townland
Cnoc na Foraire
genitive: Chnoc na Foraire
(Irish)
Santryhill
(English)

Centrepoint

53.1803, -6.52573 latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1723
Centry Hill
CGn.
1727
Butchers Centryhill
CGn.
1732
Centryhill
CGn.
1833
Santry Hill
TAB
1839
Santry Hill
Moore, Rev. O.W.:AL Leathanach: CM012,95
1839
Santry Hill
Finnemor, J.:AL Leathanach: CM012,95
1839
Santry Hill
Assess. List 1800:AL Leathanach: CM012,95
1839
Santry Hill Townland
"right" [OC]; "Called after Lord Santry" [OD Nóta];
Rec. Name:AL Leathanach: CM012,95
1839
Santry Hill
Merrey, W.:AL Leathanach: CM012,95
1839
Santry Hill
Mooney, J.:AL Leathanach: CM012,95
1839
Santry Hill
BS:AL Leathanach: CM012,95
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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