civil parishtownland
Cill Táile
genitive: Chill Táile
non-validated name
(Irish)
Kiltale
(English)

Glossary

English church

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53.5289, -6.66016latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1194 X 1224
Kiltala
Reg. St. Thos. Leathanach: 270
1194c
Kiltale
Reg. St. Thos. Leathanach: 22
1194c
Kiltala
Reg. St. Thos. Leathanach: 253
1202
Kilcale [sic]
Reg. St. Thos. Leathanach: 224
1235
Kiltale
Reg. St. Thos. Leathanach: 245
1235
Kiltale
Reg. St. Thos. Leathanach: 247
1248
Kiltale
Pont. Hib. Leathanach: ii 297
1260
Kiltale
Pont. Hib. Leathanach: ii 495
1302-06
Kiltale
CDI Leathanach: v 255, 264
1335 X 1345
Kyltale, Kyltal
Reg. Sweetman Leathanach: 1, 3
1414
Kyltalle
RPat. Cl. Leathanach: 205
1518c
Kyltale, Kyltall
Archiv. Hib. Leathanach: lxi 330, 336, 342
1540-41
Kiltaile
1540c [Manor of Dunshaghlen] … <br> Kiltaile in Meath … John Ballye … Thom. Leynaugh … Dermicius Dyne … Crown Survey 226
Crown Surv. Leathanach: 226
1540-41
Kyltale
John Sarcefeld
Ir. Mon. Poss. Leathanach: 31
1543 X 1558
Kyltale
Reg. Dowd. Leathanach: 260
1557
Kyltale
Cal. Inq. Leathanach: 20
1563
Kiltale
Inq. Lag. Leathanach: 1
1566
Killtale
F Leathanach: 850
1566
Kyltalle
F Leathanach: 869
1566
Killtale
Surrender by "Walter Forster, gent.; of the site and possessions of the hospital of S. John the Baptist of Neweton by Trym, held under lease fiant Xo. 467, Hen. VIII., and premises of John Baily, Thomas Lynaghe, and Dermot Dyn, and cottages in Killtale, co. Meath, held under lease, F 850
F
1566
Kyltalle
Lease …to Thomas Plunket, gent.; of the site of the hospital of S. John, of the Newton by Trym, the demesne lands in the Newton and the Rathe, a water mill on the Blackwater, and land in Clonguffyn, the lands of Longewood alias Moydervy, Ballereyne, and Warrenston in the parish of Knocmark, Agher in the same parish, S. Johnstowne, Littell Mooreton, Moyaughay, Coraghton, Richardston, Inche, and Moygher by Kelles, county Meath, the rectories of Tullanoge and Fennore, possessions of the said hospital ; the tithe corn of both the Loughgowres and Flemingeton, county Meath, possessions of the late monastery of Thomascort, and the lands of Kyltalle, county Meath. F 869
F
1566-7
Kyltale
(802). Lease … to Thomasine Mandewe, of Dublin, widow; of the rectory of Kyltale, county Meath, the endowment of the vicarage excepted. F 989
F
1568
Kiltale
Gerald Earl of Kildare … <br> the manor of Rathbegghan, co. Meath, which extends to the lands of Pouderlaugh. Becanston, Wieston (Imcieston in 1275) alias Enoston, (land, 6s. Sd. chief rent and .suit ofcourt of Collierston alias Collestir, and 35. chief rent and suit of court of little Warrenston, held of the said manor, in 1275), lands of Kiltale, Carbreston, 25. of royal service as scutage runs, in Bedloveston by the Bectif held of the manor of Portlester by knight service, 305. chief rent out of Loghcre by which it is held of the said manor, suit of court of Rathmore by Athboye, by which and by knight service it is held of the said manor, 145. chief rent out of Hogenston alias Hogges by Athboye by which it is held of the said manor, 35. rent out of Posneston alias Possikeston, two messuages, a burgage, two shops and land in Kenles alias Kelles, co. Meath F 1240
