townland
Redbog
(English)

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53.5263, -6.5434 latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1570
the red moor of Donshaghlen
Lease …tosir John Plunckett, of Donsoghly, knt. ; of a messuage in Donshaghlen, co. Meath, an acre of moor on the east side of the moor of Donshaglen, messuages and gardens there now or late in the tenure of Clement Neyle, Donagh O’Fynine, Donald Dohe, Kobert Rolande alias Smythe, Barnaby Ivors, Nicholas Werre, the mill meadow, Calryshecrofte, bog in the red moor of Donshaghlen, eighty custom hens yearly from the tenants of Donshaglen for pasturing their cattle on the common, and land in the Dromyne, by Much Dericks, co. Meath ; possessions of sir Walter Delahyde, knt., deceased. F 1578
F
1577
the red moor of Donshaghlen
1577 Lease to John Bathe, of Dromconragh ; of the land, of Graungend, co. Meath, with an acre of moor in the red moor of Donshaghlen, and common of pasture in the [commons] of Graungend, lands of the Grange of Tryvet, Halton, Shanraghe, co. Meath…the tithes of Harloteston and Baltrastin, parcel of the rectory of Ratouthe, co. Meath, possessions of the lata monastery of S. Thomas the martyr, Dublin…the tithes of Roweston and Lyshianston co. Meath, parcel of the rectory of Donshaughlin, of the possessions of same…the lands of Thomaston and Galeston, co. Meath, possessions of Thomascourte. F 3126
F
1836
Red Bog of Dunshaughlin
Rec. Name:AL Leathanach: Mí039,19
1836
Móin ruadh
OC:AL Leathanach: Mí039,19
1836
red bog
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí039,19
1836
Móin ruadh
pl:AL Leathanach: Mí039,19
1836
Redbog
pl:AL Leathanach: Mí039,19

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