Coill Fhallúin
genitive: Choill Fhallúin
non-validated name
(Irish)
Killallon
(English)

Glossary

coill, coillidh, coillte, coille
English wood

Hierarchy

county

barony

Centrepoint

53.6772, -7.0666latitude, longitude
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Archival records

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Historical references

1302-6
Kyllallwyn
Kyllallwyn, Demor (267), Loucherene, Drumsavony... (268)
CDI
1385
Killaloun
Patent Roll 9 Richard II <br> PRESENTATION to Adam del Naas, archdeacon of Kells, diocese of Meath, and keeper [of the spiritualities etc.], of Thomas Everdoun to the church of ***Killaloun, in that diocese, vacant by the resignation of Conrad Westenefeld. (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1388
Killaloun, Kyllaloun
Patent Roll 12 Richard II <br> Robert Tuite kt, John Gybbinagh and Adam Ive chaplains acquired from William Tuite of Killaloun the manors of Kyllaloun, Fynnath and Castelcorre, co. Meath, which were held in chief of Roger [Mortimer], e. March, a minor in the K.'s custody, to hold to them and their heirs of the said earl and his heirs by due and accustomed services forever, and they entered the same without having obtained the K.'s licence. It was testified before the Jcr and council that the said manors were destroyed and wasted. (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1396
Killalon
1396 To the abbot of Novan ...John Okearwill, priest... the church of Killalon, IV 313-314
CPL
1414
Killalon (John Okaerwillis... rector ...)
VI 474-476 To the bishop of Aosta (Augusten.), the dean of Dublin and the archdeacon of Kildare. Mandate, as below. The petition of John Okaerwillis, asserting himself to be rector of the parish church of Killalon in the diocese of Meath, contained that he canonically obtained the said church on its voidance by the death of Peter Welden, and that after he had held possession for some time Comedinus Makruerch, priest, of the said diocese,
CPL
1461-83
killalloñ
Cristofre Plunket ... de killeene ... Manres de Rathregañ, Tallaghnoge, Clamaduff ... SRI Edw. IV 150
Stat. Rolls
1461-83
Kyllalown
Esmond Plunket ... frere et heir a Cristofre Plunket ... de Killene ... lez Manre de Tybermessan ... Tallaghnoge, Clamaduff ... Manre de Trym ... Manre de Rathregañ ... Mane de Rathtouth ... Manre de Kylleyn ... Perstoñ iuxe kenlys SRI Edw. IV 670-2
Stat. Rolls
1530
Killallon (Christopher Plunket of ... called Christopher Kegh, illegitimate s. of Thomas Plunket late of Loghcrew))
Exchequer. Jurors:—Walter Starkey of Nynche, Mathew Bathe of Bessheleston, William Richyn of Glascarn, Thomas Corbally of Dunshaghlyn, Nicholas Tuyt of Frayne, John Nugent of Balrathnesly, Robert Crompe of Marscaleston, Nicholas Mole of Martineston, Nicholas Ford of Fordeston, James Begge of Moyaghie, Richard Bertram of Rathouth & John Coyne of Grenoke. Christopher Plunket of Killallon, (2) called Christopher Kegh,(3) illegitimate s. of Thomas Plunket, late of Loghcrew, had on 25 Nov 1522, the date of his outlawry, 3 cows worth 6s.8d each, 2 horses worth 6s.8d. each, 7 pigs worth 12d. each, 2a. corn worth 3s.4d. an acre, & 2a. oats worth 3s4d. an acre, & a 30 farm of 80a. in Ballenekyll(4) & Shancoxe, part of the manor of Killallon, co. Meath, held from John Plunket, Lord Kyllen, for 16 years from 10 Sept 1526 at 4m. p.a. & worth 3s.4d. more than that. The 3s.4d. are therefore taken into the King's hand.
