towncivil parish
Cluain Ioraird
genitive: Chluain Ioraird
validated name
(Irish)
Clonard
(English)

Glossary

cluain, cluaine
English meadow, pasture

Centrepoint

53.4598, -7.01029latitude, longitude
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Historical references

800
[gin] Cluana Ioraird
Dubhdabhoirenn Ua Dubhain, abb Cluana Ioraird,
ARÉ
970
Cluain Ioraird
9237 Cluain Ioraird, Fobhar, Lann Eala, agus Disert Tola 9238 do losccadh agus do argain lá Domhnall, mac Murchadha.
ARÉ
993
Cluain Ioraird
Cluain Ioraird agus Cenandus do arccain lá Gallaibh Atha cliath.
ARÉ
1114
Cluain Ioraird
Fobhar Fheichín, Cluain Ioraird, Ceall Beneóin, Cunga, 14366 Ceall Chuilinn, Ceall Caindigh, agus Ard Pátraicc, do losccadh 14367 uile an bhliadhainsi.
ARÉ
1407
Clonard (St. Peter's ...)
VI 116-125 To the bishops of Veszprém and Kildare, and the abbot of St. Peter's, Clonard, in the diocese of Meath. Mandate to collate and assign to Nicholas Vale, clerk, of the diocese of Meath— who lately received papal dispensation, as the son of a priest and an unmarried woman, to be promoted to all, even holy orders and hold a benefice even with cure—the rectory, of lay patronage, value not exceeding 10 marks, of Hachyr in the said diocese, so long void, by the death of William Edward, that its collation has lapsed by the Lateran statutes to the apostolic see. Vite etc. (Pro deo.)
CPL
1409
Clonarde
Margaret Tuyt, Augustinian nun Meath VI 140-160 To Margaret Tuyt, Augustinian nun of St. Mary's, Clonarde, in the diocese of Meath. Dispensation, as the daughter of an unmarried man and an unmarried woman related in the third and fourth degrees of kindred, to hold any dignity, even that of abbess, administrations and offices of her order. Religionis zelus, vite etc.
CPL
1540-1
Clonard
(Richard Dayly)
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1540-1
Cloynard
Approp. Rectories; Church of the BVM of Trym. .Rathnally, Creororge. Kyldalk...
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1540-1
Cloneard
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1541-42
Clonarde
Balibogan, and the late abbey of Clonarde, with all the messuages adjacent; and of all the manors, lands and liberties of Ballybogan, Henriyston, otherwise Balynakill, Knockangowle, Kyllnedoboriayghe, Kylloskny, Balokestie, Cardonyston, Clonarde, Igyllglashe, Balynlug, Bally nisagha, Kylerieny, Kylcalleyn, and Teboyne,in the county of Meath, CPCR 85 (Morrin) Bermingham (Grant to Sir William Bermingham, and the heirs male of his body, of the title and dignity of Baron of Carbrie, in the county of Kildare; with a grant of the site of the late priory of Balibogan, and the late abbey of Clonarde, with all the messuages adjacent; and of all the manors, lands and liberties… belonging to the said monasteries ,' To hold to the said Earl and the heirs male of his body by knight service, that is to say, by a third part of one knight’s fee. Rent by the name of one-twentieth part, £4 38. 4d.—Ju-ne 17, 33°) William
CPCR
1541
Clonard
Grant to William Bermyngham, knight, and the heirs male of his body ; of the dignity of baron of Carbrie ; also the site of the monastery of Ballybogan, county Meath ; the site of the abbey of Clonard, county Meath ; lands of Ballybogan, Henrieston alias Balnekyll, Knockangowle, Kylnedoboraghe, Kylloskilling, Ballokestie, Cardonston, Clonard, Kylclashe, Ballinlug, Ballyensagha. Kilreney, Kiltaleyn, and Toboyne, and the tithes of Toboyn. FHen. 197
F
1541
Clonard
