Cnoc an Línsigh
genitive: Chnoc an Línsigh
(Irish)
Summerhill
(English)

Glossary

English hill

Centrepoint

53.4822, -6.73299latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1535
the Knock (William Lynche, of ...)
32. Deposition of William Lynche, of the Knock, in the County of Meath, Gent. He paid a sum of money to Walter Hosey, of Mellussey, deceased, to the use of Thomas Fitzgerald, the traitor, for safeguard of himself, his castle, lands, and tenants. Thomas Fitzgerald was ruled in his rebellion by Justice Delahide, Dame Janet Eustace, wife to Sir Walter Delahide, steward to Kildare, and her son James. CPSI (1549-1573) 11
F
1540c
Knock (Petri Leynes de ...)
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.
1542
Knocke (Peter Lynce, of ...)
Grant to Lewis Tudyr and others, to the use of Anthony Sentleger, knt., Lord Deputy ; in consideration of the sum of £56 ; of the site of the monastery of friars minors observants of Trym, a garden without the Portchgate, the Mawdlen chapel, the Mawdlen church yard, an eel weir on the Boyne, a park extending from the weir to Lynces park, land extending from the river to Saint Thomas' Park, near the Mawdlen chapel, between the bishop of Meath's land and Brownisland, by the Saleparke, and between Saint Thomas' land and the land of Peter Lynce, of Knocke by Forstereston, also the King's park alias the park of Tryme, county Meath. FHen. 325
F
1568
the Knock (Peter Lynce, of ...)
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
1598
the Knocke (Pat. Lince of ...)
Moyfenragh — Rd Barnwall of Newcastle, Garret Weslie of the Dengan, Pat. Lince of the Knocke, Hen. Dillon of Little Frefan, Th. Lynam of Adamstown, Rich. Misset of Bedlowstown, Edw. Kindellane of Ballnekill, Peter… Descr. Ir. 95
Descr. Ir.
1598
the Knock (Lynch of...)
Hamlen of Smythston Cromp of Muchalton Foord of Foordston Lynch of the knock Eliot of Baliesko Russell of Cookeston Telines of Telinston Descr. Ir. 101
Descr. Ir.
1641
i gCnoc a' Leghissigh
tugadar Sasanaigh 1290 ar a' bPristunach i gCnoc a' Leghissigh. Lch.39. Cinn Lae Uí Mhealláin
Cinnlae Amhl.
1643
the Knocke (Gerald Leynch of ...)
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
1666
Knock als. Summerhill
25. HENRY Bishop of MEATH and his heirs, for ever…Knock alias Summerhill, with its parcells, viz. Moige and Knockbegg, 743a… Baconstowne, Jordanstowne, 200 a….Rahinstowne alias Ballyraine (part), 396 a…in Ballinderry, 178 a…bar. Moyfenragh, co. Meath. —Total quantity, 2,025 a… ASE 69
ASE
1666
Knocke als. Summerhill
47. HENRY Bishop of MEATH—Knocke alias Summerhill, with its parcells, viz. Moige and Knockbegg. 743 a…Baconstowne, 507 a…Jordanstowne, 200 a…Rahinstowne alias Bally-Raine (part), 396 a…in Ballin-derry, 178 a…bar. Moyfenrath, co. Meath… Total quantity, 2,025 a… ASE 82-83
ASE
1683
Summerhill (Hercules [Langford])
sir Hercules [Langford], Summerhill, co. Meath, bart.<br> Prerogrative Wills 276
Prerogative Wills
1716
Summerhill (Arthur [Langford])
sir Arthur [Langford], Summerhill, co. Meath. <br> Prerogrative Wills 276
Prerogative Wills
1836
Summerhill
GJ Warrant 1835:AL Leathanach: Mí068,17
1836
Summerhill
BS:AL Leathanach: Mí068,17
1836
Summerhill
Beaufort Map 1797:AL Leathanach: Mí068,17
1836
Summerhill
Larkin (Mí):AL Leathanach: Mí068,17
1836
Summerhill
GJ Warrant 1829:AL Leathanach: Mí068,17
1836
Summerhill
Langford, Lord:AL Leathanach: Mí068,17
1836
Summerhill
HCER 1826:AL Leathanach: Mí068,17
1836
Summerhill
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí068,17

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