civil parish
Áth Iomghlaise
genitive: Áth Iomghlaise
(Irish)
Ahamlish
(English)

Glossary

English ford

Hierarchy

county

barony

Centrepoint

54.4154, -8.5125latitude, longitude
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Historical references

Nóta
Nóta
Nóta
Nóta
1100c
Colman ... gl. mac Fionain o Áth Iomglaisi
FGorm.
1306
Athymglas
CDI Leathanach: 225
1532
gun crois os Ath Imlaise
BCC Leathanach: FSÁG a
1584
Aghumlys
Exch. E:Wood-Martin I Leathanach: 389
1588
Aghumlie
F Leathanach: 5151
1609-10
O Hamley (Séipéal léirithe anseo)
MEC
1650c
Colman, mac Fionáin, ó Ath Iomghlaisi
FNÉ
1659
Aghamlish
Cen. Leathanach: 597
1660c
Aghamlisk
BSD Leathanach: 77
1666
Aghamlisch
ASE Leathanach: 57
1682c
Aughanlish
Inq.(Sl) Leathanach: 5
1682c
Aghanlish
Inq.(Sl) Leathanach: 32
1749
Aghamplish
Cen. of Elphin Leathanach: 574
1824
Ahamlish
TAB
1836
Ahamlish is called Rath h-Amlais by the Irish speaking people...The Patron Day of the Parish is 1st of February ... Near Ahamlish Church there is a well called Tobar Molaise ...
LSO (Sl) Leathanach: 188
1836
Ahamplish
BS:AL Leathanach: SL004,1
1836
Ahamplish
Beaufort:AL
1836
Ahamplish
Carlisle Top Dic:AL
1836
Aghamliske
DS Ref.:AL
1836
Ahamlish
dúch dearg:AL
1836
Ahamlish ‘The Rectory of Ahamlish in the Barony of Carberry’
Grant, C. II:AL
1836
Rahamlish
Local:AL
1836
Ahamlish
Local:AL
1836
Ahamlish
OD:AL
1836
Rath Hamlais “Amlas’s rath, or earthen fort”
OD:AL
1836
Ahamlish
Palmerston Map:AL
1836
Aughanlish ‘& also the rectory of Aughanlish in the Bary of Carbury & The Rectory of Ahamlish Ph’
Part. 1687:AL
1836
Rath hamlais ‘There is a well at Aha[.]lish Church where a station is found which is called Tobar Molais...a well...called Tobar Brigde’
pl scriosta:AL

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