Grant to William Bermyngham, knight, and the heirs male of his body ; of the dignity of baron of Carbrie ; also the site of the monastery of Ballybogan, county Meath ; the site of the abbey of Clonard, county Meath ; lands of Ballybogan, Henrieston alias Balnekyll, Knockangowle, Kylnedoboraghe, Kylloskilling, Ballokestie, Cardonston, Clonard, Kylclashe, Ballinlug, Ballyensagha. Kilreney, Kiltaleyn, and Toboyne, and the tithes of Toboyn. FHen. 197
F
1541
Clonard
Grant to William Bermyngham, knight, and the heirs male of his body ; of the dignity of baron of Carbrie ; also the site of the monastery of Ballybogan, county Meath ; the site of the abbey of Clonard, county Meath ; lands of Ballybogan, Henrieston alias Balnekyll, Knockangowle, Kylnedoboraghe, Kylloskilling, Ballokestie, Cardonston, Clonard, Kylclashe, Ballinlug, Ballyensagha. Kilreney, Kiltaleyn, and Toboyne, and the tithes of Toboyn. FHen. 197
F
1542
Cloynard
(236). Lease to Thomas Agarde, of Bectyff, gent. ; of lands in Trym, Ladyrathe, Grange of Trym, Rathnally, Creroke, Freffane, Richardeston, Ardcraghe, Chanonton, Stonehall, Rocheton, Ryngelston, Rathkenny, and Wodton, rectories of B.V.M. of Trym, [Kildalke], Cloynard, the Grange alias West Grange, and . Balnecloighe, county Meath, possessions of the late abbey of the B.V.M. of Trym. FHen. 318
F
1547
Clonards (Callaghton, near...)
Odder, Callaghton near Fowyr, and near Kells, the Nuns Park, Skryne, Callaghton, near Clonards, and the rectory of Odder, in the county of Meath. CPCR 134 (Surrender of the convent of Saint Brigide of Odder, of the Order of Saint Augustine, in the county of Meath, by Margaret Shyke, Abbess, with the consent of the Convent ; and of the church, be fry, and cemetery, and all its possessions ; the lands of Odder, Callaghton, near Fowyr, and near Kells , the Nuns Park, Skryne, Callaghton, near Clonards, and the rectory of Odder, in the county of Meath. Dated in the Chapter-house, July 16, 31°.)
CPCR
1547
Clonard
Kyllglas, in the county of Meath, with certain customs, duties, and ploughdays 3 Ballinemalaghe, the manor of Ballybogan, in the county of Meath ; Harrieston, Knockawole, Kylloskillan, and Killadobraghe, the manor of Clonard, in the county of Meath ; Kyltellan, Toboyen, in the county of Meath; CPCR (Morrin) 171 Brimingham(roo. Pleas held at Dublin in Michaelmas term, 2° Edward VI., reciting an inquisition taken at Lexlepe, in the county of Kildare, on Thursday, 2° Edward VI,, before James Fitzgerald, Eschaetor, by virtue of a writ “de diem clausit extrcmum,” by which it was found that Sir William Brimingham, late Baron of Carbry, died seized in his demesne, as of fee tail, of the lands of Koyllybal— lylugge, Ballynafaghe, Cornemocloghe, and Kylrane, parcel of the possessions of the late monastery of Clonard, in the county of Kil dare, Kyllglas, in the county of Meath, with certain customs, duties, and ploughdays 3 Ballinemalaghe, the manor of Ballybogan, in the county of M
CPCR
1550
Clonard
Pardon to Rich. Bremegham, of Clonard, co. Meath, Andrew [Bremegham,] of same, Redmond Simeon, of Temon, same co., and Theobald Leynaghe, of Boylnebraky, same co., kerns. F 6801
F
1551
Clonarde
CPCR (Morrin) 237 25. Pardon of Robert Barnewall, of Dublin, gent. ; Marcus Barnewall, of Loughgorne, gent., and Anne Plunket, his wife; Thomas Fitzsymons, of Swordes, gent.; William Calfe, of Mucclone, gent; ***Andrew Leynaghe, of Clonarde, chaplain ; Thomas Bocum, Rector of Bewlye; Thomas Plunket, of Napton, gent., Richard Wyle, of Knockmark, gent. ; and John Reede, of little Leghgoure, O husbandman.—May 29, 5 .
