Martra
genitive: Mhartra
(Irish)
Martry
(English)

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53.6789, -6.80855latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1388
Martry
Patent Roll 12 Richard II. COMMISSION, by mainprize of Richard Talbot of Moyrath and Walter Dexcestre of co. Meath, to Peter Rowe of custody of the manor of Martry [del Martry], co. Meath. (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1415
Matry
Patent Roll 3 Henry V <br> PARDON to William, son and heir of John Darcy, of all manner of intrusions, abatements [etc.] in and of the manors of Matry and Platyn, co. Meath, (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1540-1
V. with r. of Marterye... Martery
(Thos. Barby)
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1540-1
Martry.
Thos. Barby, the tithes of
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1569
Martrie
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
1572
Martirie
Pardon to Richard Fitz Nicholas Plunket. of Martirie, co. Meath, gent., Dowlin O'Murren, of Ballymyhan, same co., kern, Katherine Walshe, his wife, and Peter O'Lenan, of Ballymyhan, same co., cottier. Security as in 897. Fine 20*. F 2159
F
1572-3
Martrie
2194 (557G.) License to Christopher Fagane, of Dublin, merchant, assignee of Edmund Fitz Alexander under No. 1811 ; to alienate, to any being English by both parents, the tithes altarages and manse of the parish of Martrie, co. Meath; F 2194
F
1573
Martry
Lease, under commission, 15 Jan., xv., to William English. Hill, of Aleinston, co. Meath, gent. ; of the tithes of corn and hay of the parish of Martry, co. Meath, with altarages oblations and manse, possessions of the late hospital of S. John of Jerusalem. To hold for 21 years, rent <£13 6s. Sd. Not to assign without license, nor to let to any but of English nation. F 2316
F
1578
Martrie
Surrender by William Hill, of Alleneston, co. Meath, gent. ; of the tithes of the rectory of Martrie, co. Meath, held under lease No, 2316. F 3251
F
1578
the parish church of Martrye
… to Wm. Hill, of Allenston, co. Meath, gent.; of the tithes of com and hay of the parish church of Martrye, co. Meath, with the altarages and mansion house, parcel of the possessions of the late hospital of S. John of Jerusalem in Ireland. F 3298
F
1590
Marterye
Lease …to sir Patr. Barnewall, of Gracedewe, co. Dublin, knt. ; of the town and rectory of Marterye, co. Meath, parcel of the possessions of the late house of S. John of Jerusalem in Ireland. To hold for 40 years from the expiration of a lease to Wm. Hill…Rent, £15 4s. Sd. F 5426
F
1616
Martery
(Grant…to Patrick fBarnewall, knt.) The rectory and tithes of Girley…Martery CPR 303-4
CPR
1623
Martry
Pceptor’ de Kilmainham…Grenocke…rector’ de Martry & Girley…Greenocke (Patric’ Barnewall…Nic’ Barnewall est ejus fil’ & her)) Inq.JI 62
Inq.
1654
Martry
CS V
1667
Martry
40. Sir THOMAS ADAMS, Sir CHRIST’ PACK, SAM HASSALL and ROBERT WINCH, esqrs., Drapers of London . SAM'- DESBOROUGH of Elsworth, co. Cambridge, and ROSE his wife. — Tankardstowne (part), 278 a…Castlemartin, 183 a…Betaghstowne, 153 a…Aganstowne alias Athgaine (part)', 27 a. Martry, 394 a…Fennockstowne, 235 a…bar. Navan, co. Meath—to hold the first four denominations to Rose, for life; rem* to the four first, in trust for the Company of Drapers m London, for ever; if to hold the last two to Rose for life, in case Nich’ Darcy of Platten, y‘ elder, shall so long live [ ] to the four first, in trust for said Company, during y that of ye said Darcy and no longer. ASE 125
ASE
1836
Martree
HCER 1826:AL Leathanach: Mí098,26
1836
Martery Parish
BS:AL Leathanach: Mí098,26
1836
Martry
HCSV:AL Leathanach: Mí098,26
1836
Martery Parish
DS:AL Leathanach: Mí098,26
1836
Martraidh, 'a place where people were slaughtered'
"Peter O'Daly."
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí098,26
1836
Martraidh
pl:AL Leathanach: Mí098,26
1836
Martry
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí098,26

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