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Mooretown
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53.6015, -6.35935latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1539
Morton
Lease to Thomas Cusake of Cossingeston … from Platen …from Blondeston … from Loghton ; £10 15s. 8c7. from Henryeston … Claghan ; 1 8s. from Donameston … from Tutesland …from Morton …from Corfanton … from Ethelton, county Meath, and the rectory of Kylpatrike, county Meath. FHen. 91
F
1540c
Moreton
Rectoria de Arcath <br> Ecclesie parochialis de Arcath … villata de Arcath … Correston et Prynnes Park [cf Princetown] … Balgyth … Bertramston …the Rath … Mananston … Myknanston … Newton … Curragh … Denanston … Moreton …Claghan … Prenston … Crown Survey 36
Crown Surv.
1543-4
Moreton
License to Edward, bishop of Meath, to alienate, with consent of his clergy ; to Philip Pentney, of Tauraghe, and Edmund Felde, of Cossyngeston, gent. ; the manor of Ardcathe, county Meath, lands, Ardcathe, Balgeithe, Portereston, Prensparke, Clony, Irishton, Boynardiston, Corriston, Largwy alias Largay, Prenston, Rowlston, Denanston, Moreton, and Bertrameston, and elsewhere in the parish of Ardcath, and the mill of Kylberde. … Roger Durran, rector of Ardmulghan … the manors of Scurlokiston, Newton, Killeane, and Clonarde, county Meath, and all his lands in those parishes. To be held for ever.— FHen. 393
F
1545
Moreton
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
CPCR
1569
Mooreton
Lease … to Francis Agarde, esq … the rectory of Arcath, extending to Arcathe, Correston, Prynes parke, Balgith, Bartromston, Maycanston, Claterston, Fynnor, Myllhill, Mycknanston, Newton, [Curraughe], Denanston, Mooreton, Claughan, and Prynston ; the F 1480
F
1667
Mooretowne
14. THOs WEST—In the east part of Little-Boolies, 47 a in Cloughan, 4a—in Mooretowne, 5 a.; same bar. [Duleek] ASE 128
ASE
1836
Mooretown
GJRates (Old Docket): AL Leathanach: Mí004,10
1836
Mooretown
HCSV:AL Leathanach: Mí004,10
1836
Mooretowne
DS:AL Leathanach: Mí004,10
1836
Mooretowne
Quit Rents (Copy):AL Leathanach: Mí004,10
1836
Morton; Moreton
Inq. H VIII (Archdall):AL Leathanach: Mí004,10
1836
Moore town -.- baile an churraigh, 'town of the moor'
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí004,10
1836
Baile mhúraigh, 'from a moor'
pl:AL Leathanach: Mí004,10
1836
Mooretown
BS:AL Leathanach: Mí004,10
1836
Mooretown
pl:AL Leathanach: Mí004,10
1836
Mooreton
Inq. Eliz. I:AL Leathanach: Mí004,10
1836
Moorton
Inq. J I:AL Leathanach: Mí004,10
1836
Mooretown
Co. Map 1812:AL Leathanach: Mí004,10
1836
Mooretowne
Inq. C I:AL Leathanach: Mí004,10
1836
Mooreton
Inq. C I:AL Leathanach: Mí004,10
1836
Mooretown
Inq. C II:AL Leathanach: Mí004,10
1836
Mooreton
Archdall (King):AL Leathanach: Mí004,10

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