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An Fráin
genitive: an Fhráin
non-validated name
(Irish)
Fraine
(English)

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county

barony

civil parish

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53.6008, -6.93465latitude, longitude
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Historical references

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Níor aimsíodh an logainm san fhoinse seo: LSO (Mí)
Nóta
1422c
Freigne
Johi Graunt de Freigne & Johi Edward in bar' de Luyn'
RPat. Cl. Leathanach: 230
1425
Frayn' jux' Athboy
RPat. Cl. Leathanach: 236
1425
Frayn'
Patent Roll 3 Henry VI <br> SALE, for 10m paid in the receipt of the Ex., to Richard Sydgreve of custody of 1 mill and 1 carucate of land, with appurtenances, in the town of Frayn' near Athboy, (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1530
Frayne (Nicholas Tuyt of ...)
27 May 1530. Dublin, before the Barons of the Exchequer. Jurors:—Walter Starkey of Nynche, Mathew Bathe of Bessheleston, William Richyn of Glascarn, Thomas Corbally of Dunshaghlyn, Nicholas Tuyt of Frayne, John Nugent of Balrathnesly, Robert Crompe of Marscaleston, Nicholas Mole of Martineston, Nicholas Ford of Fordeston, James Begge of Moyaghie, Richard Bertram of Rathouth & John Coyne of Grenoke. Christopher Plunket of Killallon, (2) called Christopher Kegh,(3) illegitimate s. of Thomas Plunket, late of Loghcrew, had on 25 Nov 1522, the date of his outlawry, 3 cows worth 6s.8d each, 2 horses worth 6s.8d. each, 7 pigs worth 12d. each, 2a. corn worth 3s.4d. an acre, & 2a. oats worth 3s4d. an acre, & a 30 farm of 80a. in Ballenekyll(4) & Shancoxe, part of the manor of Killallon, co. Meath, held from John Plunket, Lord Kyllen, for 16 years from 10 Sept 1526 at 4m. p.a. & worth 3s.4d. more than that. The 3s.4d. are therefore taken into the King's hand.
Cal. Inq.
1540c
Frayne
Liberi tenentes <br> Et quod Barnabas Skurloke … in Dressok et Durlaughan <br> … Edmundus Butler tenet … de Moynete <br> … sancti Johannis iuxta Trymme … villatam de Dungeny … <br> Thomas Tute … villatam de Frayne … <br> Patricius Russell tenet .. villatam de Ballynfroske … <br> Ecclesie de Kyldalke tenet libere villatam de Bodenamston … Crown Survey 122
Crown Surv.
1540c
Frayne
Dominus de Tecroghan <br> Pat. Bathe de Rafeyghe <br> Barnabeus Skurloke de Frayne tenet Skurlokes lands Crown Survey 318
Crown Surv.
1552
Frane als. Frayne
CPCR
1565
Frayne
Barnaby Scurlock of Frayne
F Leathanach: 732
1566
Frayne
F Leathanach: 853
1566
Frayne
(0238). Surrender by Barnaby Scurlocke, of Frayne, co. Meath, gent. ; of the church and tithes of Scurlokeston, held under lease from the abbot of S. Thomas the Martyr, Dublin, F 853
F
1568
Frayn
F Leathanach: 3350
1573
the Frayne
F Leathanach: 2345
1578
Frayn
Commission to Hugh, bishop of Meath, John Garvey, dean of the Holv Trinitv, Dublin, Nich. Nugent, of Kilkrane, esq., John Ball LL.E., Tho. Spencfell, of Balriogh, official of Meath, Richard Lynam, of Adamstone, Barnaby Scurloke Frayn, and Edward Nugent, of Carulanston, learned in the law as delegates; to hear an appeal from George Ackworth… official principal of the archbishop of Dublin, in a matrimonial cause : Patrick Sedgree, of Killeglan, gent., against Katherine Goldinge, alias Plunckett : Gerald Plunckett, of Loghkrew, diocese of Meath, gent., intervenient.—30 June, xx. F 3350 (5861.)