F
1576
Kiltale
F Leathanach: 2951
1576
Kiltale
Lease … to Tirlaughe M'Cabe, gent.; of the rectories of Kiltale and Scurlokestone, co. Meath. To hold for 31 years, Kiltale from 1587, and Scurlokestowne from 1586 ; rent £19, part in corn. Not to alien without license.— F 2852
F
1577
Kyltale
License to Tirlaghe M‘Cabe ; to alienate to Robert Dyllon, of Ryverstowne, co. Meath, esq., the rectory of Kyltale, co. Meath, held under lease No. 2852. F 3029
F
1586
Kiltaile
1586 Grant…to Rich. Delahide, of Moyclare, co. Meath, esq. ; of the reversion of the premises in Donshaghlin… including the messuages of Clement Neile, Donald O Fyn, and Donald Duff…the reversion of premises in Kiltaile, co. Meath, leased… to John Plunket, knt., for 40 years from 1587 ; the reversion of Ballynescallon, co. MeatH F 4927
F Leathanach: 4927
1586
Kyntayle (Johana de la Hide)
Johana de la Hide, late wife of Laurence de la Hide, and to Richard, his son and heir, of the lands of Donshoghlen, in the county of Meath, which had been leased to Sir John Plunkett, together with the reversion and inheritance of the lands of Kyntayle and Ballaines-tallon CPCR (Morrin II) 113
CPCR
1602
Kiltale
Cal. Inq. Leathanach: 253
1609
Kilgawen otherwise Kiltall
Pat. Roll. J. I:AL Leathanach: 149
1616-7
Kiltale
Inq. Lag. Leathanach: 18
1622
Kiltale
Clergy List Leathanach: 1622
1622
Kiltaale
Ussher's Works Leathanach: I xxix
1635
Killtalle
Inq. Lag. Leathanach: 113
1637
Kiltale
Inq. Lag. Leathanach: 137
1654-6
Killtall
CS V Leathanach: 137
1654-6
Killtall
CS V Leathanach: 140
1654-6
Killtalle
CS V Leathanach: 141
1654-6
Kiltalle
CS V Leathanach: 142
1654-6
Kiltale
CS V Leathanach: 142
1655-9
Kiltall
Top. Index Leathanach: 272
1666c
Kiltale
BSD (Mí)
1666c
Killtale [index]
BSD (Mí)
1682 X 1685
Kiltale
Dopping Leathanach: 53
1685
Killtall
Hib. Del. Leathanach: 7
1703
Killstayle
Nathanial Preston, of Ardsallagh…lease of Killstayle, 585 a.; bar. Deece…demised to Thomas Plunkett, attainted… Forf. Est. 366
Forf. Est.
1797
Killtale
Beaufort (Meath):AL
1802
Killtale
Stat. Surv. (Mí)
1812
Killtale
Larkin (Mí)
1836
Kiltale
BS:AL Leathanach: Mí001,23
1836
Killtale
Stat. Survey 1802:AL Leathanach: Mí001,23
1836
Kiltale
Cess (Letter):AL Leathanach: Mí001,23
1836
Kiltale
Tenant Receipt:AL Leathanach: Mí001,23
1836
Kiltale
HCSV:AL Leathanach: Mí001,23
1836
Kiltall
DS:AL Leathanach: Mí001,23
1836
Killtale
Inq. C I:AL Leathanach: Mí001,23
1836
Kiltale
Inq. J I (Archdall):AL Leathanach: Mí001,23
1836
Cill Téidhil, 'Teidhil's church, or' Cill tSiadhail, 'St Seduluis's church'
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí001,23
1836
Kiltale
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí001,23
1837
Kiltale
Top. Dict. Leathanach: I 211
1838
Kilteal
Chanc. Deeds Leathanach: 134
1910
Cell taile?
Onom. Goed.
1928
Cill-Teidhil
Ó Meachair Leathanach: 133
1978
Cill Teidhil or Cill tSiadhail
Fitzsimons Leathanach: 59
2011
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