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Brosnach
ginideach: Bhrosnaí
(Gaeilge)
Brosna
(Béarla)

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An Seabhac: Paróiste an Bhrosna[igh]. Annamh a húsáidtear an –igh deiridh sin anois. Abha na Féile sa trn. thuaidh ar an bpar. Tá an Abha Bheag (Auebeg River) ag gabháil trína lár agus laisteas. An Chlaeideac[h] (Claydag River) ar an trn. thoir. An Brosna[ch] Thoir/Thiar Tsl. gein. = Mullach a’Bhrosna. Iarsma seaneaglaise cois an tSráidbhaile den ainm. Tobar beannuithe taobh theas – Tobar Moling. An Brosna (An Sráidbhaile)
Nóta
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E Onom. Goed.: brosnach 3 {1} a r. Brosnach in c. Kerry flowing into the r. Feale; Brosnad Droma Iaraind, W of Áth Lucraide on the Féile, BLis 195a; fris mbruchtai ler lebend, i. in Brosnachai, i. ler in mara a trácht fris in tan ra triall furri corras-gab Brénainn mac Finnlogai dia laim he, MartO. 173; {2} a village in c. Kerry, O’Brien, Dictionary; tl. & p. Brosna, b. Trughanacmy. c. Kerry; c. Kerry, 8 m. SE of Listowel, PGI i 282; *has MoLing’s well
Nóta
1250c.
do Bhrosna Droma hIarainn
= "do Bhrosna Droma hiaraind" Lia Fáil I 96
Ag. na Sean. Leathanach: II;7
1250c.
ceithre snoicc a Brosnaigh bháin?
Ag. na Sean. Leathanach: III;78
1298-99
Brossnauth
'in the mountain parts of Lothyr [Luachair], to wit Tylauthleg and Brossnauth'
CDI Leathanach: 256, Imleabhar: IV
1484
Dromeryn
Ann. Ardf. Leathanach: 34, Alt: 92
1492
Kylldromahyaraynd
Ann. Ardf. Leathanach: 38, Alt: 106
1494
Dromyeraynd
Ann. Ardf. Leathanach: 41, Alt: 114
1505
Dromyrna
Ann. Ardf. Leathanach: 45, Alt: 134
1517
Dromierani
Ann. Ardf. Leathanach: 48, Alt: 146
1572
the Brosenaghe
rimers of the Earl
Cal. Carew Imleabhar: I, Leathanach: 415
1586
Brasenogh, alias Braseno
Desm. Surv. Leathanach: 22
1586
Brassanogh
Desm. Surv. Leathanach: 22
1589
Brasnagh
F Leathanach: 5313
1589
Brasnagh
Charles Herbert; 'the manor and chief house called Brasnagh with it’s lands lying on the mountain of Slevlogher'
F Leathanach: 5313
1592-3
Brasenaughe
F Leathanach: 5781
1597
Brossnaghe
Donald O Dalie
F Leathanach: 6183
1600c
go Brosnuigh
"do thigedh sé go bádhach / ó Áoibh Rátha go Brosnuigh"
Ir. Bard. Poet Leathanach: 191
1601
Brosnagh
Geffrey m’Donell I Dalley
F Leathanach: 6576
1601
Brasnath
Donell O Dalie
F Leathanach: 6555
1601
Brosnagh
John mcTeige McGuillisie
F Alt: 6498
1601
John oge McDonnell McBrossnaghe?
F Alt: 6498
1601
Brosnagh
Gogherig mcDallig I Dally
F Alt: 6539
1601
Brosne
Morrogh O Dalie mcTeig
F Alt: 6477
1613
Dulle-Brasnagh otherwise Brasnagh
CPR Leathanach: 242b
1620
Brensagh?
CPR Leathanach: 480a
1638c
Brasnagh super montem voc’ Selwloghery
Inq.(Ci) Leathanach: II 91
1650-80
ar Brosnaigh
Ó Bruadair Leathanach: II/228
1655c.
Brosnagh, the Parish of
DS
1655
Ould Brosnagh
bf
DS
1659
Brosnogh
Cen. Leathanach: 247
1660c.
Old Brasnagh
BSD (Ci) Leathanach: 82:4
1660c.
Bosnagh
BSD (Ci) Leathanach: 82
1667
Old Brosnagh
ASE Leathanach: 120:43
1669
Old Brasnagh
ASE Leathanach: 207:41
1685
Oldbrosnagh
Hib. Del.
1685
Brosnagh
Hib. Del.
1709c
a tteampoll Molinn ar Brosnaigh
Gadelica Imleabhar: I, Imleabhar: 107
1750c
Broshnach
RIA Imleabhar: 24 K 43, Imleabhar: 42
1821
Brosna
Pop. Ir.
1829c
Brosna
TAB Leathanach: 5
1841
Parish of Brusna
BS:AL Leathanach: Ci022,1
1841
Brosnagh Rectory
Smith Hist. Kerry:AL Leathanach: Ci022,1
1841
Brosnagh
Vallancey Map:AL Leathanach: Ci022,1
1841
Brosnach, 'land of dried wood or fire wood'
OD:AL Leathanach: Ci022,1
1841
Brosna
OD (corr.):AL Leathanach: Ci022,1
1841
Is in Irish Brosnach ... but it’s true meaning is still unknown. Many rivers have their source in this Parish and it is highly probable that the name has reference to that circumstance.
... The site of the old church is to be seen near the little hamlet of Brusna in the Townland of Brusna West, but no part of it remains. It appears that the patron saint of this Parish was the celebrated St. Moling Luachra as there is a holy well called after him in the vicinity of the church yard. He was a native of Sliabh Luachra in this neighbourhood. OD
LSO (Ci) Leathanach: 117 / 239-40
1841
Brasna / Brasna, old
Acts of Settlement:AL (Ci) Leathanach: Ci022,2
1841
Brusna East
BS:AL Leathanach: Ci022,2
1841
Brusna West
BS:AL Leathanach: Ci022,3
1841
Brosna
[1839]
Co. Pres. Bk.:AL Leathanach: Ci022,2
1841
[Brosna]
"See parish." [Nóta OD]
OD:AL Leathanach: Ci022,2
1841
Ould Brosnagh
Vallancey Map:AL Leathanach: Ci022,2
2008
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Áit. Cainteoir: 4 (Ballyduff), Uimhir : MDCi3

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