Ráth Cheannaigh
genitive: Ráth Cheannaigh
validated name
(Irish)
Rathkenny
(English)

Glossary

ráth, ráith
English ring-fort

Centrepoint

53.7548, -6.64269latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1424
Rathkenny
Patent Roll 2 Henry VI <br> INSPEXIMUS of letters of William Mool and Richard Fowler, chaplains, dated 8 Aug. [1381] 5 Ric. II, by which they quitclaimed, for themselves and their heirs, to Laurence Petit, and his heirs and assigns, all their right and claim in the manor of Rathkenny, (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1540c
Rathkenny
Rathkenny, Slane, Raynoldston (Lawrencii Dowdall de…Gent), Swaynston (Lawrencii Tase), <br> Kylmaynanwood (Migelli Carolan de …)… Kylmaynhanwood (Willelmi McWyrryr de …) <br> Boyane (Donaldi O Moledy de … Magonii Ossey de eadem … Willelmi Magourt de …), <br> Rouske (Hoberti Tyrell) <br> Ramakryghan (Johannis Halpenny de …) <br> Slane (Donaldi O Mulrean de …) <br> Shamohor (Nicholai O Mulphadryk de … Caroli O Mulphadryk) <br> Shanogher (Owini O Keralan) <br> Malahagh (Petri Pedyn de …) <br> Balycoghyll (Henrici Cruse de …) <br> Rathkenny (Johannis Carolan de …) <br> Ladyrath (Johannis Halpenny de …) …proborum et legalium hominum de visneto rectorie predict iuratorum. Crown Survey 40-41
Crown Surv.
1542
Rathkenny
(236). Lease to Thomas Agarde, of Bectyff, gent. ; of lands in Trym, Ladyrathe, Grange of Trym, Rathnally, Creroke, Freffane, Richardeston, Ardcraghe, Chanonton, Stonehall, Rocheton, Ryngelston, Rathkenny, and Wodton, rectories of B.V.M. of Trym, [Kildalke], Cloynard, the Grange alias West Grange, and . Balnecloighe, county Meath, possessions of the late abbey of the B.V.M. of Trym. FHen. 318
F
1546-7
Rathkenye
Morchurche, Rathkenye CPCR 131 Pentneye (Licence to George, Archbishop of Dublin, with the consent of…William Pentneye, Vicar of Morchurche… Andrew Barnewall and John Tyrrell, Vicars of Rathkenye. William
CPCR
1548
Rathkene
CPCR (Morrin) 187 119. Pardon of Richard Walle of Rathkene, gent—Sept. 1, 3°.
CPCR
1550
Rathkeny
CPCR (Morrin) 205 64. Pardon of Thomas Luttrell, of Luttrelston, knight, Lucy Letterwell, of Douth; Thomas Hamlyng, Mathew Talbot, Thomas Fleming, vicar of Rathmolean; John Tyrrill, vicar of Rathkeny; John Fyane, vicar of Laraghbryn, George Bryn, and Roger Roche, chaplain.-Dublin, rllay 9.
CPCR
1569
Rathkenny
Lease … to Francis Agarde, esq … the rectory of Rathkenny, extending to Rathkenny, Ladirath, Chamerston, Olougheleston and Mylaughe ; the rectory of Kylmessan, extending to Kylmessan, Curleston, and Kylcarte F 1480
F
1598
Rathkenny
(Gluais) Navan…Steph. Blackine for Cowlneallven, Warren of Churchtown, W. FitzGarret of Ongestown, Pat. Manning of Hatton, Rob. Fleming of Rathkenny, Th. Teling of Mullagha, Th. Bath of Ladin-Rath, Th. Ashe of Trim, Rob. Hamon of the same, Js. Cusake of Tullegharde, Jasper Staples of Hollanstone, Chr. Birt of Curghton, Descript. Ir. 94
Descr. Ir.
1668
Rathkenny
THOMAS LEIGH aforesaid. —Drominstowne and part of Rathkenny, 416 a...bar. Navan. ASE 141
ASE
1692
Rathkenagh (Maurice [Eustace])
Maurice [Eustace], Rathkenagh, co. Meath. <br> Prerogrative Wills 158
Prerogative Wills
1803
Rathkenny
John [Hussey], Rathkenny, co. Meath. <br> Prerogrative Wills 243
Prerogative Wills
1836
Rathkenny
"Same as the Parish." [Nóta OD]
Rec. Name:AL Leathanach: Mí096,5
1836
[Rathkenny]
"…in the N. E. part is a large circular fort, in the S. E. part of townland is the Black lough and 34 perches N. W. from it is an oval shaped Danish fort. In the S. W. extremity is the village of Windy Harbour…Mullaghmore Village…both poor straggling hamlets..."
Desc. Rem.:AL Leathanach: Mí096,5

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