Tuaim Fhobhair
genitive: Thuaim Fhobhair
(Irish)
Toomour
(English)

Glossary

English (grave-)mound, burial-place

Hierarchy

county

barony

Explanatory note

  • English

    tumulus of (the) spring, well

Centrepoint

54.0435, -8.43807latitude, longitude
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Archival records

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Historical references

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1306
Thuamore?
CDI Leathanach: (1302‒7) 218
1418
vic. De Decuaimfabayr (leg. De Tuaimfabayr)
CPL Leathanach: vii 45
1422
vic. De Tuaymtabayr (leg. Tuaymfabayr)
CPL Leathanach: vii 228
1435
Tuaimfabair
VIII -556-561
CPL
1440
Tuaimfaubar
IX 85-97 To the bishop and Donald Macdonnchayd and Cornelius Omochan, canons, of Achonry. Mandate to collate and assign to Bernard Ohagra, clerk, perpetual beneficiary in the parish churches of Tuaimfaubar, Morachd and Drumirath, in the diocese of Achonry (who was lately dispensed, as the son of a bishop (fn. 7) and an unmarried woman related in the double third degree of kindred and the double third and the simple third and the fourth degrees of affinity on divers sides, first by authority of the ordinary to be promoted to minor orders and hold a benefice without cure, and then by papal authority to be promoted to all holy orders and hold another benefice even if with cure) the rectory, wont to be assigned to secular clerks as a perpetual benefice, and of the patronage of laymen, of the rural lands of Ofychary and Bennfada in the said diocese, without cure (fn. 8) [cf. above, f. 65d.] and value not exceeding 16 marks sterling, so long void by the death of Eugenius Ohagra at the aposto
CPL
1484
Vic. De Tomefyrd
CPL Leathanach: xiii 190
1585
Trymore?
Exch. E:Wood-Martin I Leathanach: 398
1630
Tuaim Fobhair I Luighne
FNÉ Leathanach: (Oct. 6)
1655‒7
Tyemouer
DS
1659
Thumore
Cen. Leathanach: 602
1660c
Tumocoer
BSD Leathanach: 120
1665c
Timeure
HMR Leathanach: 75
1685c
Tyemover, Tomower
Hib. Del.
1819
Tanmour
Larkin (Sl)
1836
Toomower
BS:AL Leathanach: Sl050,1
1836
Tumore
Carlisle Top Dic:AL Leathanach: Sl050,1
1836
Tumore
Beaufort:AL Leathanach: Sl050,1
1836
Toomour
Query Bk. 1835:AL (Sl) Leathanach: Sl050,1
1836
Toomour
GJP Bk. 1832:AL Leathanach: Sl050,1
1836
Taumour
CM:AL Leathanach: Sl050,1
1836
Tumour
Old Tithe Bk:AL (Sl) Leathanach: Sl050,1
1836
Tumour
"(decidedly)" [dúch]
Garrett, Rev.:AL Leathanach: Sl050,1
1836
Tumower
DS:AL Leathanach: Sl050,1
1836
Toomower
OD:AL Leathanach: Sl050,1
1836
Toomour
OD (corr.):AL Leathanach: Sl050,1
1836
Tuaim dha bhodhar
McFirbis, D.:AL Leathanach: Sl050,1
1836
Tuaim dha bhodhar
ARÉ:AL Leathanach: Sl050,1
1836
Tuaim dha bhodhar, 'tumulus of the two deaf men'
OD:AL Leathanach: Sl050,1
1836
Tua-meabhair
"Tua-meabhair is the pronunciation" [dúch]
pron.:AL Leathanach: Sl050,1
1836
[Toomour]
"a parish" [Desc. Rem.];
Desc. Rem.:AL Leathanach: Sl050,1
1836
Tuaim -meabhair
dúch:AL Leathanach: Sl050,1
1836
Too-meabhar
pl:AL Leathanach: Sl050,1
1836
Too-meower
pl:AL Leathanach: Sl050,1
1836
Tuaim-meabhair
pl:AL Leathanach: Sl050,1
1836
Tuaim-mowir
pl:AL Leathanach: Sl050,1
1836
‘the ruins of an old church and grave yard. There is a hill on the S. Side of the townland, called by the inhabitants ‘Crockmannan’, on which there is a trigonometrical station’
Desc. Rem.:AL
1836
Toomour
dúch dearg:AL
1836
Tuath meabhair
dúch:AL
1836
Tuadh meabhair
dúch:AL
1836
Túaimeabhair “qu: de orthog?”
dúch:AL
1836
Baile Tuaimeabhair
dúch:AL
1836
‘…Tuai Meabhair (pron.) This Parish is commonly called the Parish of Céis, as the Catholic Chapel is situated near the foot ofCéis Chorrain…In the Townland of Toomower there are a burial place and the ruins of an Old Church said by some to have been built
LSO (Sl) Leathanach: 149
1836
Baile thua meabhair
pl:AL
1836
Tuameabhair “old burying place & walls of church – good deal up-”
pl:AL
1844
Tuaim dá Bodhar
Hy Fiach. Leathanach: (léirscáil)
2008
Tuaim Fhobhair
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