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1379
Colpe
Patent Roll 2 Richard II INSPEXIMUS of the partition of the lands and tenements that belonged to Theobald Verdon made in 6 Edw. III [1332–3] and sent into the chancery of Edward III by that K.'s order, in these words … And suit and service of the following free tenants: John Crauyll …in Offerna … John Molaghphene holds in Mollaghsene … Mabel Bermingham … at Dronyne … Matthew Bath holds at Colpe … 12½ acres in Lynamestoun that Richard Preston and other tenants … hold … (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1400
Colpe
V 364-368 ...the rectory of Castel Richard in that diocese, of the patronage of laymen, value not exceeding 20 marks... remove John Tathe, who does not well understand and intelligibly speak the language (ydcoma) of the majority of the parishioners; notwithstanding that the pope has recently ordered provision to be made to him of the parish church, value not exceeding 80 marks, of Rathwere, in the same diocese [below, f. 83d], possession of which he has not yet got, and of one, two, three, four or more benefices with or without cure, in the common or several gift of the bishop of Meath, the abbot and convent of St. Thomas the Martyr's without the walls, Dublin, and the priors and convents of Duleyk and Colpe, in the diocese of Meath. Donald is hereby dispensed to hold Castel Ricard for life
CPL
1412
Colpe
Patent Roll 13 Henry IV <br> PARDON to William Tymset, canon of Llanthony Prima in Wales, otherwise called a canon of the house of St Columba of Colpe, for all manner of trespasses [etc.] (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1532
Colpe (John Bathe of ...)
23 Jan 1532. Dublin, before the Barons of the Exchequer. Jurors:— John Bathe of Colpe, William Stark of Nynch, John Stanle of Fynnor, Oliver Balffe of Molernegon, James Nugent of Moyrath, John Telyng of Siddan, Thomas Ley of Rathreghan, Walter Huse of Moyluske, John Nugent of Balrathneschly, Thomas Cusake of Clonardran & Alexander Everys of Rathtayne. Lavallinus Nugent of Ballebrennagh, gent; d. 10 Mar 1532, seised of half the lands, ten. & services in Lyttyll Bolyes & Kernys, B. Dyweleke, co. Meath, being a sixteenth part of a purparty of the manor of Dyweleke, held in chief. Heir:— s. Edward aged 40. The lands are taken into the kings' hand. (2)
Cal. Inq.
1540-1
Colpe
Richard Clerke of ...
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1540-1
Colpe...Coulpe
Monastery or Priory of Lanthony in England. (Cells of Duleek and Colpe)
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1540c
Colpe (Ric. Clerke de ...)
Poss…Monasterium Sancti Nich…iuxta Excester… 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
Colpe
Rectoria de Colpe <br> Villata de Colpe… villate de Mochebebek…the Newton of Colpe, villata de Stagrenan…Magna Stamen…Parva Stamen… Pylleston et Ballymad…Betaghston…Parva Bebek… villata de Donnakerne…villata de Payneston…villata de Marynerton… Crown Survey 34
Crown Surv.
1547
Colpe
CPCR
1553
Colpe (Rob. Bathe, of ...)
CPCR (Morrin) 298: 56. Grant of English liberty to Robert Bathe, of Colpe, gent., son and heir of John Bathe, late deceased, in consideration of £6 Irish, paid to Andrew Wyse, Vice-Treasurer.—-May 11, 7°.
