Láithreach Cora
genitive: Láithreach Cora
non-validated name
(Irish)
Laracor
(English)

Glossary

cora, coraidh, corann
English weir, stone-fence, ford

Explanatory note

  • Gaeilge

    (the) place of (the) weir
    Féach an tagairt ‘The Parrish of Larahcor, Collierstowne – There being on the said lands an eale weir’ (1654)

Centrepoint

53.5224, -6.78425latitude, longitude
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Archival records

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Historical references

1386
Lercorre
Patent Roll 9 Richard II <br> COMMISSION, by mainprize of Edmund Berle and Peter Rowe, to Thomas Cusak and Richard Duraunt chaplain of custody of the lands that belonged to Thomas and Richard in Lercorre, Clonmethan and Dengyn, co. Meath. (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1388
Lercorre
Patent Roll 12 Richard II <br> COMMISSION, by mainprize of Thomas Cusak of Dublin and Philip Rede, to Walter Gower of custody of 1 messuage, 1 mill and 6 acres of land in Lercorre, co. Meath. (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1402
Lercorre
Patent Roll 3 Henry IV <br> COMMISSION, by mainprize of John Dowdall of co. Louth and William Molys of co. Meath, to Robert Lynh[a]m of custody of 3 messuages in Lercorre, 4 messuages of land, 8 acres of meadow, 16 acres of pasture in Great Tury [magna Tury] and 1 acre of moor in Dengyn. (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1408
Lercorre
Patent Roll 9 Henry IV <br> COMMISSION, for service, to William Sutton, one of the clerks of chancery, of custody of 1 messuage and 30 acres that lately belonged to Walter Bernard in Callan; 1 messuage and 10 acres that lately belonged to John Fey in the barony of Skreen; and 15 acres that lately belonged to Richard fitz William in Neleston near Lercorre, co. Meath. (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1408
Lercor (parish church of St. Mary)
VI 125-128 To Nicholas Jordan, clerk, of the diocese of Meath. Reservation of a benefice, as in the preceding, in the gift of the bishop of Meath, provided etc. as ibid; notwithstanding that he is litigating in the apostolic palace about the perpetual vicarage without cure in the parish church of St. Mary Lercor in the diocese of Meath, value not exceeding 20 marks. Vite etc.
CPL
1408
Lerecore, Lorcore
Henry Blacbourne Meath . VI 128-147 To Nicholas Jordane, clerk, of the diocese of Meath. Rehabilitation on account of his having obtained, by collation and provision of bishop Robert, the perpetual vicarage of St. Mary's, Lercore… and the prior of Newtown (Noveville) by Trym … (here spelt Lorcore), void by the above non-promotion and value not exceeding 30 marks. Vite etc
CPL
1416
Lercorre
Patent Roll 4 Henry V <br> LICENCE, for four years, to Nicholas Jordan, vicar of Lercorre, diocese of Meath, to leave Ire. and go to the court of Rome or anywhere else where his affairs take him (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1421
Lercorre
Patent Roll 9 Henry V <br> Considering how the franchises or liberties of Meath which belonged to Edmund Mortimer, earl of March and Ulster, in Ire. have now lately been taken and seized [into the K.'s hand], LICENCE to Richard Duraunt chaplain and Thomas Cusak, citizen of Dublin, to grant and alienate […] messuages, 5 carucates of land, 60 acres of meadow, 200 acres of pasture and 200 acres of wood in Lercorre, Dengyn, Clonmothan, […,] Clondongan, Clonbuttane and Clondyrres, which are held of the said earl in chief, as is said, to John Champeneys, John Pachet, John Spr[… …,] Walter Northamptoun and John Ingoll, chaplains, to have to them and their heirs forever (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1461-83
lercorre
William Davy de drogheda ... en Knokeuryke iuxte Slane ... litildardiestoñ iuxte le Nall ... en Kerranestoñ oue lez apprtenantz iuxte dyueleke ... en dovanestoñ ... en dyveleke ... Turbivile ...en lez Maudelyns vien pres Trym ... en lercorre ... prise a Trym̃ en le Guylhall ... davy leynagh Chaplain irroys ... de lez Oleynaghes vileyne ... John Omony Chaplain irrois ... de lez Omonyes vileyne ... SRI Edw. IV 414-6
Stat. Rolls
1540-1
Larcoure
George Mape of
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1540-1
R. of Laraghcorre
(Peter Lenche)
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1540c
Larcore
Extenta manerii de Moylagh … Rathmolyan … Petri Leynes de Knock, Wm. Rocheford de Fraffan, Petri Lynam de eadem, Donaldi Nary de eadem, <br> Nich. Cusake de Clonnaghan, <br> Georgii Mape de Larcore, Ric. Whyte de eadem, Hugonis Dermonnte de eadem <br> Thome Brengham de Somerston, Edm. Lawles de Carbreston, Donaldi O Toole de eadem <br> Cormaci Hyke de Somerston, Hugonis Quynne de eadem, Rob. Roche de eadem <br> Thadei Southan de Castelton … Crown Survey 108
Crown Surv.
1540c
Larcorre
