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Creemore
(English)

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53.4793, -6.57306latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1403
Crymore
Patent Roll 4 Henry IV <br> Trim Matthew Hussey, baron of Galtrim, gives £20 for a charter of pardon of trespass in and of the manors of Galtrim, Molussy, Rosmyde and Clonarmyn, and the towns of Mulganestoun, Archerestoun, Kylmore, Rathgormely, Feypouestoun, Balytarstyn, Gallestoun, Kenragheston, Crymore, Ballyclogh, Greneston, Jankynestoun, Curragh' and Doughestoun, co. Meath. (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1540-1
Crekemore
Rectory of Rathregan... (Pat. Burges, Donald Bradi-Nich. Fre of Dublin)
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1569
Creemore
Lease … to John Quatermas, gent. ; of the rectory of Rathregan, county Meath, with the tithes extending to Rathregan, Lysmochone, Ribbeston, Woodland, Personston, Bellyamston, and Creemore, the tithes and altarages to the vicar excepted. F 1349
F
1591
Cremore
Lease … to captainPiers Hovenden, of Tankardestown, Queen's co., gent…the tithes of corn of the parsonage of Rathregan, co. Meath, gathered in Rathregan, Lismochon, Ribbestone, Woodlande, Parsonstone, Belianstone, and Cremore, co. Meath, possessions of S. Peters of Newton near Trym. F 5695
F
1654
Creymoore
In Creymoore a Wood haveing some good trees fitt for timber. <br> 108.
CS V
1660
Cremore
JOHN SHELLEY.—In Cremore, 43 a… bar. Ratoath ASE 208
ASE
1667
Creemore
34. ROBERT THORNHILLesq... —Eunestowne, 84 a…Warrenstowne, 73a…Coolesster ais Crewlester, 51 a…Ratooth (part) 44 a…another part of ye same, 12 a…Creemore (part), 66 a. 2 R—Little Blackhall (part), 95 a.; bar. Ratoath co. Meath—to hold this for ye life of Hugh Hussey ASE 132
ASE
1836
Creemore
Inq. C I:AL Leathanach: Mí099,3
1836
Cremore
Inq. C I:AL Leathanach: Mí099,3
1836
Creemore
pron.:AL Leathanach: Mí099,3
1836
Craobh mor, 'great bush'
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí099,3
1836
Creemore
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí099,3
1836
[Creemore]
"There is an old fort, a mound in it and a ground pit."
Desc. Rem.:AL Leathanach: Mí099,3
1836
Creemore
Larkin (Mí):AL Leathanach: Mí099,3
1836
Cremore
GJRates (Old Docket): AL Leathanach: Mí099,3
1836
Cremore
HCSV:AL Leathanach: Mí099,3
1836
Creemore
DS:AL Leathanach: Mí099,3
1836
Creemore
Inq. J I:AL Leathanach: Mí099,3

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