townland
Kilgraigue
(English)

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53.4132, -6.56658latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1415
Kylgrege
CCCD Leathanach: 866
1526
Kilgregge
Cal. Inq. Leathanach: 14
1529
Kilgrog
Cal. Inq. Leathanach: 48
1529
Kilgrege
Cal. Inq. Leathanach: 49
1531
Kylgrege (Gerald Foster of ...)
11 July 1531. Dublin, before the Barons of the Exchequer. Jurors:— Nicholas Huse of Bennetteston, William Rychen of Glaskarne, John Rathe of Loghsyde, Nicholas Scorlage of Grenoke, Richard Tayllor of Milton, Mathew Bathe of Beshelyston, Robert Capron of Loghshallagh, Nicholas Bertram of Rathtouth, Thomas Bermyngham of Pase, Gerald Foster of Kylgrege, John Owyn of Baldowgell & William Grove of Rathtouth. Onerus Ocoffye, an Irishman, was elected prior of St. Peter's, near Trim, by the community on 10 Jan 1531 & inducted by the bishop of Meath on 14 Feb. The possessions of the priory in Ballehake, B Rathouth, have therefore been taken into the king's hand. (2) Dormic' Mclnclery was presented to the vicarage of St. Mary's, Balleloghcrewe, co. Meath, by Oliver Plunkett on 8 Nov 1530. & admitted by the bishop of Meath through Master Alexander Plunket, LL.B., commissary of the archdeacon of Meath. (3) Terrilagh O Kerrolan was presented to the rectory of Cnoghe, co. Meath, worth 40s. p.a. on
Cal. Inq. Leathanach: 64
1540-41
Kilgrege
John Alen
Ir. Mon. Poss. Leathanach: 36
1540c
Kilgrege
[Manor of Moiclare] <br> … Killane … Agholy … Barockes … Kynnnine …Henriston … Stephenston … Moygaddye … Kilgrege … Butlarston … Valeston … Owyneston … Parva Moygaddy … Killane … Bally … Crown Survey 224
Crown Surv.
1547
Kylgreige
F Leathanach: 134
1588
Rathgerinlegilgreige
F Leathanach: 5206
1589
Kilgregen
1589 Lease…to Wm. Monynges, gent. ; of the tithe corn of the rectory of Moieclare gathered in Moieclare, Kilgregen and Butterstone, Portereston, Kynnen and Parrocks, Baldogen and Aghole, great Moygarde and little Moygarde, and Killan, co. Meath, parcel of the possessions of the monastery of S. Thomas court. F 5343
F Leathanach: 5343
1597
Kilgreige
1597 Grant to Edward FitzGerald of Rathsillagh, in the county of Kildare, of … also the rectory or parsonage of Moiglare, alias Moiclare, in the county of Meath … in the town and lands of Moiglare by eight couples of corn, the one wheat and the other oats ; in the towns of Kilgreige and Butterestowne by three couples and a half, and the tithes of three acres of land ; in the villages of Porterstowne, Kynnyne, and Parrocks, by five couples ; in the village of Baldogen and Agholl, by three couples and a half, and the tithes of five acres of land ; in the villages of great Moigaddie and little Moigaddie by five couples ; in the village of Killane by three couples … CPCR (Morrin II) 481
CPCR Leathanach: 481
1597
Kilgreige
1597 Lease…to Edw. Fitz Gerald, of Rathsillagh… the rectory of Moiglare, co. Meath, with tithes extending to Moiglare, Kilgreige and Butterestowne, Porterstowne, Kynnyne and Parrockes, Baldogen and Agholl, great Moigaddye, and little Moigaddye, and Killane, co. Meath, parcel of the possessions of the late monastery of Thomascourt, Dublin, F 6132
F Leathanach: 6132
1598
Kilgrage
Descr. Ir. Leathanach: 101
1601
Kilgreage
F Leathanach: 6557
1601
Kilgreg, Kilgreage, Kilgrege
1601 Tho. Leany, of Culmollen, co. Meath…Tho. Kindellan, of Ballenekillie, co. Meath, Derby Done, of Clonlyone, same co., Edw. Rogers, of Moylhussie, same co…Wm. Done, of Dunboine, co. Meath, and Shane Deagle, of Kilgreg, same co., soldiers, John Delahide fitz Tho., of Killane, same co., farmer, Rich. Foster, of Kilgreage, soldier, Shane Dowlinge, of Moiglare, cottier, John Dowlinge, of same, yeoman, Tho. Devie, of same, soldier, Gerrott Foster, of Kilgrege, Rick. Creife, of Moiglare…Rich. Talbot, of Dunshaghlin, co. Meath, James Lisagh, of Wespanstone, co. Meath… Donell Evaugherie O’ Birne, of Bellantry, co. Meath, soldier. F 6557
F Leathanach: 6557
1602-3
Kilgrige
Pardon to…Rob. Wosman, of Kilgrige, co. Meath, yeoman. F 6775
F Leathanach: 6775
1636
Killgregge
Inq. Lag. Leathanach: 120
1654-6
Kilgragge
CS V Leathanach: 153
1654-6
Killgregg
CS V Leathanach: 154
1654-7
Kilgregg
CS V Leathanach: 154
1655-9
Kilgreagly
Top. Index Leathanach: 262
1659
Kilgrealy
Hib. Del.
1666c
Kilcreggy
BSD (Mí) Leathanach: 124
1666
Killgrage
25. Sir JOHN FAGG bart… Pagestowne, 147 a… Hardrestowne, 81 a…Dannocks and Little Killany, in ten parcells, 110 a…Killgrage, 207 a…Porterstowne, accounted part of Killgrage, 31a…in Butlerstowne, 14 a…bar. Deece, co. Meath. ASE 67
ASE
1672c
Kilgrealy
Top. Index Leathanach: 262
1709
Kilgreg
Richard [Smith], Kilgreg, co. Meath. <br> Prerogrative Wills 431
Prerogative Wills
1806
Kilgreague
GJP (Mí) Leathanach: 249
1836
Kilgreag
BS:AL Leathanach: Mí078,15
1836
Kilgraigue
Ardagh, Rev.:AL Leathanach: Mí078,15
1836
Kilgrage
Lynch, Rev. J.:AL Leathanach: Mí078,15
1836
Kilgregrie
HCSV:AL Leathanach: Mí078,15
1836
Kilcregy
DS Ref.:AL Leathanach: Mí078,15
1836
Kilgreagy
DS Map:AL Leathanach: Mí078,15
1836
Coill gráige, 'wood of the grague or hamlet'
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí078,15
1836
Kilgraige
"Make all the Graiges in this Co. agre with Graige-na-managh in the County of Kilkenny." [Nóta OD]
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí078,15
1836
[Kilgraige]
"There is a large fort near the eastern boundary."
Desc. Rem.:AL Leathanach: Mí078,15
1928
Coill-Ghraig
Ó Meachair Leathanach: 133
1978
Coill Gráige
Fitzsimons Leathanach: 57
2011
ˌkilˈgreːg {4, 17}
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