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Ráth Faiche
ginideach: Ráth Faiche
ainm deimhnithe
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Rathfeigh
(Béarla)

Gluais

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Béarla ring-fort
Béarla green (ainmfhocal/noun)

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1388
Rathfegh
Patent Roll 12 Richard II <br> Walter Taillour of Rathfegh has petitioned showing that Robert de Vere, formerly marquis of Dublin, b (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1401
Rathfaygh
Patent Roll 3 Henry IV <br> Naas PARDON, for a fine of £30, to Christopher s. of Thomas Fleming kt, baron of Slane, of suit of peace of this: that on Tuesday after Easter last [5 April 1401] he lay in wait at ***Rathfaygh near Skreen to take Richard Rede, chief baron of the Ex. and justice of oyer and terminer; and he took Richard and brought him to the castle of ***Crewyn, and detained him until he paid a fine for his release. (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1412
Rathfygh (Richard Rath, parson of ...)
Patent Roll 13 Henry IV <br> LICENCE to Richard Rath, parson of Rathfygh; Philip Blake, vicar of Stamolyne; Henry Marlburgh, vicar of Baliscadane; and John White, vicar of Balmadoun that to give to William s. of Christopher Preston kt and Katherine his wife 1 messuage, 2 carucates and 40 acres of land in Cordiwanestoun, 80 acres of land in Nottestoun, [and] 24 acres in Wysistoun, co. Dublin, which are held of the K. in chief; [to have] for their lives and the lifetime of the survivor, with remainder to Christopher and his heirs after the deaths [of Richard Rath etc.]. (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1414
Rathfaygh
Close Roll 2 Henry V <br> To Henry Stanyhurst, John White and Simon Whayt. The manor of Rathfaygh, co. Meath, with appurtenances, is in the K.'s hand, and the farmers of that manor are answerable to the K. for the extent of the same when making their account. (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1417
Rathfaigh
Patent Roll 5 Henry V <br> GRANT, for good service, to Thomas Talbot kt and Hugh Burgh esq. of custody of the manor of Rathfaigh with appurtenances, together with the advowson of the church of Rathfaigh, co. Meath; to have for as long as they are in the K.'s hand. (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1419
Rathsegh [sic]
Patent Roll 6 Henry V <br> By assent of the Lt of Ire. and the K.'s council in the same land, GIFT and GRANT to Thomas Talbot kt, brother of John Talbot of Halomshire kt [chivaler], of the manor of Gormanston, with appurtenances, in cos. Dublin and Meath, which manor is held of the K. in chief and in his hands as forfeit. And further GIFT and GRANT to the same Thomas of the manor of Rathsegh, with its appurtenances, in co. Meat (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1421
Rathfegh'
Patent Roll 9 Henry V <br> COMMISSION, by mainprize of John Den of Kilkenny and John Topp' of co. Kildare, to Edward Perers kt of custody of the manor of Rathfegh'; to have for as long as they are in the K.'s hand, rendering the extent. (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1423
Rathfagh
Close Roll 2 Henry VI <br> To [John Founteyns esq.], escheator. It was found by inquisition taken in the time of Henry V before Laurence Merbury, then T.; James Uriell; and John Blakeney, justices appointed to inquire, hear and determine in cos. Dublin, Meath, Louth, Kildare and Carlow [etc.], that John s. of Matthew Bathe died seised as of fee of the manor of Rathfagh, and had issue John Bathe. (Cal. ICR (chancery.tcd.ie))
Cal. ICR
1540c
Rafeyghe
Dominus de Tecroghan <br> Pat. Bathe de Rafeyghe <br> Barnabeus Skurloke de Frayne tenet Skurlokes lands Crown Survey 318
