Ráth Tó
genitive: Ráth Tó
(Irish)
Ratoath
(English)

Glossary

ráth, ráith
English ring-fort

Hierarchy

county

barony

Centrepoint

53.4936, -6.44527latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1569
the parish of Ratowthe
Lease … to Edmund Fitz Alexander, gent … the tithe corn and bay of Ballyhack, in the parish of Ratowthe, county Meath, of the possessions of Thomascourt, leased by the said abbot to Richard Burford and Barnaby Kinge, 4 May, 1531, for forty one years; the rectory of Martrie, county Meath F 1438
F
1575
Rathtowth
(2268). Lease, under queen's letter, 16 Ap., 1574, to Jasper English. Horsey, esq. ; of the tithes of corn, hay, and turf, of the long tithe of the parish of Rathtowth, extending to Fidorghkerde, Henoteston, Cabbagh, Fidorgh, Richforde, the Graunge with 30 acres in Balmalaghlen, Begeston, Mollenan, Burfordes lands, Pecobeston, both the Glascanes, Raieston, Golding's land, and Rathecoules land, our Ladie land by Rywen crosse, land in Much Ballibyn in the holding of Ann Begge, co. Meath (leased by Henry, abbot of S. Thomas the martyr, xx. Hen. VIII.,… F 2579
F
1577
the rectory of Rathouthe
1577 Lease to John Bathe, of Dromconragh ; of the land, of Graungend, co. Meath, with an acre of moor in the red moor of Donshaghlen, and common of pasture in the [commons] of Graungend, lands of the Grange of Tryvet, Halton, Shanraghe, co. Meath…the tithes of Harloteston and Baltrastin, parcel of the rectory of Ratouthe, co. Meath, possessions of the lata monastery of S. Thomas the martyr, Dublin…the tithes of Roweston and Lyshianston co. Meath, parcel of the rectory of Donshaughlin, of the possessions of same…the lands of Thomaston and Galeston, co. Meath, possessions of Thomascourte. F 3126
F

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