townland
An Chloch Riabhach
genitive: na Cloiche Riabhaí
(Irish)
Cloghreagh
(English)

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53.8664, -6.71776latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1550
Cloghraoghe
CPCR (Morrin) 207 Fitzjohn 81. Pardon of Patrick Fitz-John, of Tystenrath, gent. ; Bren Pybin, Rose Plunkete, gentlewoman ; Thomas M‘Eghleyre, labourer; Richard Plunket, of Glen, gent; Neale M‘Gylduff, of Rathenry, kern ; and John Duffe M‘Eghoy, of Cloghraoghe, in the county of Meath, horseman.-Dublin, June 14, 4°.
CPCR
1578
Cloughriaghe
Grant to Edm. .Pagenam : of the fines due on the alienations and intrusions by Janico Preston, late viscount of Gormaneston, and William, his father, and their feoffees. Robert Sutton, sometime archdeacon of S. Patrick's, Dublin, sir Thomas Cornewalshe, vicar of Stamollen, and Rich. Hatche. of Gormanston. Walter Cnddell, of Stamollen, chaplain, Wm. Byrta of Tullocke, and Rich. Caddell-, of Harbertston, gent., and on the intrusion by Christopher, now viscount, son and heir of Janico ; in the manors an I lands of Gormanston, Athboy, Nobber, Tyermon, Cabbraghe, Cloughriaghe, Loughcrewe, Collenston. Clonedoghan,Thomaston, Laggaghe,and Armaghbrege, co. Meath F 3475
F
1617
Cloghreagh
CHRIST ARMAGHAN' ARCHIEP1SC tenet 2 part' m tres Sartes dividend' de öibj svic', iurib;, regalilat' &c. maner' de Nobber' in со' Mid'.— VICECOM' de GORMANSTON ... exterior' pte de Cloghreagh & Carikleeick juxta le Nobbir ... sic ad exterior' ptem de Cloghreagh ... de le termon lands in Cariklek & Cloghreagh infra diet' baron i â de Margallen ; & ßd' vicecom' de Gormanston seis' existit. Inq.JI 21
Inq.
1630
Cloghreagh
' Jenic' vicecom' Gormanston & hered' mascul' de corpore suo legittime pereat', cii divers' al' remaner', de maner' de Gormanston, qd se extendit tarn in со' Mid'... de Nobber, & vil' & ter' de Spiddall, Killbride, Syllersough, Camock, Cloghreagh, Termon, ambabj lez Gormanaghs, [ ] little Nobber, Butlerston, Argill, Rathlighan, Leonenaci, Cabragh, & 60 acr' quondä vocat' " Barnewall's land," 8t nup vocat' " Teeling's land," pcell' maner' de Nobber ßd', Inq.CI 62
Inq.
1654
Cloghreagh (Eight Poles of ...)
Lord of Gormansstown aforesayd. Acres 500. <br>Bounded on the East with the land of Drumgill in the Barrony of Slane on the South with Colboyland in the said Barr : on the West with Clothmacow on the North with Ardagh in the Barrony of Slane On the premisses an old Brocken Castle. Lch.335.
CS V
1654
Clochreigh
Cloghmacow ... Bounded on the East with the land of Clochreigh on the South with the land of Possixtown & Cregg on the west with the land of Old Garmenagh and on the North with the land of Carickglicke. <br> Lch. 334.
CS V
1655-7
Cloghreagh
(Par. Nobber).
DS
1667
Cloghreagh
51. GEORGE BRIGSTOCK…the manor, town, and lands of Nobber, Spiddall, the 2 Garmanaghes, Moyhand the Woods, Little Nobber, Rathglihane, and Leonenace, 1 ,884…Sellersooke, 170 a…Kilbride, 264 a…Cammock, 84 a…Cloghreagh, 8 poles, 669 a…Tarmon, 8 poles, 800 a…the mill of Oldtowne…chief rent out of Ardmaghbregagh…Cregg; bar. Morgallen, co. Meath— Total quantity in co. Meath, 5,554 a… ASE 99
ASE
1685c
Cloghrea
Hib. Del.
1760
Cloghreagh
Balfe, Andrew, Cloghreagh, co. Meath, gent. <br> Lch.19.
Prerogative Wills
1825
Cloghreagh, Cloghrea
(Par. of Ardagh).
TAB
1836
Cloughreagh
BS:AL Leathanach: Mí041,29
1836
Cloghreagh
HCSV:AL Leathanach: Mí041,29
1836
Cloghreagh
DS:AL Leathanach: Mí041,29
1836
Cloghreagh
Inq. J I:AL Leathanach: Mí041,29
1836
Cloch riach, 'grey stone'
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí041,29
1836
Cloghreagh
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí041,29

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