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Lios Muilinn
genitive: Lios Muilinn
(Irish)
Lismullin
(English)

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English ring-fort, enclosure
English mill

Hierarchy

county

barony

civil parish

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53.6011, -6.58482latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1374
Lesmollyng?
To the Escheator. He is informed that the king wished to be certified as to the seizure of the manors of Incheroryk, Grenmoyars, Imlagh, Stannagh, ***Lesmolyng, and two carucates of land in ***Finnore, three messuages and one carucate of land in ***Doulek, …the reversion of the manor of Lesmolyng… Rotulus Clausus 137
Rotulus Clausus
1403
Lismullin
Patent Roll 4 Henry IV PARDON, because of their religious order [propter earum religiositatem], to the prioress and convent of Holy Trinity of Lismullin in co. Meath of all intrusions, misprisions [etc.] of any kind committed by them in and of 1 messuage and 3 carucates of land in Dunsenk, co. Dublin, and 1 messuage, 1 mill and 1 carucate in Claterestoun, co. Meath. The prioress and her predecessors were seised of those messuages [etc.] as of right of her house for a long time before the statute of the religious was passed. (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1409
Lysmulin als. Lysmulyn
VI 160-164 To the official of Meath. Mandate, at the recent petition of the Augustinian prioress and convent of the priory of Holy Trinity (de Trinitate) at the place of Lysmulin alias Lysmulyn in the diocese of Meath—containing that the late Richard, bishop of Meath, appropriated to them the parish church, of the patronage of the bishop of Meath, of Ardmulewan, reserving a portion for a perpetual vicar …
CPL
1431
Lismullin
Patent Roll 10 Henry VI <br> Agnes, prioress of the house of the Holy Trinity of Lismullin, co. Meath, and the convent of that house, have petitioned that they and their predecessors, long before the statute concerning religious, were seised of the homage, fealty and service of 33s of annual rent issuing from Holywodrath, as of the right of their church, (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1435
Lismullin
Patent Roll 13 Henry VI <br> Dublin Agnes, prioress of the house of the Holy Trinity of Lismullin, (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1539-41
Lasmullyng
Lasmullyng (Holy Trinity) CPCR 56 (Morrin) Cusake (Prioress…) Mary
CPCR
1539
Lasmullen, Lasmullyng
Grant for conventual persons of the late priory of the Holy Trinity of Lasmullen ; of the pensions following :—Geneta Barnewall, 40s. ; Alison Wstace, 40s. ; Anne Weldon, 40s. Issuing out of Lasmullyng … county Meath FHen. 103
F
1540-44
Lesmullen
CPCR
1540-1
Lassemollen
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1540-1
House of Nuns of Lasmolen...Lassemolen
_John Brady of ...
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1540c
Lassemolen
Villata de Skryne <br> Coppeslandis … pasture in Longton … pasture in Rogerston … duas acras in Calleston …. Radulfo Thomson … beate Marie Virginis de Skryne … Lassemolen …. Loughton [defunct, ag Lismullin] Crown Survey 104-5
Crown Surv.
1542-46
Lasmullen
Lasmullen CPCR 90 Luttrel (Grant from the King to Thomas Luttrel, of the lands of Kelleston and Ballesrown, in the county of Dublin, parcel of the possessions of the monastery of Lasmullen, in the county of Meath) Thomas
CPCR
1542
Lasmulling (Thomas Lutrell)
Grant to Thomas Lutrell, of Lutrelliston, knt., Chief Justice of the Common Bench … parcel of the possessions of the late priory of Lasmulling, county Meath. FHen. 314
F
1546
Lasmullen
Riverston, Lasmullen, Painsworth CPCR 122 Licence to Edward Lord Bishop of Meath and his clergy, to alienate unto Thomas Dillon of Riverston, Nicholas Field of Lasmullen, and Robert Cocks, Rector of Bath were, the advowson of the parish church of Painsworth, in the county of Meath—Feb. 27, 37°. Thomas
CPCR
1547
Lesmolen (Sir Thomas Cusake)
CPCR
1547
Lesmollyn (house of “ Nonnys,” called Lesmollyn, in the county of Meath),
CPCR
1547
Loismullyng
CPCR 135 (Morrin) Cusake (Surrender of the priory or religious house of the Holy Trinity of Loismullyng, in the county of Meath, by Maria. Cusake, Prioress, with the consent of the Convent of the said priory, with all its possessions.-June 15, 31°.)