Cal. Inq.
1550
the Manors of Killalon, Tullaghoge, and Clonmaduff
(Pardon of Ellen Barnewall, widow of the Lord Killene; Jenette Plunkett, of Tullaghnonge, widow; and Christopher Plunkett, son of Sir John Plunket, late Lord of Killene, for entering into possession of the Manors of… )
CPCR Leathanach: 203
1578
Kilalone (Tho. Plunkett, of ...)
Pardon to...Tho. Plunkett, of Kilalone, gent., Edw. Plunkett, of Croskiell, horseman...Alexander Plunkett, Kilalone, horseman, John O Gibney, of same, Christopher Plunkett, of Boles, Nich. Plunkett, of Disertkearane, Christopher Plunkett, of Balgry...Walter Plunkett, of Hamlenston, husbandman... Farrull O Gibne, of Newton, husb., John Plunkett. Of Balrath, horseman, Tho. O Gibne, of Loughcree, kern, Patr. Gilsenane, of Kenecheme, husb., all in same co. The pardon not to extend co anyone who was at the abduction of Katherin. daughter of Walter Gowlding, of the Grange, co. Dublin, or the killing of Donnell Ovogherye.— F 3304
F
1582
Killalon
Pardon to Tho. Pluncket, of Killalon, co. Meath, gent,, Tho. M'Caffrey, Patr. M'Caffrey, Patr. Gibney, Wm. Fay, James Fay, Rob. Faye, Hubert Faye, of the same... horsemen.— F 3915
F
1583
Killallen (Tho. Plunkett, of ...)
Commission to Chr., visc, of Gormanston… Tho. Plunkett, of Killallen, Rob. Barnwell, of Moylagh, Oliver Tuit, of Balliasney, Wm. Flemminge, of Stephenson, Patr. Whit, of Clongell, Wm. Veldon, of Rathfine, and Tho. Darsey, of Donowe ; F 4149
F
1584
Kyllallon
Commission to ...Tho. Plunket, of Kyllallon, F 4461
F
1584
Kyllallon
Commission to ...Tho. Plunket, of Kyllallon, F 4461
F
1599
Killalon (Christopher Pluncket, of ...)
Conveyance whereby Richard Plunkett, of Rathmore, in the county of Meath ; Geo. Cusack, of Ratharon … Henry Plunckett, of Newton ; James Cusack, of Navan, in the county of Meath, granted and confirmed to Christopher Pluncket, of Killalon ; James Dillon, of Moymet; John Sarsfield, of Turmings; Patrick Cusack, of Rathbran, and William Wesley, of Dengen, the manors, towns, and lands of Kilskirr, Ballicullen, Milton, Ballenavilanaugh, Johnestowne, Robinston, Bolton, Harteston, Newton, of Duleke, in the county of Meath ; the mills of Drueston and Kenles … the wood of Cloncat, in the county of Meath, CPCR (Morrin II) 526-7
CPCR
1602
Killalone (Nich. Gibnie, of ...)
Pardon to…Phelim O Reilie, of Clonebreny, co. Meath, John Plunckett fitz Tho., of the Novan, same co., Oliver Plunckett fitz Chr., of Kells, same co., Brien M'Shane, of Ballennucke, same co., Patr. Linch m'Cale duffe, of Kilskyrr, same co., Nich. Gibnie, of Killalone, same co., Cale and Hugh m'Mullmorie O Reilie, of Castelcorr, James Dalie m'Teig, of Balltrasnie, F 6661
F
1609
Killaloone
Grant …to Christ. Baron of Killine…waste messuages in Killaloone in Burges-street…Ballrantagh…Walterston… Horeston acre, Grange Kilgawen ors. Kiltall, Kilgawen, a waste backside in the Glanne, Bolbane ors. Blokbane, called the College land... CPR 149
CPR
1618
Killallon
Pardon of alienation with respect of the lands following…the manor of Killallon, Galboystown, Siraghton, Newton, Ginbevamon, Ratherclin, in Coriston, Aghaston, Martinston, Glancha; all being parcel of the manor of Killallon… CPR 408-9
CPR