Villata de Turen … Et quod Johannes Nugent … <br> Villata de Larcorre … Et quod Georgius Mape … Wm. Thorpe … Baconrath, Somerston, Turen et Larcorre <br> Villata de Baconston et Ramyston Crown Survey 111
Crown Surv.
1540c
Laracorr
Baronia [[de Dece]] … <br> Moyaghan … Item the Newtown of Moyaghan … Item Cowlcor … Moynalwey … Woghterillagh … Senkeniston … Quyniston … Dongheston … Ballcreowyr … Barreiston … Wareniston … Colyndraght … Laracorr 25 acres of Cusakislandes … {30} acres of Whitislandes … Sommeriston … Turyn … Crown Survey 293
Crown Surv.
1541
Letercorr
Grant to conventual persons of Thomascourte by Dublin; of the pensions following :—John Rocheforde, 53s. 4d. ; Thomas Browne, 53s. Ad. ; and Thomas Sarswell, 53s. id.; issuing out of Letercorr and Kilmore, co. Meath. FHen. 255
F
1552
Larcorre als. Larryghorre
CPCR
1553
Laracor
John Donagh, chaplain.
CPCR
1554
Lethercor
"Peter Lynce of the Knock ... my body to be buryed be for the Image of the Blessed vyrgin mary in my Parish Chirch of lethercor"
JKAS Imleabhar: VI, Leathanach: 358
1559
Laracor
Mat. Kyng to the Lord Deputy Sussex … Auditor Browne arrived June 5. He desires the lease of the parsonage of Laracor or Siddon in the county of Meath. CSPI (1509‒1573) 154
CSPI
1564
Laracor
(511). Presentation of John Allen, clerk ; to the vicarage of S. Mary of Laracor, county Meath, vacant by the death of William Chamberlein.—21 December, vii. F 693
F
1568
Larraghcor
Lease to Thomas Ellyott, gent, of the rectories of Larraghcor and Kilmore, co. Meath, possessions of the late abbey of S. Thomas the martyr by Dublin. Recites a lease by the abbot and convent in 1536 to John Lawles, chaplain, and Peter Lynce, of the Knock, gent., for -41 years, as Peter Lynce and William Brnne had held the same. F 1242
F
1582
Laroghcorr (the rectories of ... and Kilmore)
(Grant to Thomas Eliot, master gunner)
CPCR
1583
Laraghcore
Lease … to Tho. Elliote, gent., the queen's master gunner ; of the rectories of Laraghcore and Kilmore, co. Meath. To hold for 30 years from the expiration of No. 1242…Provided that he shall not alien without license, to any, except they be English both by father and mother, or born in the Pale.— F 4254
F
1601
Laricor
Pardon to…Lawrence Walshe, of Laricor, co. Meath, yeoman…Garrett Lyns, of Donowre, co. Meath, gent., Andrew Keatinge, of Knockmarke, same co., yeoman, Wm. Seis, of Laricor, same co., cottier, Tho. Keigan, of same, cottier, Tho. Keatinge, of Longwood, same co. F 6492
F
1601
Laraghcor
Memorandum of Gerald Wesley, of the Dangan … Michael Cusacke, of Rathalron, granted and conveyed to Gerald Wesley the manor of Dangine, the lands of Laraghcor, Redeston, Courseton, Clondogane, Clonmaghane, Arroteston, Swayneston, Clonymethe, Walterston, Woodtowne, Betagheston, Garreris, Dromlargene, Clarkestone, Marenerstone, and Donakerne, ... Appointment of Marcus Walsh, of Dangen, to deliver seisin and possession. CPCR (Morrin II) 592
CPCR
1602
Larecor
Pardon to…Alexander Walshe, of Larecor, co. Meath… F 6666
F
1624
Larraghcorr...Larraghcorre
Pardon of alienation for Gerald Wesley of Denigan…the manor of Denigan, Readston, Larraghcorr, Stoakeston, Omerston, Clondowgan, Clonmoghane, Little Mooreton, Ballycoghan, Little Freffans, Stockston, Gouldingslands and Stonehouse, which Gerard Lynche holds in Larraghcorre, all belonging to said manor of Moryngton ows. Mornanton, Dunakerny, the manor of Ballinaglassan, Blackhale, Brownrath, all parcel of the manor of Ballinaglassan; and Pelletston, parcel of the manor of Rathoath… aliened all the premises to Thos. Kelly and Donald King… CPR 579
CPR
1628
Lorraghcor
Licence to Thomas Elliott to alienate to Christopher Elliott, Garret Leyns, Nicholas Loftus, and John Bise, so much of the term of 50 years as the said Thomas now has in the rectories of Lorraghcor, Kilmore, Athesie, and Rathtaine, in the county of Meath.— CPCR (Morrin III) 395
CPCR
1643
Laraghcor
fol. 155r <br> Robert Bonynge of Canistowne in the parish of Trym in the Countye of Meath Clarke … Valerian Weisly of the Dingan Esquire Gerald Leynch of the Knocke Esquire Richard Lynham of Adamstowne Peter Hussey of Culmullin Francis Mackawaye of Ballinaskea … after the burninge of Sir Thomas Nugents howse att Moyrath … Robert Bonynge Vicar of Laraghcor Depositions MS 816, fols 155r-155v
Dep. 1641
1667
Larraghcorr
44. Sir JOHN STEPHENS knt, Gov' of the castle of Dublin… Collierstowne, Meath. (part), 39 a.—in Umberstowne, 10 a.—in Clondogan, 15 a…in Larraghcorr, 191a…in Readstowne, 164 a. ; bar. Moyfenragh ASE 105
ASE
1836
Laracor
BS:AL Leathanach: Mí068,30
1836
Laracor
Langford, Lord:AL Leathanach: Mí068,30
1836
Laracor
HCSV:AL Leathanach: Mí068,30
1836
Laracor
HCER 1826:AL Leathanach: Mí068,30
1836
Laraghcorr
DS Ref.:AL Leathanach: Mí068,30
1836
Lauraghcorr
DS Map:AL Leathanach: Mí068,30
1836
Laracor
OD (corr.):AL Leathanach: Mí068,30

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