townland
Baile an Róigh
genitive: Bhaile an Róigh
(Irish)
Roestown
(English)

Glossary

English townland, town, homestead

Centrepoint

53.5254, -6.5605 latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1374
Roweston
To the seneschal of the liberty of Meath. He is informed that Sir James de la Hide, now deceased, was indebted to the king in several sums of money in his accounts, for the time he was sheriff of Limerick, seneschal of the liberty of Meath, and escheator of Ireland; the king wishing to have the same satisfied, directs the seneschal of the liberty of Meath to take into the king's hands tenements, goods and chattels in Dunshaghlyn, Roweston and elsewhere in the barony of Rathouth or in his baliwick (excepting the manor of Maynclare) and to make appear what he should do therein before the treasurer and barons… Rotulus Clausus 140
Rotulus Clausus
1547
Rowneston
Lordship of Donamore, near Grenoke, Graunge-end, near Dunsaghlyn ; the Grange Trewet, Thomaston, Hilton, Rowneston, Shanragh, Collierreston, Cokeston, and several rectories and churches in the counties of Dublin, Kildare, Carlow, and Tipperary CPCR 134 Duffe (Surrender of the monastery or house of Saint Thomas the Martyr, near Dublin, commonly called “ Saint Thomas is courte, of the Order of Saint Augustine, by Henry Duffe, Abbot, with the consent of the Convent, and of 4 castles or forts, 50 messuages, 4 mills, 1 carrucate of land, 16 acres of meadow, 8 orchards, 30 acres of wood, 2 gardens, 12 acres of pasture, and 20.9. rent in Dublin; the manors, lordships, or cells of Saint Katherine and Kilrodry; the castle and lands of Kilrodry, … and Tankardstown ; and the advowsons of Kilsalghan and Lucan, the manor or lordship of Donamore, near Grenoke, Graunge-end, near Dunsaghlyn ; the Grange Trewet, Thomaston, Hilton, Rowneston, Shanragh, Collierreston, Cokeston, and several rec
CPCR
1550
in Roweston, in the parish of Dunshaghlen
CPCR
1577
Roweston
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
1598
Rowestown (Rich. Read of ...)
Ratoathe. — Sir Pat. Barnwall of Crickston, Baron Sedgrave of Killeglan, Barnwall of Kilbrue, Th. Plunket of Loughgoure, FitzWilliams of Dunamore, Rich. Ball of Feydorffe, Jn. Birford of Kilrowe, Js. Lee of Clonresse, Pat. Lee of Licianstown, Jn. Sparke of Ratowthe, Gellouse of Gelloustown, Rich. Fowleing of Parsonstown, Delahoyde of Dunshaghlin, 'and many freeholders.' Rich. Reade of Rowes- town, Th. Russel of Cookestown. Descript. Ir. 93
Descr. Ir.
1836
Rosetown
Larkin (Mí):AL Leathanach: Mí039,20
1836
Rowstown
GJRates (Old Docket): AL Leathanach: Mí039,20
1836
Rowstown
HCSV:AL Leathanach: Mí039,20
1836
Roweston
Inq. C I:AL Leathanach: Mí039,20
1836
Roeston
Inq. C I:AL Leathanach: Mí039,20
1836
Roweston
Inq. J I:AL Leathanach: Mí039,20
1836
Rowheton
Inq. H VIII:AL Leathanach: Mí039,20
1836
Baile an Ró
("'ó' as in Eng.)
OC:AL Leathanach: Mí039,20
1836
Roste
"By others ('a' like 'aw')." [Nóta OC]
OC:AL Leathanach: Mí039,20
1836
Rowe's town
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí039,20
1836
Roestown
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí039,20

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