CPCR
1558-9
Colpe, alias the Grange of Colpe
Lanthony, Henry Draycott
CPCR
1569
Colpe
Lease … to Francis Agarde, esq … the rectory of Julyanston, extending to Julyanston, Damcaneston, Rogerstowne, Nynche, Leyton, and both towns of [Mynestone] ; the rectory of Killarvan, extending to Killarvan, Graft, Shallon, Newhaggard, Angor, and Gaffney ; eight copies of tithe corn out of Colpe ; out of Newton …S. James, 1, Stagrenan, 1, great Stamyn … little Stamyn, 1, Pilleston and Ballynard … Ballaugheston … Donnakerne, 6, and Payneston, 2, parcels of the rectory of Colpe ; the rectory of Morechurche, extending to Morechurche, Moynard, Irishtowne, Churchefeldston, Richardstone, Kenocke, Lesternon, Moylaughlyn, Kynodestone, Clowthestone, Leganbale, Durdeston, and Crykelotteston ; the rectory of Stamollen, extending to Stamollen, Balloy, Canthenston, Gormanstown, Baltrey, Stydall, Kilbreckeston, Clintonston, Gibbestowne, Tullocke, Hoggeston, Knockbegg, Harbertiston, Danielston, Grenanston, Whitelesse, Sadilston, Leceston, and Ballastrane; F 1480
F
1584
Colpe (Richard [Bath])
Richard [Bath], Colpe, co. Meath Prerogrative Wills 26
Prerogative Wills
1590
Colpe
Lease to Henry Sheffield…the tithe fish of Mornanton alias Maryverton, in the parish of Colpe, co. Meath F 5499
F
1598
Colpe
It hath many Statelie Castles… <br> Arbracan to the Bishop of Meath, Cutmollen, Dullerston, Gillranston, <br> Gormanston to the Viscount thereof, Colpe, Murmudeye,<br> Platten to Mr Darsey [Darcey], Dunmore, Beste, Castle lamerby, Crinton, Moyvally, Bective, Celcarne Descript. Ir. 92.
Descr. Ir.
1598
Colpe (Bath of Colpe)
(Gluais)... Rising out — L. Viscount Gormanston 8 ; Darcy of Platten 3; Talbot of Dardiston 3; J. Aylmer 2 ; Caddell of the Nall 2 ; Birt of Tullocke 2; Holde of Paynestown 1 ; Hambige of Smithstown 1 ; Bath of Colpe 4 Descript. Ir. 94
Descr. Ir.
1628
Colpe (Robert Bath, of ...)
Livery of the possessions of Robert Bath, of Colpe, in the county of Meath, to Patrick, his son and heir CPCR (Morrin III) 427
CPCR
1680
Colpe
Arthur Earl of Anglesey [Arthur Annesley] Platten, 712 a…Great Stamyme, 120 a… Little Stamyne, 40 a…Newtowne, 63 a…Killcarnan, 70 a…Shallon, 240 a…Cruftye or Grofty, 97 a…Calliaghstowne, 124a…Gaffney, 55 a….Annagor, 115 a… Newhaggard, 121 a… Rogerstowne, 300 a…Little Donacarny, 130 a…in Beamount…in Colpe, 264 a…bar. Duleek, co. Meath.— ASE 81
ASE
1836
Colp
GJRates (Old Docket): AL Leathanach: Mí020,2
1836
Colp
HCSV:AL Leathanach: Mí020,2
1836
Colpe
HCER 1826:AL Leathanach: Mí020,2
1836
Colpe
DS:AL Leathanach: Mí020,2
1836
Colpe
Quit Rents (Copy):AL Leathanach: Mí020,2
1836
Colpe
Grant J. I (Brodigan):AL Leathanach: Mí020,2
1836
Colpe
[Book of Forfeitures and confirmed by the Act of Settlement of 1662 or 12th Charles 2nd (Brodigan).]
ASE:AL Leathanach: Mí020,2, Nóta: (Brodigan)
1836
Parish of Colp
BS:AL Leathanach: Mí020,2
1836
Colp, coilp & colpa
dúch:AL Leathanach: Mí020,2
1836
Colpa
pl:AL Leathanach: Mí020,2
1836
Colpe
Co. Map 1812:AL Leathanach: Mí020,2
1836
Colp
Long Map 1787 (Sheppard): Leathanach: Mí020,2
1836
Colpe
De Lacy Charter (Brodigan):AL Leathanach: Mí020,2
1836
Colpe
[Inquisition held at Navan on 12th Jan in the 28th year of King Henry the 8th (in possession of Thomas Brodigan Esq. of Billtown).]
Inq. H VIII (Brodigan):AL Leathanach: Mí020,2
1836
Colpe
[Inquisition taken at Trim in the 32rd year of King Henry the 8th (Thomas Brodigan).]
Inq. H VIII (Brodigan):AL Leathanach: Mí020,2

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