baile paróiste dlí baile fearainn toghroinn
Dún Seachlainn
ginideach: Dhún Seachlainn
ainm deimhnithe
(Gaeilge)
Dunshaughlin
(Béarla)

Gluais

dún, dúnaibh
Béarla fort

Nóta mínithe

  • Gaeilge

    the fort of Seachlann
    Seachlann — ainm pearsanta ar foirm mheititéisithe é de Seachnall (< Secundinus)
      D’imigh claochlú nach beag ar an ainm seo le caitheamh na haimsire. Is í an tagairt is sine atá againn don áit ná iontráil in Annála Uladh ón mbliain 801, abbas Domnaig Sechnaill. Iasacht luath ó dominicum na Laidine is ea domnach agus baineann na heaglaisí a bhfuil an t-ainm seo orthu le tréimhse thosaigh na Críostaíochta in Éirinn.
      Mar leis an dara cuid den logainm, Sechnall, iasacht atá ann ón ainm Laidine Secundinus. Bhí seisean ar dhuine de na heaspaig a bhí ag craobhscaoileadh na Críostaíochta in Éirinn sa 5ú haois. Taispeánann na samplaí stairiúla den logainm atá caomhnaithe i gcáipéisí eaglasta Laidine go ndearnadh Seachlainn de Seachnaill (gin.) de bharr meititéise faoi dheireadh an 12ú haois, e.g. ‘Douenhagsachlin’ (1187), ‘Dounaghsachlayne’ (1248). Tá an t-athrú céanna le feiscint san ainm pearsanta Mael Sechnaill > *Maol Seachlainn. Faoi dheireadh an 14ú haois bhí Dún curtha in ionad Domhnach i dtosach an logainm, e.g. ‘Dunshaglyn’ (1374), ‘Donshaghlyn’ (1437). Tá an t-athrú céanna le feiscint i lámhscribhinní déanacha Gaeilge, ‘inghean an giúisdís Díolún ó Dhún Seachloinn’, cuir i gcás, in RIA 23 F 12 (18ú haois). Tá an méid a scríobhadh i Litreacha na Suirbhéireachta Ordanáis (LSO) (1836) faoin fhoirm Ghaeilge a bhí in úsáid ag cainteoirí Gaeilge an cheantair an tráth úd ag cur leis sin:

    Dunshaughlin is always in Irish called Dún Seachlain (pron. Shoghlin) (or Dŭin S.——) for which they can assign no meaning — never Domhnach S ’ ... ‘In the townland of Bonestown [parish of Dunshaughlin] there is a holy well called Tobar Saint [sic] Seachlain.’ [—*Litreacha na Suirbhéireachta Ordanáis* (Co. na Mí) 263–4]

