Teamhair
genitive: na Teamhrach
(Irish)
Tara
(English)

Hierarchy

county

barony

Centrepoint

53.5799, -6.61974latitude, longitude
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Historical references

g.d.
ráth Teamhra
Aith.D Leathanach: 15, Véarsa: 12
1395
Taueragh
Close Roll 18 Richard II <br> To John Aldelyme, escheator. In response to a writ of certiorari addressed to the T. and barons concerning the taking into the K.'s hand of 1 messuage, 1 carucate of land and 1 water-mill that belong to Thomas Dylon and Isabelle his wife in Casteltoun Taueragh,1 co. Meath, the K. has been informed that it was found by an inquisition taken before Robert Crull, formerly T. of Ire., and others appointed to inquire [etc.], that Simon Penteney, son and heir of Simon Penteneye senior, was lately seised in his demesne as of the fee of the said messuage [etc.] which are a parcel of the manor of Taueragh (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1427
Taveruagh
Close Roll 5 Henry VI <br> Taver[u]agh on 14 Oct. 1426, and there plundered [spoliavit] a cup worth 13s 4d outside St Patrick’s church, Taveruagh, from Thomas Serch clk, of said church. (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1461-83
Tauragh
Jurdanestoñ iuxte Tauragh... Blundelestoñ... Clonylogan... hauxland iuxte Athoy... fforstreston iuxte Trym ... ffrithfare ... Galmolestoñ ... le Mawdelynstrete de Trym ... Richard leyns SRI Edw. IV 694
Stat. Rolls
1540-1
R. of Taveragh
(John Fynglas)
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1543-4
Tauraghe
License to Edward, bishop of Meath, to alienate, with consent of his clergy ; to Philip Pentney, of Tauraghe, and Edmund Felde, of Cossyngeston, gent. ; the manor of Ardcathe, county Meath, lands, Ardcathe, Balgeithe, Portereston, Prensparke, Clony, Irishton, Boynardiston, Corriston, Largwy alias Largay, Prenston, Rowlston, Denanston, Moreton, and Bertrameston, and elsewhere in the parish of Ardcath, and the mill of Kylberde. … Roger Durran, rector of Ardmulghan … the manors of Scurlokiston, Newton, Killeane, and Clonarde, county Meath, and all his lands in those parishes. To be held for ever.— FHen. 393
F
1545
Tauragh
Tauragh, Coussingeston, the manor and lordship of Ardcathe, in the county of Meath, the lands of Ardcath, Balgeith, Portereston, Prensparke, Clony, Irishton, Boynardeston, Coruston, Largwy, otherwise, Largay, Prenston, Rowleston, Denaneston, Moreton, and Bertrameston, in the parish of Ardcath, and the water-mill of Kylberbe; and also to convey to Thomas Stephens, of Dublin, merchant ; William Cockes, Rector of Rathwere; Roger Dnrran, Rector of Ardmulghan; and Richard Gray, of Drogheda, chaplain, the manor-s and lordships of Scurlock eston, Neweton, Killeane, and Clonarde, in the county of Meath; To hold for ever.-Jan. 14, 35°. CPCR 105 Petney (Licence for Edward, Bishop of Meath, to alienate to Philip Pentney, of Tauragh, and Edward Felde, of Coussingeston, gent., the manor and lordship of Ardcathe, in the county of Meath, the lands of Ardcath, Balgeith, Portereston, Prensparke, Clony, Irishton, Boynardeston, Coruston, Largwy, otherwise, Largay, Prenston, Rowleston, De
CPCR
1547
Taneraghe [leg. Taueraghe]
CPCR (Morrin) 163 Cusake (7 3. Pardon of Sir Thomas Cusake, of Lassmolen, in the county of Meath, knight ; Walter Cusake. of Kylcarne, gentleman ; Richard Duff, vicar of Gariston ; David Walshe, chaplain ; Edmond Felde, of Cossingeston, Patrick Clynche, of Skryne, Philip Penteney, of Taneraghe, Edmond Darcye, of Platene, Nicholas Folde, of Lass m'olen, Thomas Darcye, of Platen, and Richard Forster, of Sauntrof, gentleman.-Mar. IO, 2°.)
CPCR
1581
Taveraghe
Lease …to Edw. Waterhowse, esq. ; of lands of Hilton, in the parish of Pierstone, co. Meath, and the rectorial tithes of corn and hay of the parishes of S. John Baptist, of Pierston Lawndy alias Lechnoo, and of S. Patrick, of Taveraghe, co. Meath, lately occupied by Rich. Rawson, Patr. Finglas, late of Waspailston, gent., and John Finglas, his son, possessions of S. John's of Jerusalem, in Ireland. F 3731
F
1581-2
Tauraghe
