Damhliag
genitive: Dhamhliag
non-validated name
(Irish)
Duleek
(English)

Glossary

lia, liag
English stone, pillar-stone

Explanatory note

  • Gaeilge

    stone church
    dom(h), dam(h) (< domus na Laidine) + gin. uatha lia ‘stone’

Centrepoint

53.6544, -6.41235 latitude, longitude
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Historical references

920
Doimhliacc
Colggu, mac Fedaich, abb Sláine, Alldgus Chille Scíre, Aodh Ua Raithnén, sen suí Ereann, agus eccnaidh Saighre, Ferdalach, saccart Cluana mic Nóis, agus Loingseach, mac Aonaccáin, feirtíghis Doimhliacc, dég. ARÉ I-II
ARÉ
1366
Dyuelek
John Warant releases by quitclaim to John Stokys … in the vill of Dyuelek … Uimh. 237 Lch.96
Dowd. D
1374
Doulek
To the Escheator. He is informed that the king wished to be certified as to the seizure of the manors of Incheroryk, Grenmoyars, Imlagh, Stannagh, ***Lesmolyng, and two carucates of land in ***Finnore, three messuages and one carucate of land in ***Doulek, …the reversion of the manor of Lesmolyng… Rotulus Clausus 137
Rotulus Clausus
1398
St Mary's Develeke
V 190-202 To the bishop of Meath, and the abbots of St. Mary’s Kells (de Kenlis) and St. Mary’s Develeke in the diocese of Meath.
CPL
1414
Dyueleke
Thomas, son and heir of John Cruys, knight …grants to Wm. de Prestoun, merchant, burgess of Drogheda … fourth part … Manor of Dyueleke … manor of Kenlys Uimh. 385 Lch.157
Dowd. D
1418
Dublek
Elias Borlach Armagh, Meath Dublin, VII 77-88 To the official of Armagh. Mandate (at the petition of Elias Borlach, rector of St. Lonan's, Kyluelagh, in the diocese of Meath, containing that he formerly proposed to exchange the said church with Nicholas de Vallis for his canonry and prebend of Dublin; t… Walter, prior of the priory of Dublek in the said diocese, the patron, made collation and provision to John Notyngham alias Clerk, priest …
CPL
1540-1
Doilyke
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1540-1
Dueleke
(Wm. Whitte)
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1540-1
Dulyk... Dulyke
Nich. Ewstas of ...Nich. corbally, clerk, rector of...John Browne... Nich. Fowlen...
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1540-1
Dulicke
John Kerry the 'frankehousse' in
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1540-1
Dueleke
House of Nuns of Odder ...Jurors... Thos. Palmer of
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1540c
Dulyk, Dulyke,
Poss…Monasterium Sancti Nich…iuxta Excester…Dulyk…Wm. Darcy de Platen… Nich. Ewstas de Dulyke, gent, Nich. Corbally clerici …de Dulyke, Thome Hamelyn de Smetheston, gent, Wm. Byrt de Tolloge gent, Briani Byrne de Stamoly, gent, Edw. Sherley vicarii…de Ardcath, Johan. Browne de Dulyke, Nich. Fowlen de eadem, Thome Corbally de Lounderston, Thome Tuyt de Ryverston, Wm. Tanglot de Deanston, Petri Shane de Rath, Ric. Clerke de Colpe, Phip. Butterly de Marynerton clerici… Nich. Davy de Tymole, Thom. Byrne de Rathallen, Johan. Wade de Racaston, Thom. Sarcefylde de Sarcefyldeston, Edm. Dalamare de Dulyke, Johannis Halpenny de Davydston, Johan. More de Newhagard… Crown Survey 27, 28
Crown Surv.
1546-7
Dulleeke
Malafene, Dulleeke CPCR 131 Field (Pardon of Nicholas Field, of Malafene, gent, for the murder of Charles Espinall, late of Dulleeke, in the county of Month—Feb.4, 38°) Nicholas
CPCR
1551
Duleeke, Duleke
and in Duleeke, Kyllyston, Corbalye, O’Kebride, Glanluske, and the Hilton, within the parish of Duleke, in the county of Meath CPCR (Morrin) 234
CPCR
1558-9
Dueleke, Duleke
(Henry Draycott)
CPCR
1559
the rectory of Dewleke
(Henry Draycott)
CPCR
1561
Duleeke
(Nicholas Bellew. Richard Bellew, his brother)
CPCR
1569
Dulyeke, Dulyke, Dulycke
