townland
Mullán an Díolúnaigh
genitive: Mhullán an Díolúnaigh
(Irish)
Dillonsdown
(English)

Centrepoint

53.1873, -6.53523 latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1730
Old Deerpark commonly called Dillonstown
CGn.
1811
Dillonsdowne
CGn.
1833
Dillonsdown
TAB
1839
Dillonsdown
Mooney, J.:AL Leathanach: CM012,83
1839
Dillons Downs Townland
Rec. Name:AL Leathanach: CM012,83
1839
Dillons Down
pl:AL Leathanach: CM012,83
1839
Dillonsdowns
OC:AL Leathanach: CM012,83
1839
Dillonsdown
OC (corr.):AL Leathanach: CM012,83
1839
Dillons Downs
BS:AL Leathanach: CM012,83
1839
Dillonsdown
Moore, Rev. O.W.:AL Leathanach: CM012,83
1839
Dillonsdown
Merrey, W.:AL Leathanach: CM012,83
1967
Dillonsdown, Edmondstown, Newpaddocks, Oldpaddocks and Santryhill were all small portions of Blessington Demesne (Munfine). The names are forst recorded on the Downshire Estate map of 1770, as Dillonsdown, Edmonstowne, New Paddock, Old Paddock and Santr
PN Wicklow

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