F
1580
Frayne
Barnaby Skurloke, of Frayne
F Leathanach: 3672
1581-2
Frain
Walter Scorlocke, of Frain
F Leathanach: 3847
1582
Fraine
1582 Livery …Barnaby Scurloke, of Fraine, gent., F 3398
F Leathanach: 3896
1583-4
Fraine
Owen O Philan, of Fraine cottiers
F Leathanach: 4346
1596-7
the Fraigne
Richard Skurloke, of the Fraigne, co.Meath
F Leathanach: 6037
1596-7
Fraigne
License to Thomas Marche, son of Anthony Marche ; to alien to Richard Skurloke, of the Fraigne, co. Meath, gent., the lands of Clonfadde, King's co. Thomas had failed to comply with the conditions of the grant G27. He lived in Connanght and had married an Irish woman. F 6037
F
1598
Frame
(Gluais) Lune — Rich. Plunket of Rathmore, Pat. Begge of Moyagher, Martin Blake, Js. Dowdall, Melchior Moore and Robert Misset, all of Athboy ; Walter Scurlocke of the Frame, Roger Dillon of Ballenedramey, Jn. Rochfort of Keranston, Rob. R. of Clonekevan, Wal Lince of Donowre, Wal. Nangle of Kildalkey Descr. Ir. 96
Descr. Ir.
1602
Frayne (Walter Scurloke, of ...)
20. Commission to Thomas, Bishop of Meath ; Sir Anthony Sentleger, Master of the Rolls ; Sir James Dillon, of Moymet ; and Alexander Ivers, of Ratayne ; to appoint and limit to Walter Scurloke, of the Frayne, in the county of Meath CPCR (Morrin II) 631
CPCR
1619
Fraine
CPR Leathanach: 504a
1620
Frayne
Inq. Lag. Leathanach: 40 Jac.1
1622
the Fraine
CPR Leathanach: 561a
1628
the Fraine (Walter Scurlock, late of ...)
Livery of the possessions of Walter Scurlock, late of the Fraine, in the county of Meath, to Barnaby, his son and heir ; a CPCR (Morrin III) 432
CPCR
1634
Frayne
Inq. Lag. Leathanach: 95 Car 1
1642c
the ffraine (Mr Scurlocke of ...)
fol. 105r <br> . (158) The examina c ion of George Gonne clerke Late Incumbent of the parish of Athboy … Mr Richard Preston of Kilkeylan, Mr Richard Terill of Athboy … Mr Scurlocke of the ffraine repaired, with the remaynder of his poore forlorne family vnto Dublin, Jur vt supra Hen: Jones Hen: Brereton Depositions MS 816, fols 105r-105v
Dep. 1641
1654-5
ffrane
CS V Leathanach: 208
1657
Frayne
DS
1660c
Ffrane
BSD (Mí) Leathanach: 175
1667
Frame
JOHN GAICK, JOHN VYE, and WM BUNSTON or BURTON…Newtowne, 40 a….bar. Ratoath, co. Meath - all these to Gaick—in Frame, 260 a…bar. Lune, — to Vye and Bunston ASE 98
ASE
1669
Fraine, east part of
ASE Leathanach: 190a
1685
Frayne
Hib. Del.
1703
Fraine
Faustin Cuppaidge...in Fraine, 54 a.; bar. Lune…the estate of the late King James. Forf. Est. 363-4
Forf. Est.
1777
Ardrums (Great)
Longfield Maps Leathanach: [Uimh.] 5
1802
Frain
Stat. Surv. (Mí)
1812
Fraine
Larkin (Mí)
1836
Frayne
BS:AL Leathanach: Mí007,17
1836
Fraine
HCSV:AL Leathanach: Mí007,17
1836
Frayne
Reg. Voters:AL Leathanach: Mí007,17
1836
Fraine
Larkin (Mí):AL Leathanach: Mí007,17
1836
Fraine
Tithe Bk. (Rev. R. Noble):AL (Mí) Leathanach: Mí007,17
1836
Fraine
Rickard, Rev. J.:AL Leathanach: Mí007,17
1836
Frain
Local:AL Leathanach: Mí007,17
1836
Frane
DS:AL Leathanach: Mí007,17
1836
Frayne
Inq. J I:AL Leathanach: Mí007,17
1836
Frayne
Inq. C I:AL Leathanach: Mí007,17
1836
Frayne
Inq. G. & M.:AL Leathanach: Mí007,17
1836
Fráin, 'a place of shelter'
"Old Maguire, a native of Tlachtga." [Nóta OD]
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí007,17
1836
Fráin
pl:AL Leathanach: Mí007,17
1836
Fraine
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí007,17

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