An Cillín
genitive: an Chillín
non-validated name
(Irish)
Killeen
(English)

Glossary

English little church

Hierarchy

county

barony

civil parish

Centrepoint

53.5396, -6.59109latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1402
Killen
Patent Roll 4 Henry IV <br> The clergy of the diocese of Meath elected the following persons as collectors of a certain subsidy granted by the said clergy to Thomas of Lancaster, Lt of Ire., in aid of the provisioning of his household, viz. 3 pecks of wheat and 4 pecks of oats from each carucate of temporal lands within that diocese: John White chaplain in the deanery of Duleek; William Asshewell, rector of Kylbru, in the deanery of Ratoath; William Birmingham, vicar of Killen, in the deanery of Skreen; William Molys chaplain in the deanery of Trim; John Randell in the deanery of Slane; and John Gower chaplain in the deanery of Kells. (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1496
Killene
Patent Roll 11 Henry VII <br> PARDON to John Dove, formerly of Killene in co. Meath, yeoman [yoman], of suit of peace [etc.]. (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1514-15
Kyllen
Kyllen CPCR 1 (Morrin) Plunket, Lord of Kyllen, deceased, Edm.
CPCR
1531
Kylleyn (Patrick Rede of ... tanner)
The following have sold hides contrary to statute:—(2) John Finglas of Trim, tanner (sold 6 at 4s. each to Gyllese O Kynelan of Birgesend on 10 July 1531), Walter Tanner of Trim, tanner(3) (sold 3 for 4s. each on same day to Cornelius alias Cannor Schomaker of Trim), Bryan O'Byrne of Stydalt, tanner (sold 6 for 4s. each to Nicholas Connyll of Dameston on 7 July 1531), Connor Shoemaker of Tryme, tanner (sold 4 at 4s. each on same day), Richard Skolloke of Kentyston, tanner(3) (sold 4 for 4s. each to Nicholas Connyll of Dameston on 16 May 1531), Peter Sparke of Rathowthe, tanner (sold 3 at 4s. each to Nicholas Andro of Cloneny, shoemaker, on 16 June 1531), William Bresyll of Dunboyn (sold 6 for 4s. each to Roger McGlynn of Gerrardeston(4) on 11 June 1531), Patick Rede of Kylleyn, tanner(3) (sold 6 at 4s. each to Dermitius Doone of Belper on 12 May 1531), William Penteny of Morchurche, tanner(3) (sold 4 at 35 4s. each on 11 July 1531), & William Callan of Dyweleke, tanner (sold 6 at 4s.
Cal. Inq.
1534-36
Kyllen
CPCR 13 (Morrin) M‘Moriarte, ows. Mortagh, chaplain (grant of English liberty) Malachias
CPCR
1540-1
Kylleyne
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1540-1
Kellen
(Pat. Read)
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1545
Killeane
Tauragh, Coussingeston, the manor and lordship of Ardcathe, in the county of Meath, the lands of Ardcath, Balgeith, Portereston, Prensparke, Clony, Irishton, Boynardeston, Coruston, Largwy, otherwise, Largay, Prenston, Rowleston, Denaneston, Moreton, and Bertrameston, in the parish of Ardcath, and the water-mill of Kylberbe; and also to convey to Thomas Stephens, of Dublin, merchant ; William Cockes, Rector of Rathwere; Roger Dnrran, Rector of Ardmulghan; and Richard Gray, of Drogheda, chaplain, the manor-s and lordships of Scurlock eston, Neweton, Killeane, and Clonarde, in the county of Meath; To hold for ever.-Jan. 14, 35°. CPCR 105 Petney (Licence for Edward, Bishop of Meath, to alienate to Philip Pentney, of Tauragh, and Edward Felde, of Coussingeston, gent., the manor and lordship of Ardcathe, in the county of Meath, the lands of Ardcath, Balgeith, Portereston, Prensparke, Clony, Irishton, Boynardeston, Coruston, Largwy, otherwise, Largay, Prenston, Rowleston, De
CPCR
1550
Kyllen
CPCR (Morrin) 203 (6o. Livery of the possessions of John Plunket, late Lord of Kyllen,to Patrick Plunket his son and heir, with pardon of intrusion and alienation, for a fine of £12.—25 May, 4°.)
CPCR
1558-9
Killene