CPCR
1547
Lasmollen
, Cousingeston CPCR (Morrin) 163 Cusake (70. Pardon of Sir Thomas Cusake, of Lasmollen, in the county of Heath, knight, otherwise called Sir Thomas Cusake, of Cousingeston, knight, otherwise called Sir Thomas Cusake, Master of the Rolls and Records of Chancery, and Matilda Darcie, his wife—May 12, 2°.)
CPCR
1547
Lassmolen (Sir Thomas Cusake, of ...)
CPCR (Morrin) 163 Cusake (7 3. Pardon of Sir Thomas Cusake, of Lassmolen, in the county of Meath, knight ; Walter Cusake. of Kylcarne, gentleman ; Richard Duff, vicar of Gariston ; David Walshe, chaplain ; Edmond Felde, of Cossingeston, Patrick Clynche, of Skryne, Philip Penteney, of Taneraghe, Edmond Darcye, of Platene, Nicholas Folde, of Lass m'olen, Thomas Darcye, of Platen, and Richard Forster, of Sauntrof, gentleman.-Mar. IO, 2°.)
CPCR
1550
Lesmolen
CPCR (Morrin) 208-9 (99. Appointment of Patrick Barnewall t0 the office of Clerk, or Master of the Rolls and Records of Chancery, in place of Sir Thomas Cusake, of Lesmolen; To hold for life; with a fee of 50 marks, payable out of the customs, cocket, poundage, and subsidy of the
CPCR
1552
Lesmolen
CPCR (Morrin) 285 171. Licence to James Sedgrave, of Dublin, merchant, to alienate to Robert Cusake and John Wycombe, of Lesmolen, the lands of Bertrameston, in the county of Meath 3 To be held for ever of the Crown-Jan. 14, 6°.
CPCR
1553
Lesmolyn
Lesmolyn, Bertramston CPCR (Morrin) 292-3
CPCR
1553-4
Lesmolen
the monasteries of the Black Friers of Trim, the Angustine Friers of the Scrine and Londreston [Lunderstown?]…the Friers of Multifernan, and the house of Lesmolen (Thomas Cusak…for the purchase of …) . CPCR (Morrin) 336
CPCR
1557-8
Lismollen
Thomas Cusake
CPCR
1559
Lessmullen
Sir Thomas Cusake, of... knt.
CPCR
1560
Lesmollen
Sir Thomas Cusake, of
CPCR
1569
Lasmollen
Lease … to sir Thomas Cusacke, knt, and lady Jenett Sarcefeld, his wife ; of the rectory of Kilpatricke, co. Meath. parcel of the possessions of the late house of nuns of Lasmollen, co. Meath. F 1401
F
1570
Lismolin (Thomas Cusake)
Commission to Hugh, bishop of Meath, sir Thomas Cusake, of Lismolin, knt., one of the Privy Council, Henry Cowley, esq., seneschal of the King's county, and Robert Cowley, of Croghehan, same co., F 1554
F
1578
Lesmullen (Edw. Cusake, of ...)
And license to alien them to Edw. Cusake, of Lesmullen, Edm. Darcy, of Derpatrick, George Caddell, Nick. Talbot, of Robertston, F 3482
F
1582
Lesmollyn
(Pardon to Edward Cusake)
CPCR
1582
Lesmollin
Pardon to Edw. Cusack, of Lesmollin, co. Meath, esq. F 3873
F
1583
Lesmollen
Lease…to John Ronane, of Youghell. gent. ; of the rectory of Kilpatricke, co. Meath, parcel of the possessions of the nunnery of Lesmollen. the tithes and altarages due to the vicar excepted. F 4188
F
1584
Lesmollen (Thomas Cusake ...)
Clonearde (John Cusake, of … son of Sir Thomas Cusake, formerly of Lesmollen…), Castlericard (Christopher Morgan Kynsellagh, of …) CPCR (Morrin II) 71
CPCR
1589
Lesmullen
Grant to John Hoy…in Tuterathe alias Farrentonrathe in the Newetowne by Trym, or elsewhere in cos. Meath…conveyed by John Tute, of Blackastle, Edw. Cusacke, of Lesmullen, and others, 22 June F 5348
F
1591
Lismullin (Edw. [Cusake])
Edward [Cusake], Lismullin, co. Meath. <br> Prerogrative Wills 119
Prerogative Wills
1597
Lesmollen (Edward Cusack, late of ...)
29. Grant to James Ware of the custody, wardship, and marriage of Gerald, son of George Ailmer … Edward Cusack, late of Lesmollen … the late abbey or monastery of Trim, and of two parcels of land, called Porchfielde, containing, by estimation, 60 acres, near the precinct of the monastery … the Black Friars of Trim … a small park, called the King’s Park, or the park of Trim … a church or chapel prostrate, called the Maudlin’s Chapel of Trim, and 20 acres arable … he enfeoffed George Ailmer, of Clonecurrie, of all the said lands and hereditaments … Maria Hussey, his widow … Gerald Ailmer, of Castletowne, was son and heir of George Ailmer, deceased, and was of the age of nine years at the time of the death of his father. CPCR (Morrin II) 431
CPCR
1598
Lesmullen