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Tagairtí stairiúla

1374
Dunshaghlyn
To the seneschal of the liberty of Meath. He is informed that Sir James de la Hide, now deceased, was indebted to the king in several sums of money in his accounts, for the time he was sheriff of Limerick, seneschal of the liberty of Meath, and escheator of Ireland; the king wishing to have the same satisfied, directs the seneschal of the liberty of Meath to take into the king's hands tenements, goods and chattels in Dunshaghlyn, Roweston and elsewhere in the barony of Rathouth or in his baliwick (excepting the manor of Maynclare) and to make appear what he should do therein before the treasurer and barons… Rotulus Clausus 140
Rotulus Clausus
1409
Dunshaghlyn
APPOINTMENT of William Tynbegh, James Uriell, Richard Sydgreve, Thomas Petit of Pierstoun and Richard Byrtoun as justices to take an assize of novel disseisin that Nicholas Duffe chaplain and John Wottoun chaplain arraigned against Christopher Plunket, sheriff of Meath, concerning tenements in Dyrloghgonyr, le Merton, Ballymore, Molynane, Flemyngeston and Dunshaghlyn.
Cal. ICR
1431
Dunshaghlyn
Patent Roll 10 Henry VI <br> COMMISSION, by mainprize of Thomas s. of Richard Sale and Thomas Wodeward of Dublin, to Thomas Shorthals senior of Dublin of custody of all lands [etc.] that were of the temporalities of the house of St Thomas the Martyr near Dublin in Dunshaghlyn, co. Meath. (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1539-41
Dunsaghlen
Ratouth (Tithes of the rectories of Grenoke, Kilsalehan, Chapelmydwaie, Ballybyn, Trewet, Donamore near Grenoke, Ratough and Dunsaghlen) CPCR 59 (Morrin) Dugge (late Abbot of the monastery of St. Thomas the Martyr, near Dublin) Henry
CPCR
1540-1
Donshakelyn
Thomas Walsshe of
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1540c
Dunshaghlen
Manor of Dunshaghlen … <br> Remondesfelde held by Thomas Talbote of Derdeston … the hall ferme… held by John Harberte … Anne Leys ferme …held by John Harbert Crown Survey 224-5
Crown Surv.
1540c
Dunshoughley, Dunsgoughley
[Manor of Dunshaghlen] … <br> Dunshoughley…Dunsgoughley Crown Survey 226
Crown Surv.
1547
Dunsaghlyn
Lordship of Donamore, near Grenoke, Graunge-end, near Dunsaghlyn ; the Grange Trewet, Thomaston, Hilton, Rowneston, Shanragh, Collierreston, Cokeston, and several rectories and churches in the counties of Dublin, Kildare, Carlow, and Tipperary CPCR 134 Duffe (Surrender of the monastery or house of Saint Thomas the Martyr, near Dublin, commonly called “ Saint Thomas is courte, of the Order of Saint Augustine, by Henry Duffe, Abbot, with the consent of the Convent, and of 4 castles or forts, 50 messuages, 4 mills, 1 carrucate of land, 16 acres of meadow, 8 orchards, 30 acres of wood, 2 gardens, 12 acres of pasture, and 20.9. rent in Dublin; the manors, lordships, or cells of Saint Katherine and Kilrodry; the castle and lands of Kilrodry, … and Tankardstown ; and the advowsons of Kilsalghan and Lucan, the manor or lordship of Donamore, near Grenoke, Graunge-end, near Dunsaghlyn ; the Grange Trewet, Thomaston, Hilton, Rowneston, Shanragh, Collierreston, Cokeston, and several rec
CPCR
1550
Dunshaghlene, Dunshaghlen
CPCR (Morrin) 214 Delahoid (171. Grant to John, son of Sir Walter Delahoid, of the capital messuage of Dunshaghlene, 34 acres arrable, 10 acres of meadow, 2 pasture, called the Hall Ferme ,- 26 acres enable, 2 acres meadow, and 2 of astute, in Dunshaghlene, called Aleyes Ferme; 21 acres arrable, 2,z meadow, in Dunshaghlene, in the possession of William Swarthe ; 3 farms in the occupation of Geffry Balarde, John Walshe, and Thomas Corbally, with several other parcels of land in Dun shaghlen ; and all messuages, lands, commons, weirs, and fisheries, in Roweston, in the parish of Dunshaghlen ; To be held for ever by the service of one knight's fee as scutage runs.—l\'ov. 28, 4°).