Similar commission to Christopher Plunket, Lord of ...
CPCR
1566
Killene
(Grant to Wm. Peppard of two parts of the tithes of corn and hay of the rectories of…)
CPCR
1571
Killean?
Commission to Patrick Bathe, of Rathfeigh, esq., » sheriff of Meathe, or other sheriff for the time being, Christopher Darcy, of Platton, John Plunkett, of Loghcrewe, Christopher Plunkett, of Carlanston, Michael Delahyde, of Ballentre, Thomas Darcy, of Logher, Arthur Brereton, of Kyllean, and Roger Wafre, of the Navon, same co., gentlemen; to exeente martial law in the county Meathe, F 1835
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1598
Killynee
It hath many Statelie Castles Trim, the Quenes, Killynee [Kyllyne] the Lords of it, Dunsany the Lords of it, Trivleston [Trimleston] the Lords of it...98
Descr. Ir.
1598
Killeen
(gluais) <br> Scrine — Baron of Killeen, Sir Rob. Dillon, Wil. Nugent, Baron of Scrine ; Pat. Tankard of Castletown, Pat. Brimigham of Corballies ; R. Caddell of Dowstown ; R. Dillon of Scrine ; Ed. Penteny of the Cabbragh ; Descript. Ir. 93
Descr. Ir.
1598
Killyen
The Bishop of Meath his name Jones, his chief Seat Arbraccan, <br> The Lord Baron of Killyen his name Plunket his chief Hous Killyen, <br>The Lord Baron of Dunsany his name Plunket his chief hous Dunsany, Descript. Ir. 93
Descr. Ir.
1642
Killeene
fol. 97r <br> 150 Charles Crafford of the Novan … was robbed and spoyled by … Nettervile of Blackcastle near Novan gent, Robert Nettervile of Knockcumber near Novan gent … with Thomas Delahide of Novan … in the tone Towne of Killeene… he was robbed… by at lest Threescore of the Inhabitants of Killeene … Richard Painter of Novan was robbed by Thomas Durra of Novan… and all by all the Inhabitants of the Kannan Roe of Novan … Robert Nettervile of Knockcumber … Thomas Nettervile of Black <D> castle, Robert Nettervile of Knockcumber … Laurance Dowdall of Athlumny Esquire.. fol. 97v … John Warren of Churchtowne near Novan … George Nangle of Ardsalle near Novan gent … Charles [mark] Crafford his mark jurat 22 Januar 1641 Depositions MS 816, fols 097r-098v
Dep. 1641
1642
Killeene
fol. 153r <br> ( Edmund Bloud of the parish & Barony of Dunboyne in the County of Meath, g a Brittish Protestant … By the meanes ofPlunkett of Killeene in the County of Meath Esquire <A> Patrick Barnewall of Killbrew Esquire Edmund Beetagh of Moynalty Esquire and a son of his, Edward Hussey of Mal-Hussey Esquire Edward Evers of Vesingstowne Gent: Saint-John Rochfort of Kilbride gent: Christopher Barnewall of Crakanstowne Gent. James Gerrott of Dunboyne, Gent. Patrick Pheypoe of the same gent: George Walsh & William Walsh of Balmacolly Depositions MS 816, fols 153r-153v
Dep. 1641
1719
Killeen
Van Bobbart, Margaret, widow of James Van B., Killeen. <br> Prerogrative Wills 466
Prerogative Wills
1768
Killeen
James [Sherlock], Killeen, co. Meath. <br> Prerogrative Wills 423
Prerogative Wills
1771
Killeen
Thomas [Lynch], Killeen. <br> Prerogrative Wills 296
Prerogative Wills
1812
Glane
Larkin (Mí)
1836
Killeen
GJRates (Old Docket): AL Leathanach: Mí060,8
1836
Killeen
Medge Map:AL Leathanach: Mí060,8
1836
Killeen
HCSV:AL Leathanach: Mí060,8
1836
Cillín, 'a small church,' 'cellula'
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí060,8
1836
Cillin
"There is an [..] church." [pl]
pl:AL Leathanach: Mí060,8
1836
Killeen
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí060,8
1836
[Killeen]
"Ther is the ruin of an abbey near its centre close to which Killeen Castle is situated…"
Desc. Rem.:AL Leathanach: Mí060,8
1836
Killeen
BS:AL Leathanach: Mí060,8
1836
Killeene
DS:AL Leathanach: Mí060,8
1836
Killeen
Beaufort Map 1797:AL Leathanach: Mí060,8
1836
Killeen
Larkin (Mí):AL Leathanach: Mí060,8

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