CPCR
1553
Cloneard, and Calliaghton of Cloneard
CPCR
1562
Clonard
(Presentation of Morianus O'Carbory to the Vicarage of…vacant by the decease of Henry M‘Kyrraught)
CPCR
1565
Clonard (Morianus or Molronowe O'Carbie, vicar of ...)
(5638). Grant of English liberty to Morianus or Molronowe O'Carbie, vicar of Clonard, co. Meath, and his issue.— 1 December, viii. F 783
F
1584
Clonearde
Clonearde (John Cusake, of … son of Sir Thomas Cusake, formerly of Lesmollen…), Castlericard (Christopher Morgan Kynsellagh, of …) CPCR (Morrin II) 71
CPCR
1588-9
Clonarde
Lease…to Henry Stanley, of Crosse Hall, co. Lancaster, esq. ; of the rectories of the B. V. M. of Trym, and Kildalkie, and two parts of the tithes and altarages of the rectory of Clonarde, co. Meath, possessions of the late abbey of the B. V. M. of Trym. F 5305
F
1594
Clonard
Grant…to Wm. Browne, of Mulranckan, co. Wexford, gent 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
F
1594
Clonard
Pardon to Laurence Hamonde, of Trym, gent., James Walshe, of Clonard, co. Meath, gent., George Lull, of Ballenevony, co. Meath, and Rory Eynos, of Dallestowne, co. Meath, gent. F 5886
F
1598
Clonard
Peter Lynam of Frefans, Wm MacEvoy of Balleneskeagh, Edm. Keeting of Possickstown, Christ. Leins of Crobey, Edm. Darcy of Clondaly, Rd Gifford of Castle Jordan, Sir Ed. FitzGerald of Teighcroghan, Gerald FitzGerald of Moylagh, Ed. Aylmer of the same, Pat. Cusake of Clonmaghan, Hen. Burnell of Castle Richard, Edm. Darcy of Jordanstown, Hen. Kinge of Ardnemollen, Gregory Cole of Clonard Descr. Ir. 95-96
Descr. Ir.
1598
Cloneard
Cusack of Trubloy Cusack of Cloneard Cusack of Clomochain Descr. Ir. 97
Descr. Ir.
1598
Clonard
Licence to Thomas, Bishop of Meath, and his clergy, to alienate and convey to Edward Loftus, son of Adam, Lord Archbishop of Dublin, the manor of Killyan, Molrich, Ardrellicke, Clonard, Monenigalliagh, Rosan, with their appurtenances, with the mill and watercourse, and all tenements, rents, services, heriots, and customs, to the manor or town of Killian belonging ; To hold for ever CPCR (Morrin II) 496
CPCR
1602
Clonarde
Lease to Thomas Asshe, esq. ; of the rectories of the B.V.M. of Trim, and Kildalkie, and two parts of the tithes of the rectory of Clonarde, co. Meath, of the possessions of thelate abbey of the B.V.M. of Trim ; the tithes of the town of Galtrim, co. Meath, parcel of the rectory, and two parts of the tithes of turf there, of the possessions of the late monastery of S. Peter of the Newtoune by Trim ; the tithes and altarages of the rectory of the Newetoune by Trim, and the tithes and altarages of Rathenally, co. Meath, and the lands of Brounstoune and Hoaretowne, co. Meath, of the possessions of the late monastery of S. Thomas the martyr, Dublin ; two houses in the Navan, co. Meath, of the possessions of David Sutton, attainted… F 6643
F
1602-3
Clonard
