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Ard Catha
ginideach: Ard Catha
ainm neamhdheimhnithe
(Gaeilge)
Ardcath
(Béarla)

Gluais

ard
Béarla height; high

Lárphointe

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Tagairtí stairiúla

1305
Ardcath
lch. 253, 262.
CDI
1378
Ardcath
Close Roll 1 Richard II. To Stephen [Valle], bp Meath …Edward III, late K. of Eng., grandfather of the present K., in the K.'s court in Ire. before the K.'s beloved and faithful William Windsor, then governor of his land of Ire., recovered by means of a writ of quare impedit his right of presentation to the church of Ardcath in the diocese of Meath against the then prior of Llanthony Prima in Wales … (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1381
Ardcath
Patent Roll 4 Richard II <br> Trim CONFIRMATION, for a fine of 20m paid in the hanaper … John Yatton, prior of St John, Llanthony … of the estate that the prior … in the church of Ardcath, diocese of Meath, as it was held by John Rufford, late prior … (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1385
Ardcath
Patent Roll 9 Richard II <br> COMMISSION to William Symcok, burgess of Drogheda, of custody of the manor of Ardcath, co. Meath. (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1400
Ardcath
Patent Roll 2 Henry IV <br> COMMISSION, by mainprize of John Whitsyde and John Symcok, to William Symcok of Drogheda of custody of the manor of Ardcath, co. Meath, except a water-mill there, (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1421
Ardcath
Patent Roll 9 Henry V <br> LICENCE to John Bolt, vicar of the church of the Blessed Mary of Ardcath, diocese of Meath, to cross to the schools of the university of Oxford, and to stay there for one year, and meanwhile to receive the fruits of that church. (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1426
Ardcath
Patent Roll 5 Henry VI <br> COMMISSION, by mainprize of Richard s. of John Fleming of Moretoun near Slane and John s. of John Alleyn of co. Meath, to William Betagh' and Joan his wife of custody of 60 acres of land in Ardcath (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1432
Ardcath
Patent Roll 10 Henry VI <br> LICENCE to William [Haddesor], bp Meath, to give to John [Haddesore], citizen and merchant of Dublin, the manor of Ardcath, (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1533-34
Ardcath
Ardcath (the church of the Blessed Virgin) CPCR 9 (Morrin) Serle (pardon of intrusion, vicar) Edw.
CPCR
1534
Ardcath (le Rathe near ...)
Edward Nugent of Balibranage was not seised at his death of any lands in co. Dublin, but long before his death, on 10 June 1534 he enfeoffed James Cusake of Nowan of all the lands he had in Balibranage, le Rathe near Ardcath & Kernys, in co. Meath, & of all the lands he had in Corbally, Couloke, Legrayn de Baldoyle & Derndall, co. Dublin. He made a will declaring that James was to stand seised to his (Edward's) own use for life, the lands then to be charged with £20 for payment of his debts & £40 marriage portion for his dau. Catherine.
Cal. Inq.
1540-1
Acarth
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1540-1
Arcagh
Extent of the barony of Duelek made at
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1540-1
Ardcath
Edw. Sherley vicar of ...
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1540c
