barony
Teallach Ghairbhíth
genitive: Theallach Ghairbhíth
non-validated name
(Irish)
Tullygarvey
(English)

Glossary

English rough, rough one

Hierarchy

county

Explanatory note

  • Gaeilge

    the family, sept of Gairbhéith
    Gairbhéith — ainm pearsanta

  • English

    the family, sept of Gairbhéith
    Gairbhéith — personal name

Centrepoint

54.0523, -7.1978 latitude, longitude
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Archival records

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Historical references

1604
Tellaghgarvie
CPR Leathanach: 44a
1606
Tullaghgarvey
Inq. Ult. Leathanach: 2, Jac. I
1606
Tullaghgarvey al' Tullaghvin
Inq. Ult. Alt: 2 J 1
1609
Tullaghgarvy
Inq. Ult. App. Leathanach: 76
1621
Tullagarvie-Grelly
Inq. Ult. Leathanach: 9, Jac. I
1642
Baronry of Tullagarvey
Dep. 1641 Alt: MS 833, Fol. 6r
1685
Tullaghgarvy
Hib. Del.
1709
the Barony of Tullygarvey
Carvaghs Leathanach: 63
1836
Tellagh Gairbhed
Gairbheth, a quo Tellagh Gairbhed no Corrupté Tullaghgarvey. From this Genealogical tree it will plainly appear that the names of the greater part of the Baronies of this County are old names of tribes.
LSO (Ca) Leathanach: 42\90
1836
Tullagh-Garvey
Tullagh-Garvey of a tribe of the Munter-Malmora
LSO (Ca) Leathanach: 43\91
1836
Teallach Gairbhath now Tully Garvey
LSO (Ca) Leathanach: 12\25

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