townland
Fuinseog
genitive: Fhuinseoige
(Irish)
Finshoge
(English)

Glossary

uinse, fuinseog, fuinsinn
English ash-tree

Centrepoint

52.3699, -6.8985 latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1281-2
Accounts of Raym. Lund, receiver of Baronies of Old Ross and the Island....Athuy, Balyrothduff, Dergray, ffunchik, Balim’dermod, Culroth, Scatheriky.
Hore Imleabhar: I, Leathanach: 18
1283
Funchoky
(Bigod Accounts 1239-12)
Kn. Fees Leathanach: 19
1305
Ponthok...(Fonshoke v.l.)
(Bigod Inq)
Hore Imleabhar: I, Leathanach: 170
1307
Fonchok
CJR Leathanach: 348, Imleabhar: II
1654
finsoke, Finsoke
CS (LG) Leathanach: 205
1666
Finchoge
ASE Leathanach: 96
1683
Finchoge (Ivory)
Bayly Papers Leathanach: 103
1840
Finchogue
Mr. Whitty et omnia
Whitty:AL (LG) Seanros
1840
Fuinnseóg 'ash; a place abounding in ash trees'
OD:AL

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