townland
Philpotstown
(English)

Centrepoint

53.6238, -6.69206latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1403
Philpotestoun
Patent Roll 4 Henry IV <br> LICENCE, for 1m paid in the hanaper, to John Nangle, baron of Navan, to enfeoff the following persons of 1 messuage and 80 acres of land in Robynesrathe and 1 messuage and 80 acres of land in Philpotestoun, co. Meath, which are held of Edmund, son and heir of Roger [Mortimer], late earl of March, a minor, viz.: Robert Savage; Roger Devenish, vicar of the church of Dovenayestoun; Audoenus Brode chaplain; John fitz Averey, parson of the church of Kentestoun; (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1540-1
Phylpoteston
Jurors... Nich. Henshyn of
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1540-1
Phylpotyston
The tithes gran. In... and Maston…(Gerald Fytzgarrald)
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1598
Philpottstown (Js. Warren of Philpottstown)
(Gluais) Navan — Bishop of Meath, Baron of the Novan, Js. Dillon of Moymet, Rob. Rochfort of Kilbrid, Alex. Evers of Rathtain, Rd Bellew of Bellewestown, Jn. Waffer of Gainstown, Js. Warren of Philpottstown, Js. Hill of Allenstown, Jn. Eustace of Lescartan, Rd. Misset of the same, Geo. Cusake of Rathallrone, Chr. Netterville of Black Castle, Descript. Ir. 94
Descr. Ir.
1655-57
Phillpottstonne
DS
1667
Phillpottstowne
Sir William Lemon, knt… Wm. His son and heir…Liscartan (part), 39a…Knockcomber,l 361 a…Balleriske, 517 a…Batterstowne 54a…in Cannonstowne, 109 a…in Phillpottstowne, 74 a…Shamblestowne and Gennstowne, 18o a…Arronan and Hollanstowne, 314 a…Rattaine-Wood, 369 a…bar. Navan, ASE 177
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