townland
Newstone
(English)

Centrepoint

53.8627, -6.66953latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1625
Neweston, Newcastle-Crevin
CHRIST" nup BARO de SLANE … — Habuit exit', tempore mortis eue, viz. 5 junior' fil', WH', Jon', Patrie', Jac' & I ] & 3 filias, viz. Mar', Margaret' & Elenor', que adhuc supstit' sunt, &non maritat'.—ßd' baro obiit apud Neweston 9 jul' 1625.—Tho' Fleming modo baro de Slane est ejus her", & fuit etat' 21 annor" tempore mortis dicV nup baron' … Slane, Newcastle-Crevin, Duleeke, Culmullen, Ardagh, Carrickeharde, Tonevrenocke, Rathnickvallae, Streete, Rathlagane, Bawne, Mullaghmore, Crillagh, Newcastle, Rathlowghane, Killnowe, magna Rathloughane, & parva Rathloughane, ambe les Rathloughes, Corrydowy, Corryginkye, Clowchanhier tenent' de archiepo Ardmaghan', ut de maner' ei de Nobber, Inq.CI 7
Inq.
1625
Novo castr' in Crevin als. Newston viz. Newcastle in Crevin als. Newston (de maner de ...)
CHRIST" nup BARO de SLANE … seis' etiam fuit de maner' de Duleeke, & de 1 firm' in Duleeke contin' 80 acr' ter', & de vil' de Carblagh … 80 acr' …maner' de Duleeke;seis' etiam fuit de maner' de Novo-castr' in Crevin al' Newston, viz. " Newcastle in Crevin al' Newston …60 acr', de vil' & ter' de Stewnockston 30 acr', Clonbrecton 30 acr', Correston 30 acr', Moneston 20 acr', Kerrestowne 50 acr', Monennan 5 acr', Cornesley 6 acr', Dromhillaghe 20 acr', Breslanstown 60 acr', Largye 30 acr', Drombride 15 acr', Balrath 30 acr', Dromconragh 120 acr", Rathtrasne 20 acr', Rowske 60 acr', Kellistown 30 acr', Colgiaston 10 acr', B[ ] 20 acr', Lowanstowne 10 acr', Aghclare 10 acr', Ratharnan 3 acr', Dromenshine 3 acr', Balraine 4 acr', Droman 6 acr', ambas le Dromdillins 30 acr', Mullaghtanvanlle 3 acr', Gallashill 2 acr', & Cooleboye 4 acr', qu' öia sunt pcell' diet' maner' de Novo-castr' in Crevin Inq.CI 7
Inq.
1693c
Howstowne
WIL' COM' LIMERICK, & CHRIST' В ARO de SLANE tinct'fuer*, de alta prodicon … Clanburcan al' Clanbircan 198 acr’ … Ballrath 139 acr', Drombride 38 acr … Breslanstowne 264 acr' … Kellystowne 170 acr' … Ballahore 7 acr' … Rusky 137 acr' … Carrickhery & Largy 147 acr' … Mullaghmore 79 acr', lower Dromgill 197 acr’…. upper Dromgill 141 acr’ Howstowne 48 acr' … Balmawlgan 70 acr' … Ardagh 230 acr', Knockroe 254 acr' … Carrick-Iverrane 167 acr’ … Knocknihorny 64 acr’ Tonebrenock, Carrickhard & Rathvicvarknalloe 53 acr', Streete 158 acr' … Rathlaggan 52 acr' … Bawne 45 acr’ …" great & small" Rathlogloghan 139 acr' … Raths 236 асr’ … Mullaghboy 48 acr", Lisilugg 98 acr’, Caridonogh 74 acr' … Ballynelurgin 85 acr’ … Newcastle 65 acr' … Cullderry 55 acr' … Brayestowne 41acr’ … Dromcowran, Cornesligh & Monegall … 579 acr' … baron' de Slane; seis' fuit etiam de par tenur' in le Duleeke contin' 80 acr', de vil' & ter* de Knockelan 126 acr' … Corballagh contin' 200 acr*, & Fennor 30 acr' In
Inq.
1702
Newstone
19. Alderman JOHN GRAHAM of Drogheda, 2d March 1702; consideration, 1,680/. 3s.7**—The town and landsof Maudistowne, 198 a. — Upper Drumgill, 141 a. 1 r. Lower Drumgill, 197a. 1 R.—Newstone, 408a. 2 it Rowsky 137a…Ballymacolgan, 70a…Bawne, 45a…bar. Slane…<br> Knock-Isleand, 107a…the estate of Christopher, Lord Slane, attainted… Forf. Est. 384
Forf. Est.
1778
Newstone (Arthur Forbes)
Forbes, Arthur, Newstone, co. Meath, esq. (Large) <br> Prerogrative Wills 176
Prerogative Wills
1836
New Stone
HCSV:AL Leathanach: Mí034,19
1836
Newton
Petty Eng. Map 1683:AL Leathanach: Mí034,19
1836
Newstone
TAB Leathanach: Mí034,19
1836
Newstone
HCER 1826:AL Leathanach: Mí034,19
1836
Newtone
DS Ref.:AL Leathanach: Mí034,19
1836
Newstowne
DS Map:AL Leathanach: Mí034,19
1836
Newstone
Cess Coll. Bk.:AL Leathanach: Mí034,19
1836
Newstone
BS:AL Leathanach: Mí034,19
1836
Newstone
[Lower Slane Bar.]
Bar. Cons.:AL Leathanach: Mí034,19
1836
Cloich núadh
OC:AL Leathanach: Mí034,19
1836
New Stone
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí034,19
1836
Newstone
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí034,19
1836
[Newstone]
"…Newstone Castle ruins…large Danish fort and in the S. W. part is a corn mill and kiln…"
Desc. Rem.:AL Leathanach: Mí034,19

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