Ardcath
Poss…Monasterium Sancti Nich…iuxta Excester…Dulyk…Wm. Darcy de Platen… Nich. Ewstas de Dulyke, gent, Nich. Corbally clerici …de Dulyke, Thome Hamelyn de Smetheston, gent, Wm. Byrt de Tolloge gent, Briani Byrne de Stamoly, gent, Edw. Sherley vicarii…de Ardcath, Johan. Browne de Dulyke, Nich. Fowlen de eadem, Thome Corbally de Lounderston, Thome Tuyt de Ryverston, Wm. Tanglot de Deanston, Petri Shane de Rath, Ric. Clerke de Colpe, Phip. Butterly de Marynerton clerici… Nich. Davy de Tymole, Thom. Byrne de Rathallen, Johan. Wade de Racaston, Thom. Sarcefylde de Sarcefyldeston, Edm. Dalamare de Dulyke, Johannis Halpenny de Davydston, Johan. More de Newhagard… Crown Survey 27, 28
Crown Surv.
1540c
Arcath
Rectoria de Arcath <br> Ecclesie parochialis de Arcath … villata de Arcath … Correston et Prynnes Park … Balgyth … Bertramston …the Rath … Mananston … Myknanston … Newton … Curragh … Denanston … Moreton …Claghan … Prenston … Crown Survey 36
Crown Surv.
1540c
Arcathe
Infra baroniam de Dulyck … Arcathe … Pat. Shanne de Rathe … Edm. Farrell de Westerkernes, Johan. Dodde de Esterkernes, Phil. Doggehed, Wm. Andrew de Bolys, Wm. Savage de Curraghe, Steph. Pepard de Magna Ryuerston, Thom. Tute de Parva Ryuerston, Math. Querke de Skatnathe, Walt. Connor de Kenock, Christ. Fytz Lenys, Henrici Byrne de Monanston, Johan. Halffpeny de Daveston … Crown Survey 197-8
Crown Surv.
1543-4
Ardcathe, Ardcath
License to Edward, bishop of Meath, to alienate, with consent of his clergy ; to Philip Pentney, of Tauraghe, and Edmund Felde, of Cossyngeston, gent. ; the manor of Ardcathe, county Meath, lands, Ardcathe, Balgeithe, Portereston, Prensparke, Clony, Irishton, Boynardiston, Corriston, Largwy alias Largay, Prenston, Rowlston, Denanston, Moreton, and Bertrameston, and elsewhere in the parish of Ardcath, and the mill of Kylberde. … Roger Durran, rector of Ardmulghan … the manors of Scurlokiston, Newton, Killeane, and Clonarde, county Meath, and all his lands in those parishes. To be held for ever.— FHen. 393
F
1545
Ardcath
Tauragh, Coussingeston, the manor and lordship of Ardcathe, in the county of Meath, the lands of Ardcath, Balgeith, Portereston, Prensparke, Clony, Irishton, Boynardeston, Coruston, Largwy, otherwise, Largay, Prenston, Rowleston, Denaneston, Moreton, and Bertrameston, in the parish of Ardcath, and the water-mill of Kylberbe; and also to convey to Thomas Stephens, of Dublin, merchant ; William Cockes, Rector of Rathwere; Roger Dnrran, Rector of Ardmulghan; and Richard Gray, of Drogheda, chaplain, the manor-s and lordships of Scurlock eston, Neweton, Killeane, and Clonarde, in the county of Meath; To hold for ever.-Jan. 14, 35°. CPCR 105 Petney (Licence for Edward, Bishop of Meath, to alienate to Philip Pentney, of Tauragh, and Edward Felde, of Coussingeston, gent., the manor and lordship of Ardcathe, in the county of Meath, the lands of Ardcath, Balgeith, Portereston, Prensparke, Clony, Irishton, Boynardeston, Coruston, Largwy, otherwise, Largay, Prenston, Rowleston, Den
CPCR
1569
Arcath, Arcathe
Lease … to Francis Agarde, esq … the rectory of Arcath, extending to Arcathe, Correston, Prynes parke, Balgith, Bartromston, Maycanston, Claterston, Fynnor, Myllhill, Mycknanston, Newton, [Curraughe], Denanston, Mooreton, Claughan, and Prynston ; the F 1480
F
1579
Ardcathe