Lease … to Francis Agard, esq.; of a chief messuage and land in Carrickrogg, county Meath, land in Arberbushe, Langanan, the Westparke, land on the north of the same, land on the north of the common green of Dulyeke, Castlecolke, Cowparke, another pasture there, the parke meadow, by the site of the manor of Dulyke, the Bowglasse, Smyth's meadow, a close on the south side of the town of Longford, land on the east of Newton, land on the south of Caranston, the Maudlyn meadow in Dulycke, cottages and gardens there occupied by William Brode, Philip Hedian, Patrick Pouncerall, and George Golborne, a garden there by Ponticull, called the ...F 1458
F
1590
Duleeke
License to William Bath, of Athcarne, second justice English, of the Common Pleas, assignee of John Parker, esq. : to alienate to any, being English by both parents, the site of the priory of Duleeke, Arborbussh, Langanan, Westerparke, the common green of Duleeke, Castelcott, the Cowepark, a culverhouse, Boglas, the Smythes meadow, pasture by the town of Longford, land on the east of the Neweton, and on the south of Caranston, cottages and land in Duleke, the College yard, the Culverhouse park, land on the north of the church of Duleke, the Foxe parks, a field full of ashes 32 years growing, Atkins acre, pasture on the south of Smyth's meadow, in Duleke, and the Maudlyn meadow in Duleke, parcel of the possessions of the priory of Lanthony in England, F 5422
F
1598
Duleek, Dowleeke
(gluais) Jn. Chivers of Mastoston, Chr. Bath of Rathfeigh, Js. Dillon of Ballgath, Jn. Cusake of Cusingstone, Wal. Gowlding of Pierstone, Pat. Moore of Duleek, Rd. Plunkett of the Boles, Th. Kent of Dainstown, Th. Hamling of Smithstone, Pat. Whyte of Flemington, the Corporation of Dowleeke, Sir Jn. Bellew of Bellewstown, Sir Ed. Moore; Birt of Tullock. Descript. Ir. 94
Descr. Ir.
1598
Dewleeke
Veldon of Raffinall, Veldon of Raffen, Newtervile Drake of Drakerath, Porter of Kingstone, Wesley of Dingen, Wal of Blackhall, Bath of Rafeig, Justice Bath, Bath of Dewleeke Descr. Ir. 98
Descr. Ir.
1633c
Daimhliag
III (298-300). cathaoire Midhe, Daimhliag is Cluain Ioraird;
FFE
1670
Duleeke
19. Sir JAMES GRAHAM knt. and ISSABELL his wife, STANDISH HARTSTONG esq. and ANNE his wife, Aldn. WM. TOXTETH and JANE his wife, the three sisters and coheirs of Sir Thomas Bramhall bart.— <br>Great Streenenes als Stranerees, 105 a.—in Rathmullen, 84 a. In Cloncurr, 162 a.—in Cornellstowne, 39 a. ; bar. Moyfenragh…<br> part of ye town and lands of Duleeke> 15 a…bar. Duleeke… only use of ye heirs and assignes of ye said coheirs. ASE 223
ASE
1703
Duleeke
43. JOHN GRAHAM of Drogheda, esq., 21st June 1703; consideration…In Duleeke, 4 houses and gardens, with 17 a. ; bar. Duleek…the estate of Thomas Bellew of Gaffney, attainted. Forf. 355
Forf. Est.
1836
Daimhliag, 'a stone church'
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí036,1
1836
Parish of Duleek
BS:AL Leathanach: Mí036,1
1836
Duleek
Co. Map 1812:AL Leathanach: Mí036,1
1836
Duleek
Quit Rents (Copy):AL Leathanach: Mí036,1
1836
Duleek
GJRates (Old Docket): AL Leathanach: Mí036,1
1836
Duleek
TAB Leathanach: Mí036,1
1836
Duleek
HCSV:AL Leathanach: Mí036,1
1836
Duleek
HCER 1826:AL Leathanach: Mí036,1
1836
Duleeke
DS:AL Leathanach: Mí036,1
1836
Duleek
Inq. Eliz. I:AL Leathanach: Mí036,1
1836
Dullick
Inq. Eliz. I:AL Leathanach: Mí036,1
1836
Duleeke
Inq. J I:AL Leathanach: Mí036,1
1836
Duleeke
Inq. C I:AL Leathanach: Mí036,1
1836
Duleeke
Inq. C II:AL Leathanach: Mí036,1
1836
Duleeke
Inq. G. & M.:AL Leathanach: Mí036,1
1836
Grange of Duleek
Inq. Eliz. I:AL Leathanach: Mí036,1
1836
Du' líce
pron.:AL Leathanach: Mí036,1
1836
Duleeke; Dewleke; Duleek
Inq. Eliz. I (Archdall):AL Leathanach: Mí036,1
1911
Dú’ Liacʹ
"I heard the local pronunciation from Peter McDonagh of Somerville, Co. Meath, as Dumh Liaccʹ ("Dú’ Liacʹ" for Domh Liacc, Damh Liacc). Dúilíce given as gen. under Droichead Átha II. [.i. as LSO] seems strange."
Laoide Imleabhar: II, Leathanach: 154

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