Pardon to Chr. Nugent, of Moyrathe, esq….Peter Merryman, of Croboy, Wm. Darcy, Brasell Foxe, and Morris O Doran, of same, Stephen Dowdall, of Athboye, Alexander Dowdall, of same, Peter Lawles, of Croboy, Edm. Lawles, of same, Jenet Rocheford, of Donowre, Rob. Darcye, of Prestoun, Rich. Quyn, of same, Giles Darcy, of Castle Rickard, George Darcy, of Killihan, Walter M'Gniove, of same, Wm. Shill, of Clonard, and Philip Bradie, of Ballyknock, gent. Intrusion on crown lands and debts to the crown excepted.—28 March, xlv. F 6778
F
1633c
Cluain Ioraird
III (298-300). cathaoire Midhe, Daimhliag is Cluain Ioraird;
FFE
1642
Clonard
fol. 129r <br> Myles Pemberton of Longwood in the parish of Clonard … was robbed and dispoyled of goods of … Of money disbursed in mortgages … Due vpon the inhabitants of Castlerickard … the inhabitants of Killian …Clondalie … Due vpon Christopher Lyens of Croboy … All those abouesaid looses sustayned by the meanes of Barnabie Scurlocke of Scurlockston Christopher Plunckett of Longwood Henrie Griffin of Ballenekill Gerrald Mape of MapeRath Teig Connor of Clonmorele …Revolters from the protestant religion since this last rebellion were those vizt William Snape of Killion… William Salter of Castle=richard Depositions MS 816, fols 129r-130v
Dep. 1641
1642
Clenard hill, Clenard
fol. 162r <br> Mary ffrancis Mary Hall of Clenard hill … my Landlord Richard ffox inhabiting neere the church of Clenard … of Clenard & Edmund o ffarell of & Walter Darsy of Lenah Cally o duffe & Garrett o ffarrell of all of them most commonly inhabiting in the parish of Clenard Depositions MS 816, fols 162r-163v
Dep. 1641
1667
Clounade als. Clounard
30. SAMUEL WILLSON gent.—Rahinstowne alias Eagarrow, 316 a… bar. Moyfenrath, co. Meath. 31. FRANCIS JACKSON.— Part of Cluonade alias Clounard, 163 a… ASE 129
ASE
1745
Clonard (Edw. [Crofton])
Edward [Crofton], Clonard, co. Meath <br> Prerogrative Wills 112
Prerogative Wills
1770
Clonard (Stephen Bootle)
Bootle, rev. Stephen, vicar of Clonard Prerogrative Wills 44.
Prerogative Wills
1836
Clonard
GJ Warrant 1835:AL Leathanach: Mí016,1
1836
Clonard
HCER 1826:AL Leathanach: Mí016,1
1836
Clonard
Inq. J I:AL Leathanach: Mí016,1
1836
Clonard
Inq. C I:AL Leathanach: Mí016,1
1836
Clonard
Inq. Eliz. I (Archdall):AL Leathanach: Mí016,1
1836
Clonard
Inq. H (Archdall):AL Leathanach: Mí016,1
1836
Cluain Ioraird, 'Irard's lawn or meadow'
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí016,1
1836
Clonard
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí016,1
1836
Cluanarard
dúch:AL Leathanach: Mí016,1
1836
Clunart…
Camden 1637:AL Leathanach: Mí016,1
1836
Clonard
HCSV:AL Leathanach: Mí016,1
1836
Clonard
Thompson Stat. Survey:AL Leathanach: Mí016,1
1836
Clonard
Beaufort Map & Memoir:AL Leathanach: Mí016,1
1836
Clonarde
DS:AL Leathanach: Mí016,1
1840
Gurthacoolrisk
Rev. Dean Holmes.:AL
Finné:AL

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