CPCR
1560
Donsoghlin
(Presentation of Anthony Rush to the Vicarage of …vacant by the death of Chris. Ball)
CPCR
1560
Donsoghlin
(Pardon of John Plunket, of… and Elizabeth Preston, his wife)
CPCR
1568-9
Donsaghlin
Lease … to Edmund Penangle ; of the tithe corn and hay of Muche and Little Derryck, county Meath, parcel of the rectory of Donsaghlin, of the possessions of Thomascourt, Dublin. To F 1295
F
1570
Donshaghlen, Donshaglen
Lease …tosir John Plunckett, of Donsoghly, knt. ; of a messuage in Donshaghlen, co. Meath, an acre of moor on the east side of the moor of Donshaglen, messuages and gardens there now or late in the tenure of Clement Neyle, Donagh O’Fynine, Donald Dohe, Kobert Rolande alias Smythe, Barnaby Ivors, Nicholas Werre, the mill meadow, Calryshecrofte, bog in the red moor of Donshaghlen, eighty custom hens yearly from the tenants of Donshaglen for pasturing their cattle on the common, and land in the Dromyne, by Much Dericks, co. Meath ; possessions of sir Walter Delahyde, knt., deceased. F 1578
F
1582
Donshaghlen
Livery…to Robert Barnewall, of Donbro, gent., son and heir of Mark Barnewall, late of same, … Nich. Weldon, Nich. Warr, of Donshaghlen, freeholder, and any others seised to his use. Fine =£20 and £10 for a pardon of alienations.— F 3895
F
1584
Dunsaghlen
Lease … to Michael Kettellwell, gent.; of the rectorial tithes of the parsonage of Dunsaghlen, co. Meath, the rectorial tithes of Robertstone, the Feanestone, Great Dericke and Little Dericke excepted…and the rectory of Ballmaglassane, co. Meath, possessions of the monastery of S. Thomas the martyr, Dublin. F 4432
F
1586
Donshaghlin
Grant…to Rich. Delahide, of Moyclare, co. Meath, esq. ; of the reversion of the premises in Donshaghlin… including the messuages of Clement Neile, Donald O Fyn, and Donald Duff…the reversion of premises in Kiltaile, co. Meath, leased… to John Plunket, knt., for 40 years from 1587 ; the reversion of Ballynescallon, co. MeatH F 4927
F
1596
Donshaghlin
Surrender by sir Henry Wallop, knt., vice-treasurer and treasurer at wars, assignee of Michael Kettelwell, gent…of the rectorial tithes of Donshaghlin (those of Robertstowne, the Fianstowne, great Derrick, and little Derrick excepted), a moiety of the tithes of the rectory of Lucan, and the rectory of Balmaglassan. With the intention of receiving a new lease F 6019
F
1596
Donshaghlen
Lease…to sir Henry Wallop, knt., vice-treasurer and treasurer at wars, and assignee of Michael Kettelwell, deceased… of the rectorial tithes of the parsonage of Donshaghlen, co. Meath, parcel of the possessions of the late monastery of S. Thomas the martyr by Dublin (the rectorial tithes of Robertstone, the Fianstone, great and little Derrick only excepted), the moiety of the tithes of the rectory of Lucan, co. Dublin, also the rectory of Balmaglassan, co. Meath F 6027
F
1597
Donshaughlin
Grant to Sir Henry Wallopp, knight … of the parsonage of Donshaughlin … the rectorial tithes of Robertstone, Fianstone, Great Derrick and Little Derrick … the rectory, church, or chapel of Ballinaglassan, in the county of Meath, parcel of the possessions of the dissolved monastery of St. Thomas the Martyr, by Dublin; CPCR (Morrin II) 459
CPCR
1598
Dunshaghlin