Lease … to Edw. Moore, esq. ; of land by Carreston, in Plattin, and in Newton, co. Meath, 5s. chief rent, out of the lands of Rob. Plunket, knt, in Dromyn, the rectory of Dewleeke…Gilbeston appears as Gibbeston, and Perapache (as Ballypatch, the rectory of Kilkervan as in 1460), the tithes of Colpe, Newton, S. James, Stagrenan, Pilleston and Ballymade, Ballaugheston, and Paineston, parcels of the rectory of Colpe, the rectories of Morechurche, Stamollon, Clonalwey, Ardcathe, Tymole, Maceston, Dowthe, Rathkenny…the tithes of Porterston and little Warrenston, Collester, Gormanston, Juddesland, Growton, Warrenston, Whiteston, Rathbegan, in the said co., F 3564
F
1582
Ardcath
the manors of Lesmollyn and (Pardon to Edward Cusake)
CPCR
1607
Ardcath
n—the rectory an tithes of Ardcath, which extends within Ardcath, Correnstoune, Pr 'us parke, Balgeth, Bertramston, Micknanston, Clatterstoune, yn nore, Milhill, Mickunston, Newton, Curragh, Denhamstoune, Mooretoune, Cloghane and Prinestoune— CPR 69.
CPR
1610
Arcath, Ardcath
cottages, a dove-house, and 15“ in Kinnawde in the parish of Arcath; parcel of the estate of the church of Skriue; rent, 105 6“— in Betranston or Bertranston, 4‘ arable meadow and pasture; an old house and la in Bwynyanston in the parish of Ardcath; two cottages, and 20a arable meadow and pasture in Ardcath; parcel of the estate of the church of Ardcath; rent, Its—9 houses, 5 old messuages, and 13 closes or crofts in Grenock, and 20‘ arable there,CPR 162
CPR
1611-2
Ardcath (Johne Bathe)
The town and lands of the Rath; the tithes excepted; in Ardcath par. rent, 9‘ 10d.—' CPR lch.169.
CPR
1613-4
Ardcath
CPR lch.213.
CPR
1620
Ardcath (Gerrald Dillon)
Gerrald Dillon nup de Balgeeth…. Ballgeeth … Mananston … Mooleston … Haukenston … Ardcath … Golding de Pierston … Boynynston … Kinawde … Symonston … Corbittston … Ric’ Dillon de Prouteston … Rob’ Dillon de Dorranston … Symonston & Corbittston … Pat. Cusack de Rathaldron … Gerrald Dillon obit ....1619, Jac’ Dillon …ejus fil’ & her’. Inq.JI 44
Inq.
1642
Ardcath
fol. 176r <br> Audley Lloyd the wife of William Lloyd Vicarr of Ardcath in the County of Meath duely sworne and examined deposeth and sayth That her said husband since the beginninge of this present Rebellion hath beine expelled Depositions MS 816, fols 176r-176v
Dep. 1641
1654
The Parish of Ardcath
lch.27.
CS V
1655-7
Archath Parrish
DS
1655-7
Ardeath
DS (P, TCD)
1659
Ardcath
lch.481.
Cen.
1667
Arcath
34. JOHN GREYDON.—In Bryan’s Parke, 54 a…in Irishtowne, 64 a…Arcath, 49 A.—more in ye same, 31 a…in Princetowne, 17 a…Grainestowne 11a…more of same same, 11 a…bar. Duleeke, co. Meath.— ASE 135
ASE
1685c
Ardeath
Hib. Del.
1738
Ardcath
Funucan, Edith, alias Perry, Newtown, Ardcath, co. Meath, widow. Prerogrative Wills 185
Prerogative Wills
1817
Ardcath
Larkin (Mí)
1836
Ard catha, Collis prælii
"In the townland of Ardcath there is an old church in ruins which was built by Hugo de-Lacy in the 12th Century and dedicated to the Virgin Mary whose day (8th of September) is celebrated here as the Patron day of the Parish. ... I am ... informed (but not by a good authority) that there is a well near it called Tobar Muire."
LSO (Mí) Leathanach: 163, Údar: TÓC
1836
Ard a Chatha "height on hill of the battle"
OD:AL
1836
Ard a' Chatha "Ardchatha Ardachath"
pl :AL

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