Pardon to Patrick Locke, of Ardbrackan, yeoman ; for an alienation to him by…Richard Cusacke, of Lesmullen, co. Meath, son and heir of Edward Cusacke, late of Lesmullen…Chr. Wellesly, of the Dengin, Edw. Aylmer, of Kilbrue, co. Meath, and Gerald Aylmer, son and heir of George Aylmer, late of Trym, by deed of 17 Dec, 1597 ; of the site of the abbey of the B. V. M. of Trym, land called Porchfeild near the site, and a garden without the Porchgate ; the site and possessions of the monastery of friars preachers of Trym ; the Maudlen chapel and cemetery, a close extending from an eel weir on the Boyne to Lync's park, the Maudelen land in the fields of Trym, the king's park alias the park of Trym, possessions of the house of friars minor observants of Trym ; of which Thomas Cusacke, late of Lesmullen, knt., F 6267
F
1598
Lesmollen (Rich. Cusake of ...)
(gluais) <br> [Scrine cont.] Nich. Cusake of Ballimolchan, Rob. Cusake of Geradstown, Rich. Cusake of Lesmollen, Walter Porter of Kingstown, Jn. Barnwall of Mouncktown, Jn. Barnwall of Cookstown, Mich. Barnwall of Branstown, Nich. Dracot of Oder, Jn. Dracot of [ ] , G. Harvy of Scrine, Wal. Evers of Tarraghe, Rob. Pentenie of Jordanstown, Jn. Plunket of Clonardran, Ellen Plunket of Kilcarne. Descript. Ir. 93
Descr. Ir.
1598
Lismollin
Cusack of Lismollin Cusack of Cufyngston Cusack of Gerardston Cusack of Rahalion [Rathlion] Cusack of Ballunalheu Descr. Ir. 97
Descr. Ir.
1599
Lismullen (Richard Cusacke)
Pardon of intrusion to Richard Cusacke, of Lismullen, Christopher of the Dengin, Edward Ailmer, of Kilbrue … Patrick Locke of Ardbrackan, Porchfield, Maudelyn’s Chapell, Lions his parke, 20 acres in Trim, commonly called the Maudelen’s land, King’s park. CPCR (Morrin II) 517
CPCR
1625
Lismollen (Wm. Dalton, of ...)
Pardon of several alienations … Henry Gernon, to Edward Fleming, of Siddane, in the county of Meath … ; another made by Christopher Cruise, late of Cruiseton, in the county of Meath, to Gerald Aylmer, of Dullardston, and William Dalton, of Lismollen … and Patrick Barnwall, of Arratston CPCR (Morrin III) 73
CPCR
1666
Lismullen
ASE
1666
Lismullin
William [Malone], late of Lismullin, co. Meath, esq., Dubl., alderm.<br> Prerogrative Wills 313
Prerogative Wills
1703
Lesmullen (John Dillon)
Meath. 59. Sir JOHN DILLON of Lesmullen, knt., 18th June 1703…The town and lands of Cardiffstowne, 134a….Moortowne, 131a…Riverstowne and Bailiffstowne, 105 a…an annuity or rent charge…out of Castleton-Tarragh ; bar. Skeene Forf. Est. 373
Forf. Est.
1703
Lismullen
6. Sir JOHN DILLON of Lismullen, co. Meath, knt., 17th March 1702...The town and lands of Little Finlaghtowne and Creroge, 240 a. Grangeboyne, 279 a. ; bar. Deece…<br> Newtown and Clunbrun, 620 a. ; bar. Navan, same co.—the estate of Richard Earl of Tyreconnell, attainted, which had. been granted to Henry Lord Viscount Sidney, and by his Lordship, by two several deeds of lease and release, dated 2d and 3d November 1698, respectively, for the sum of 1,7241. 0s. 8d. conveyed to Sir John Dillon and his heirs. Forf. Est. 373
Forf. Est.
1706
Lismullin (Arthur [Dillon])
Arthur [Dillon], Lismullin, co. Meath. esq. <br> Prerogrative Wills 133 <br> 1745 Arthur [Dillon ], Lismullin, co. Meath. <br> Prerogrative Wills 133
Prerogative Wills
1836
Lismullen Parish
DS:AL Leathanach: Mí069,21
1836
Lismullen 1/2 of Loghtowne & 1/2 of Blundistowne
DS:AL Leathanach: Mí069,21
1836
Lismullen
Beaufort Map 1797:AL Leathanach: Mí069,21
1836
Lismullen, half Laganstown and half Blundlestown
GJRates (Old Docket): AL Leathanach: Mí069,21
1836
Lissmullen
Larkin (Mí):AL Leathanach: Mí069,21
1836
Lismullen Parish
HCSV:AL Leathanach: Mí069,21
1836
Lismullen, half Laganstown and half Blundelstown
HCSV:AL Leathanach: Mí069,21
1836
Lismullen
Archdall:AL Leathanach: Mí069,21
1836
Lismolyn
[King]
Archdall:AL Leathanach: Mí069,21
1836
Lismollen
Inq. H VIII (Archdall):AL Leathanach: Mí069,21
1836
Lismollen
Inq. Eliz. I:AL Leathanach: Mí069,21
1836
Lismollen
Inq. C I:AL Leathanach: Mí069,21
1836
Lios mhuilinn, 'fort of the mill'
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí069,21
1836
Lios mhuilinn
pl:AL Leathanach: Mí069,21
1836
Lesmollen
Inq. Eliz. I:AL Leathanach: Mí069,21
1836
Lismullen
Inq. J I:AL Leathanach: Mí069,21
1836
Lismullen
Inq. C I:AL Leathanach: Mí069,21
1836
Lismullin
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí069,21

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