1622
Killallon
Joh’ Plunckett nup de Loughcrewe, defunct’, 136 acr’ ter’ …in Telton… concessit …Tho’ Plunckett de .
Inq.
1628
Killallone
Fuit de vil’ … de Harteston … 30 acr’ in ...Kenanston in …Kells… Killallone (Jac’ Pluncket) Inq.CI 38
Inq.
1630c
? i cCaille Follamhain
Caomhan brec, o Ros each, i cCaille Follamain i Midhe ... MF 14. 248.
FNÉ
1637
Killallon
Nic’ Pluncket de killallon & Alex’ Pluncket de Killeene…Inq.CI 135
Inq.
1638
Killallon
Gerrald’ Pluncket de Drombaragh pcell’ ter’ vocat’ Skurlog’s land, Gerrald’ Pluncket, in mortag’, de vil…de Moate, Curragh, Rathenrick, Cabragh, Cornesanse & Loghan…qu’ tenuit a Gerrald’ Mape de Maperath…vil’…de Destenrath… Maner’ de Killallon, Tulchanoge, Clonmaduffe & Kilsker… maner’ de Rathregan…in Moate, Curragh, rathenrick, Cabragh, Cornesanse, Loghan, Drumbaragh, Scurlog’s land & [ ] Inq.CI 137
Inq.
1642
Killalton (Robbart Plunckett now of ...)
fol. 168r <br> I Thomas Keble Kebble of the Parish of Diamor in the halfe Barony of Fore … Richard ffitz Oliuer Plunkett of Domolarran … Garrett Plunkett of the Carrig gent … John Dowdall of Ballinlogh gentleman & Richard Balfe of Edenburt g en tleman & Oliuer Balfe of Peppers towne gentleman … John Heny of Diamore …Christofer Plun kett mcThomas of Clonybrery in the Barony of ffoore and County aforesaid, Richard Plunckett of Donnycarran gentleman, Robbart <B> Plunckett now of Killalton gentleman … Tho: Keble Jurat 26 May 1642 Depositions MS 816, fols 168r-169v
Dep. 1641
1654
Killallon
(Christopher Earle of Fingall, Ir Papt)
CS V Leathanach: 259
1655-7
Killallon Parrish, Killallon towneland
DS(TCD)
1655-7
The Towneland of Killallon (Earle of Fingall)
1600 [Acres]/
DS (P, TCD)
1660c
Kilallon
BSD Leathanach: 102
1666
Killallon
(Half-Foure agus kells)
ASE Leathanach: 81a
1680
Killallon
Arthur Earl of Anglesey [Arthur Annesley]…Killallon, 1,600 a…Gibstowne and Troystowne, 509 a…in Great Donnogh-Patrick, 175 a…bar. Half-Fore and Kells, same co. ASE 81
ASE
1714
Killalan
Theophilus [Harrison], rector of Killalan. <br> Prerogrative Wills 220
Prerogative Wills
1812
Killallen
Larkin (Mí)
1836
Killallon R
Beaufort:AL Leathanach: Mí057,1
1836
Killallon R
Carlisle Top Dic:AL Leathanach: Mí057,1
1836
Killallon R
Ir. Eccles. Rpt 1824:AL Leathanach: Mí057,1
1836
Killallon
Eccles. Annals 1676:AL Leathanach: Mí057,1
1836
Killallan
Thompson Stat. Survey:AL Leathanach: Mí057,1
1836
Killallow;Killalue
BS (Jones):AL (Mí) Leathanach: Mí057,1
1836
Killalue ph
HCSV:AL Leathanach: Mí057,1
1836
Killallon ph
HCPR 1824:AL Leathanach: Mí057,1
1836
Killallan R
Seward Top. Hib.:AL Leathanach: Mí057,1
1836
Killalon
Bar Cess Coll.:AL (Mí) Leathanach: Mí057,1
1836
Killalon
HCER 1826:AL Leathanach: Mí057,1
1836
Killallon
DS:AL Leathanach: Mí057,1
1836
Killallon
Inq. J I:AL Leathanach: Mí057,1
1836
Killallone
Inq. C I:AL Leathanach: Mí057,1
1836
Killalon
Inq. C I:AL Leathanach: Mí057,1
1836
Killaloone
Inq. Eliz. I:AL Leathanach: Mí057,1
1836
Cill Dhaluain, 'Daluan's church'
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí057,1
1836
Cill Dhallain, 'Cella Sancti Dallani'
[scriosta]
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí057,1
1836
Cill a luain
pl:AL Leathanach: Mí057,1
1836
Killallon
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí057,1

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