civil parish
Cluain Meala
genitive: Chluain Meala
validated name
(Irish)
Clonmel
(English)

Glossary

cluain, cluaine
English meadow, pasture

Explanatory note

Centrepoint

51.8777, -8.30791latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1465
vicarie parrochialis ecc. Beata Marie de Comell
Ann. Cloyn. Leathanach: 5
1591
Clonmell
Cl. Par. Rec. CCR Leathanach: ii, 144
1618
Templerobin and Clonmel otherwise Clonmult
CPR Leathanach: 368
1634
Clonmell
Cl. Par. Rec. CCR Leathanach: ii, 145
1655
Clonmell Parish
DS
1655
The Parish of Clonmell
DS (P)
1663
Clonmell alias Clounele
Cl. Par. Rec. CCR Leathanach: ii, 145
1685
Clonmell
Hib. Del.
1841
Clonmell Parish
BS:AL Leathanach: Co101,3
1841
Clonmel Parish
r.c.
O'Sullivan, Rev. P.:AL Leathanach: Co101,3
1841y
Cluain meala, 'lawn or meadow of the honey'
OD:AL Leathanach: Co101,3
1841
Cluain meala
dúch:AL Leathanach: Co101,3
1841
Clonmel
OD:AL Leathanach: Co101,3
1918
Teampull Iarthair, or T. Thiar
The name, Clonmel, is not in popular use. Teampull Iarthair, or T. Thiar (West Church), is the name popularly applied to the ancient parish church.
PRIA 34 C 9 Leathanach: 220

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