Crown Surv.
1571
Rathfeigh
Commission to Patrick Bathe, of Rathfeigh, esq., » sheriff of Meathe, or other sheriff for the time being, Christopher Darcy, of Platton, John Plunkett, of Loghcrewe, Christopher Plunkett, of Carlanston, Michael Delahyde, of Ballentre, Thomas Darcy, of Logher, Arthur Brereton, of Kyllean, and Roger Wafre, of the Navon, same co., gentlemen; to exeente martial law in the county Meathe, F 1835
F
1581
Raffeigh (Christ. Bathe)
Pardon to Christopher Bathe, son of Patr. Bathe, of Raffeigh, co. Meath, gent F 3779
F
1595
Rathfeigh (Patrick Bathe)
Decree in a suit in Chancery, in which William Birt, of Drogheda, alderman, is plaintiff, and Patrick Bathe, of Rathfeigh … Much Riverston … Shepegrene, Moghoriegrene, and the Lesure … Killanston … the pasture is severed from Much Riverston by a little brook which runs from Cullenston to Merlingford and so close by Much Riverston to the Nanny water …Mathew Bath, of Rathfeigh, was seized of the lands of Killanston … did enfeoff thereof to his use, one John Talbot, of Dardeston, who after, by the appointment of Mathew, granted the same lands of Kiilanston to Elizabeth Preston, CPCR (Morrin II) 330-1
CPCR
1598
Raphesk
(Gluais): <br> Rising out of Skreen — The Lord of Killeen, the L. of Dunsany, and the rest of the Plunketts 24; Nicholas Nugent in person 3; M. Draycott 1 ; Sir T. Cusack of Lismullen in consideration of his absence but 3 ; Sir C. Cheevers of Measton 4 ; Bath of Raphesk in person 3 ; Kent of Daneston 2 ; Cusack of Gerardston 2 ; T. Dillon of Riverston 3 ; P. Dillon 1 ; Tancred of Castleton 1; The Portriff of Skryne 1. Descript. Ir. 93
Descr. Ir.
1598
Rathfeigh
(gluais) Jn. Chivers of Mastoston, Chr. Bath of Rathfeigh, Js. Dillon of Ballgath, Jn. Cusake of Cusingstone, Wal. Gowlding of Pierstone, Pat. Moore of Duleek, Rd. Plunkett of the Boles, Th. Kent of Dainstown, Th. Hamling of Smithstone, Pat. Whyte of Flemington, the Corporation of Dowleeke, Sir Jn. Bellew of Bellewstown, Sir Ed. Moore; Birt of Tullock. Descript. Ir. 94
Descr. Ir.
1598
Rafeig
Veldon of Raffinall, Veldon of Raffen, Newtervile Drake of Drakerath, Porter of Kingstone, Wesley of Dingen, Wal of Blackhall, Bath of Rafeig, Justice Bath, Bath of Dewleeke Descr. Ir. 98
Descr. Ir.
1625
Rathfeigh (Chris. Bath of ...)
Pardon of alienation for Chris. Bath of Rathfeigh…the manor of Rathfeigh, with the hamlets of Cracanston and Scarreston…Slaneston, Edicston ows. Edocston, Loughanstowne, Ballewe ows. Ballowe, Muchwaterside…aliened…to Rich Finglas…Peter Delahoyde of Corballis, Clement and John Fitzgerald of Killcosken…Robert Barnewall of Robarston…Andrew Deeks who being seised in fee of 120a in Priestrath in Dunmore…Nicholas Darcy of Platten… CPR 595
CPR
1720
Rathfeigh (Thomas [Dowling])
Thomas [Dowling], Rathfeigh, co. Meath. <br> Prerogrative Wills 142
Prerogative Wills
1836
Rathfigh
Larkin (Mí):AL Leathanach: Mí095,8
1836
Rathfeigh
GJRates (Old Docket): AL Leathanach: Mí095,8
1836
Rathfeigh
HCSV:AL Leathanach: Mí095,8
1836
Rathfaygh
HCER 1826:AL Leathanach: Mí095,8
1836
Rathfeigh
DS:AL Leathanach: Mí095,8
1836
Rath faith'
OC:AL Leathanach: Mí095,8
1836
Rath or fort of the green or lawn
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí095,8
1836
Rath faith'
pl:AL Leathanach: Mí095,8
1836
Rathfeigh
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí095,8
1836
teampall ratha faithe, cemeterium arcis planitiei
"Rathfeigh Parish is in Irish called rath faith’, i.e. arx planitiei. In the townland of Rathfeigh, there is an old church in ruins called teampall ratha faithe, cemeterium arcis planitiei."
LSO (Mí) Leathanach: 162, Údar: TÓC

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