Ratoathe. — Sir Pat. Barnwall of Crickston, Baron Sedgrave of Killeglan, Barnwall of Kilbrue, Th. Plunket of Loughgoure, FitzWilliams of Dunamore, Rich. Ball of Feydorffe, Jn. Birford of Kilrowe, Js. Lee of Clonresse, Pat. Lee of Licianstown, Jn. Sparke of Ratowthe, Gellouse of Gelloustown, Rich. Fowleing of Parsonstown, Delahoyde of Dunshaghlin, 'and many freeholders.' Rich. Reade of Rowes- town, Th. Russel of Cookestown. Descript. Ir. 93
Descr. Ir.
1598
Dunshaughlin
(gluais) Rising out of Ratoath — Barnwall of Kilbrye in person 1 armed horseman, Berford of Kilrowe 1 ditto ; Ichers of Dunshaughlin ; Talbot of Robertston 2 ; Weafy of the Blackehil 2 armed Horsemen. Descript. Ir. 93
Descr. Ir.
1601
Dunshaghlin
Tho. Leany, of Culmollen, co. Meath…Tho. Kindellan, of Ballenekillie, co. Meath, Derby Done, of Clonlyone, same co., Edw. Rogers, of Moylhussie, same co…Wm. Done, of Dunboine, co. Meath, and Shane Deagle, of Kilgreg, same co., soldiers, John Delahide fitz Tho., of Killane, same co., farmer, Rich. Foster, of Kilgreage, soldier, Shane Dowlinge, of Moiglare, cottier, John Dowlinge, of same, yeoman, Tho. Devie, of same, soldier, Gerrott Foster, of Kilgrege, Rick. Creife, of Moiglare…Rich. Talbot, of Dunshaghlin, co. Meath, James Lisagh, of Wespanstone, co. Meath… Donell Evaugherie O’ Birne, of Bellantry, co. Meath, soldier. F 6557
F
1611
Dunshaughlin (Arthur [Cooke])
Arthur [Cooke], vicar of Dunshaughlin, co. Meath. <br> Prerogrative Wills 101 <br> 1666 Catherine [Cooke], Dunshaughlin, co. Meath, widow <br> Prerogrative Wills 101
Prerogative Wills
1629
Dunshaughlin
Surrender by Philip Fearneley of the rectory and church of Dunshaughlin, in the county of Meath, with all its tithes and possessions. — M CPCR (Morrin III) 449
CPCR
1663
Dunshaughlin (Thomas [Cooke])
Thomas [Cooke], Dunshaughlin, co. Meath, gent. <br> Prerogrative Wills 102
Prerogative Wills
1703
Dunsaghlin
51. GEORGE LOWTHER of Killrew, esq., 12th June 1703…The townand lands of Glascairnes, 294 a…Baltrasney, 20 a…Birford’s part of Harlockstowne, 1 a… of commonage on Baltrasney and Harlockstowne.—in Rayestowne, 2 a…bar. Ratoath <br> …in BallymcLoghlin, 2 a…in Dunsaghlin, 1 a…in Flemingstowne…in Newtown of Trym, 1a…bar. Deece, same co—the estate of Ignatius Birford, attainted. Forf. Est. 382
Forf. Est.
1836
Dún Seachlain; Duin S.
"(the 'ea' in Seachlain like 'a' in what.)" "never 'Domhnach S:" [Nóta OC]
OC:AL Leathanach: Mí039,9
1836
St Secund[..]es's church
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí039,9
1836
Dún Seochluin
pl:AL Leathanach: Mí039,9
1836
Dunshaughlin
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí039,9
1836
The Parrish of Dunsaghlin
DS:AL Leathanach: Mí039,9
1836
Dunshaghlym
DS:AL Leathanach: Mí039,9
1836
Dunshaughlin
Larkin (Mí):AL Leathanach: Mí039,9
1836
Dunshaghlin
GJRates (Old Docket): AL Leathanach: Mí039,9
1836
Dunshaughlin
HCSV:AL Leathanach: Mí039,9
1836
Dunshaughlin
HCER 1826:AL Leathanach: Mí039,9
1836
Downesoghly
Inq. Eliz. I:AL Leathanach: Mí039,9
1836
Donshaglan
Inq. Eliz. I:AL Leathanach: Mí039,9
1836
Donshaglin
Inq. J I:AL Leathanach: Mí039,9
1836
Donshaghlin
Inq. J I:AL Leathanach: Mí039,9
1836
Downeshallin
Inq. J I:AL Leathanach: Mí039,9

Aire: Cáipéisíocht áirithe chartlainne de chuid an Bhrainse Logainmneacha í seo. Léirítear anseo cuid de réimse thaighde an Bhrainse Logainmneacha ar an logainm seo thar na blianta. D'fhéadfadh sé nach taifead iomlán é agus nach bhfuil aon rangú in ord bailíochta déanta ar an bhfianaise atá ann. Is ar an tuiscint seo atá an t-ábhar seo á chur ar fáil don phobal.

Is féidir leas a bhaint as an ábhar cartlainne agus taighde atá curtha ar fáil ar an suíomh seo ach an fhoinse a admháil. Ní mór scríobh chuig logainm@dcu.ie chun cead athfhoilsithe nó saincheisteanna eile maidir le ceadanna nó cóipcheart a phlé.