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Fennor
(English)

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53.6938, -6.53987 latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1379
Fynore near Slane
Patent Roll 2 Richard II INSPEXIMUS of the partition of the lands and tenements that belonged to Theobald Verdon made in 6 Edw. III [1332–3] and sent into the chancery of Edward III by that K.'s order, in these words … Richard Dardeis kt, who holds 3 carucates of land at Dardeestoun … Nicholas [ … ] … at Regeristoun near le Nanye … Robert Cauancye … at Gaffney … William Clifford … at Fynore near Slane … Milo Verdon … at Finore near Clatteristoun … John Whittaker … at Paynstoun near Colpe … 12½ acres of land that free tenants hold at Lynamestoun, viz. Richard Preston and other tenants … (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1401
the church of Fynnour
CPL
1409
Fynnore (1 weir near ... on the water of Boigne)
Dublin GRANT to William Stokynbrig, second engrosser of the Ex., of the following lands, viz.: 1 messuage and 2 acres of land in le [… …]; and 1 acre in Midnyghestoun; 3 acres that lately belonged to Nicholas Shorte in Dundalk; 1 messuage and 2 acres that lately belonged to the house of St Mary Magdalene near Louth; 6 acres that lately [belonged to …] in Kyllagh; 1 messuage that lately belonged to John Stanley junior in Slane; 1 messuage and 1 acres […] Knockmerk; 10 acres in Cusakestoun that lately belonged to Walter Cusak kt; 1 messuage that lately belonged to John Abbot in Skreen; 12 acres in Loghanestoun; 10 acres that lately belonged to John Waryng in Moretoun near Knockmerk; 6 acres that lately belonged to Isabelle Coke [in …]rath; 1 weir near Fynnore on the water of Boigne; 1 weir on the water of [… … …] Slane; 2 acres of in Phylipotestoun in the tenure of William Godeman; 1 messuage and 3 acres in Callan; 1 messuage and 4 acres in Cawlistoun and Brantesoun;
Cal. ICR
1419
Fynnor
Patent Roll 7 Henry V <br> By assent of John Talbot Lt and the K.'s council in Ire., GIFT and GRANT to William Stokyngbrig of the following lands; to have for life answering for the value above 5m, viz.: 1 messuage, 10 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow and 1 acre of moor late of Thomas Ohankane in ***Clone in the parish of ***Trebet;… 1 messuage and 6 acres of land late of John Darditz in Fordeston, co. Meath; 18 acres of land late of the prior of Balyberane in le Cobbragh; 1 messuage and 1 acre of land in Knokmark; 6 acres of land late of Isabell Coke in Syddanesrath; 12 acres of land in Loghaiceston; 6 acres of land late of Nicholas Clone1 in Kyllagh; a pool by Fynnor; 1 messuage and 1 acre land in le Moton; 1 messuage and 1 acre land in Mynayngeston; … 1 messuage and 2 cottages late of Nicholas Betagh in Kells; 1½ acres of land in Henryston Barret; 3s 4d p.a free rent issuing from half a carucate late of William Rendervile in Rendevileston; 2 acres of land in Philpote
Cal. ICR
1461-83
ffynore, fynnore
Nicholas Bernevall de Crikestoñ ... en ffynore iuxte Slane ... mollyne eweret en ffynore ... al frie de fynnore ... SRI Edw. IV 374-6
Stat. Rolls
1540-1
Fennor
Rectory of (John Whyte)
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1545
Fynnor
Lease to John Pluncket of Donsoghly, gent. ; of the hospital of St. John the Baptist of Neweton by Trym ; lands, Newton and the Rathe, Longwodde alias Moderve, Balreyne, Warenston, Aghir, a cart shed in Trym, Saint Johniston, Litle Moreton, Corraghton, Richardiston, Nynche, Moyaghir by Kenlys, and Cloneguffin ; rectories of Tollonoge and Fynnor, county Meath. FHen. 467
F
1566
Fennore
Lease …to Thomas Plunket, gent.; of the site of the hospital of S. John, of the Newton by Trym, the demesne lands in the Newton and the Rathe, a water mill on the Blackwater, and land in Clonguffyn, the lands of Longewood alias Moydervy, Ballereyne, and Warrenston in the parish of Knocmark, Agher in the same parish, S. Johnstowne, Littell Mooreton, Moyaughay, Coraghton, Richardston, Inche, and Moygher by Kelles, county Meath, the rectories of Tullanoge and Fennore, possessions of the said hospital ; the tithe corn of both the Loughgowres and Flemingeton, county Meath, possessions of the late monastery of Thomascort, and the lands of Kyltalle, county Meath. F 869
F
1791
Fennor (Laurence [Cruise])
Laurence [Cruise], Fennor, co. Meath, <br>. Prerogrative Wills 115
Prerogative Wills
1836
Parish of Fenor
BS:AL Leathanach: Mí090,7
1836
Fennor
Co. Map 1812:AL Leathanach: Mí090,7
1836
Fenor
GJRates (Old Docket): AL Leathanach: Mí090,7
1836
Fenor
HCSV:AL Leathanach: Mí090,7
1836
Fennor
DS:AL Leathanach: Mí090,7
1836
Fionnair, 'white plain'
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí090,7
1836
Fennor
"See Fermanagh index where this name occurs." [Nóta OD]
dúch dearg:AL Leathanach: Mí090,7

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