3847 (3304.) Pardon to Patr. Garlon, and Henry Garlone, of Donmolchane, co. Louth, gentlemen, Walter Scorlocke, of Frain, and James Tancarde, of Castleton of Tauraghe, co. Meath.—
F
1591
Tauraghe
Lease … to Edw. Lenton, gent. ; of the castle and land of Cabbraghe, co. Meath, and land in Churchetowne near Tauraghe, same co., possessions of Rich. Penteneye, late of Cabbraghe, attainted, as by inquisition, and by a particular under the hand of Nich. Kennye, gent., deputy Auditor… F 5698
F
1596-7
Taveraghe
Lease…to John Hoye, gent…the lands of Hilton, co. Meath, with the rectories of Peirstonlaundie and Taveraghe, co. Meath, with the tithes of Taveraghe collected from Jordanston, Castletowne, Moretowne, and Riverston, and also the tithes of the parish of Peirston laundie alias Lekno and Hilton… To hold for 21 years. F 6033
F
1597
Taneraghe
Grant to John Hoye … The town of Hilton … the parsonages, rectories, or churches of Peirstonlandie and Taneraghe … containing 60 acres … the tithes of corn and hay of the rectory of Taneraghe, which are collected in the manner following, viz.; in the town of Jordanston, by three couples ; in the town of Castletowne, by nine couples; in the town of Mortowne, by two couples; and in the town of Riverston, by six couples of acres of corn … churches of Peirstonlandie, alias Leckno and Hilton, in the same parish CPCR (Morrin II) 457
CPCR
1598
Tarraghe
(gluais) <br> [Scrine cont.] Nich. Cusake of Ballimolchan, Rob. Cusake of Geradstown, Rich. Cusake of Lesmollen, Walter Porter of Kingstown, Jn. Barnwall of Mouncktown, Jn. Barnwall of Cookstown, Mich. Barnwall of Branstown, Nich. Dracot of Oder, Jn. Dracot of [ ] , G. Harvy of Scrine, Wal. Evers of Tarraghe, Rob. Pentenie of Jordanstown, Jn. Plunket of Clonardran, Ellen Plunket of Kilcarne. Descript. Ir. 93
Descr. Ir.
1599
Tharragh
Presentation of John Moineghan ; to the vicarage of Tharragh, diocese of Meath, vacant by the death of Edm. Orownow. F 6300
F
1609 c
ceithre troimchreacha Teamhra
Ir. Bard. Poet Leathanach: 48, Véarsa: 11, Leathanach: 3
1642c
the Hill of Taroghe,
1642c fol. 1v the Hill of Taroghe att tenn of the clock on frydaye followeinge... Depositions MS 816, fols 001r-004v
Dep. 1641
1669
Tarragh
James, Duke of York… Clonlyon and Edanstowne als. Knockstowne, Meath. 77 a…in Butlerstowne and Warrenstowne, 86 a…in Agherpallice, 52 a…in Great Jennettstowne, 138 a…in Butlerstowne, 84 a…bar. Deece, …Cabbragh, 211 a…Tarragh, 142 a…Trevitt, 290 a… Brick, 65 a—more of the same, 17 a…in ye N. E. part of Broadstowne ats Proudstowne, 127 a…[bar. Of Screen] ASE 189
ASE
1703
Taragh
19. The Hollow°BLADE COMPANY, 1703, hoMdmy, 3,0007 The town and land of of Drakes towne and Williamstowne, 446a…Grange, 105 a.; bar Mortgallion co. Meath—the estate of Richard Fagan, attainted…<br> Killcarty ; bar. Deece, same co. the estate of Sir William Talbott, attainted…<br> Trevil, Brick, Taragh and Cabragh; bar Screen…the estate of Richard Earl of tyreconnell, attainted…<br> Oristowne; bar. Kells…the estate of Patrick Everard, attainted— <br>Chamberlinstowne; same bar…the estate of Michael Chamberlaine, attainted…<br> Clonmachan alias Clymackan; bar. Demifore, same co—the estate of Robert Balfe, attainted—Curras alias Curraggs, with tl.e bogg; bar. Clonlonan, same co—the estate of Garret Dillon, attainted—in Skreen, 64 a… Forf. Est. 376
Forf. Est.
1836
Tarah
HCSV:AL Leathanach: Mí108,1
1836
Tara
HCER 1826:AL Leathanach: Mí108,1
1836
Tarah
Larkin (Mí):AL Leathanach: Mí108,1
1836
Tarah
GJRates (Old Docket): AL Leathanach: Mí108,1
1836
Tarragh Parish
DS:AL Leathanach: Mí108,1
1836
Taragh
DS Ref.:AL Leathanach: Mí108,1
1836
Tarragh
DS Map:AL Leathanach: Mí108,1
1836
Tauragh
Inq. C I:AL Leathanach: Mí108,1
1836
Taragh
Inq. C I:AL Leathanach: Mí108,1
1836
Teamhair, 'a pleasant hill'
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí108,1
1836
Tara
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí108,1
1841c.
na Teamhrach (gin.)
Ollscoil Dhún Éideann (Gallegan MS, innéacs, É. Ó Tuathail in JLAS VII, uimh.3, 4 (anno 1931, 32). 105.
Ollscoil Dhún Éideann

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