townland
Carrick
(English)

Centrepoint

53.7958, -7.38137latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1610
Carrick
O.S. 6" Ref. XLI
MEC
1611
Carricke
CPR Leathanach: 210b
1618
Carrick alias Carricke
Inq. Ult. Alt: 6 J 1
1657
Lord Lamberts Lands
Paróiste Kilmore. Tá an áit seo suite i "Protestant Landes (sic)" sa ghnáth DS.
DS (P)
1660c.
Carrick
BSD (Ca) Leathanach: 237
1709
Carrigg
Carvaghs Leathanach: 35
1836
[Carrick]
"Immediately behind the chapel stands Carrick Rock, a huge mass of bluish limestone. The only rock or greaney of the kind about this part of the country; the stone is carried a distance of 10 or 12 [....]" [Desc. Rem.];
Desc. Rem.:AL Leathanach: Ca022,6
1836
Carrick
OD:AL Leathanach: Ca022,6
1836
Carrick
BS:AL Leathanach: Ca022,6
1836
Carrick
BM:AL Leathanach: Ca022,6
1836
Carrick als. Carricke
Inq. J I:AL Leathanach: Ca022,6
1836
Carricke
Inq. C I:AL Leathanach: Ca022,6
1836
Carrick
TAB Leathanach: Ca022,6
1836
Carrigg
Carvaghs List 1699:AL Leathanach: Ca022,6
1836
Carrick
Return (Jurors):AL (Ca) Leathanach: Ca022,6
1836
Carricke
Old MS:AL Leathanach: Ca022,6
1836
Carrick
Co. Table:AL Leathanach: Ca022,6
1836
Carraic, 'a rock or rocky land'
"rupes [vel] terra scopulara" [dúch];
OD:AL Leathanach: Ca022,6

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