townland
Cill Charú Thiar
genitive: Chill Charú Thiar
non-validated name
(Irish)
Kilcarra West
(English)

Glossary

English church

Centrepoint

52.822, -6.2254 latitude, longitude
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Archival records

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Historical references

1566
Killcharowne, in Twomalen
F
1571
Kilkaro
COD
1582
Kilcaroe, Kilkaroe
F
1601
Kilcarowe
F
1636
Kilcarrone?
Dublin Wills
1638
Kilcarrowe
Dublin Wills
1660c
Killcarrow
BSD (CM)
1726
Killcarrow
CGn.
1728
Killcarra
CGn.
1729
Killcara
CGn.
1760
Kill-carra
Nevill 1760
1765
Killcarrow
Dublin Wills
1766
Killara
CGn.
1818
Kilcarra
CGn.
1825
Kilcarra
TAB
1839
Kilcarrow
BSD:AL Leathanach: CM003,8
1839
Kilcarra
Probys Stewart, Capt.:AL Leathanach: CM003,8
1839
[Kilcarra West]
"A small village is in the central south, through which a stream runs, from a spring into the Avoca river" [Desc. Rem.];
Desc. Rem.:AL Leathanach: CM003,8
1839
Kilcarra West Townland
Rec. Name:AL Leathanach: CM003,8
1839
Killcarra
Allen Nevill Map:AL (CM) Leathanach: CM003,8
1839
Cill Carthaigh, 'St Carthach's church'
"old church yard" [pl];
OD:AL Leathanach: CM003,8
1839
Kilcarara
GJP 1837:AL Leathanach: CM003,8
1839
Kilcarra
TAB Leathanach: CM003,8
1839
Kilcarrow
Cess Bk:AL Leathanach: CM003,8
1839
Kilcarra
LSO (CM)

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