Imleabhar: V, Iontráil: 164
Inq. Lag. Alt: 19 J I
"...from thence alonge the said mountaine downe to a little brooke called Glassynyhir and alonge the said streame running betweene the pass of Ballaghmore in the Queenes County and the lands of Cullysell..." (teorainneacha bharúntacht Bhaile an Bhriotaigh (UF)).
CS X Leathanach: 33

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