Baile Átha Troim
ginideach: Bhaile Átha Troim
(Gaeilge)
Trim
(Béarla)

Gluais

Béarla ford
Béarla townland, town, homestead

Lárphointe

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g.d.
ar son Átha Truim
Aith.D Leathanach: 27, Véarsa: 40
g.d.
onchoin Átha Truim
Aith.D Leathanach: 23, Véarsa: 5
1406
Trym (St. Patrick's ...)
VI 87-94 To Richard Petir, rector of St. Patrick’s, Trym, in the diocese of Meath. Indult for five years to take the fruits etc. of his benefices, and let them to farm to clerks or laymen, and not to be bound to reside, while studying letters at an university or residing in the Roman court or one of his benefices. Vite etc.
CPL
1406
Trym (St. Patrick ...)
VI 71-74 To the bishops of Adria and Kildare and the official of Meath. Mandate to collate and assign to Richard Petir, canon of St. Davids, the parish church of St. Patrick, Trym, in the diocese of Meath, value not exceeding 150 marks, which he obtained by exchange with Walter Burgg for that of Burwell in the diocese of Norwich, the exchange being carried out by Henry, bishop of Norwich, who had power from the late Alexander, bishop of Meath. Richard doubts whether the bishop’s collation and provision of St. Patrick’s, which, as the pope has learned, is still void as above, holds good. The collation is to be made notwithstanding that Richard holds a canonry and prebend of St. Davids, value not exceeding 15 marks, and that the pope has lately made him provision of a canonry with expectation of a prebend of Chichester. Vite ac morum.
CPL
1440
Trim
IX 108-126 To Robert Dych (fn. 19), archdeacon of Dublin... and that he obtained, on its becoming void after the date of the said letters, and has held for about five years with the said archdeaconry, although not peaceably, the parish church of St. Patrick, Trim, in the diocese of Meath) the pope hereby grants to him, who is a counsellor of king Henry, and still holds the said church of St. Patrick, archdeaconry, benefices and chapel, that the said letters shall hold good from the date thereof as if they stated that the said value does not exceed, not 123 but 150 marks, and made no mention of his nobility.
CPL
1450 c
Áth Truimm
Ir. Bard. Poet Leathanach: 155, Líne: 23, Véarsa: 1
1539-41
Trym
Trym (House of the B. Mary of) CPCR 57 (Morrin) (Abbot) Geoffrey
CPCR
1540-1
Tryme...Trymme
Abbey… of St. Peter of Newtown near Tryme…Rory Rayly of...
Ir. Mon. Poss.
1540-44
Trym
Trym (the Monastery of the B. Mary, of …) … payable from the revenues … of Kyldalke, Wodtowne, Le Grange, Creroke, Ladierath, Rocheston, Fresan, and Ryngerston CPCR 64 (Morrin) Dardyce (late Abbot… William Harte, John Ashe, Walter Caddell, Rob. Lawrence, Patrick Smert, Patrick Fyngalss, David Yong, Dominick Longe, Geffrey
CPCR
1540-44
Trim
Trim CPCR 65 (Morrin) Davenport (Pardon of … of, gent, son of John Davenport, of Davenport, in England) John
CPCR
1540c
Trym
Comitatus Midie <br> Trym, Moygar, Kilmory in comitatu Midie … parcella terrarium predictarum … apud Trym … <br> Jacobi Brymynghame de Trym, Walteri Merten de eadem … Roberi Sprotte … Goergii Russell … Laughlini Bane … Philippi Morghoo … <br> Mauricii O Bryne de Cloynee, Thome Lanagh de eadem, Jacobi Cullyn … David Foolan … Cormaci Bryne … Willelmi Cullyn … Rorici Roye … Crown Survey 55
Crown Surv.
1547
Trim
CPCR 136 (Morrin) Surrender of the monastery of the Blessed Virgin Mary, of Trim, in the county of Meath, by Geoffry, the Abbot, with the consent of the Convent-May 15, 31°.
CPCR
1553-4
Trim
the monasteries of the Black Friers of Trim, the Angustine Friers of the Scrine and Londreston [Lunderstown?]…the Friers of Multifernan, and the house of Lesmolen (Thomas Cusak…for the purchase of …) . CPCR (Morrin) 336
CPCR
1560
Trim
(John Pettit, Parson of Trim)
CPCR
1567
Trim (Abbey of Saint Mary the Virgin, of)
(patent to Luke Dillon… late possession of John Burnell, attainted)
CPCR
1578
Trym
Pardon to Walter Hopp, constable of the castle of Mollengar, co. Westmeath, Lawrence Hamond, constable of the castle of Trym, co. Meath, and Henry Brand, of said town. Tho. Eliot, of Balreske, said co., and Tho. Foster, of Branganston, said co., gentlemen, Patr. M'Cagan, of Balsoune, and Tho. Mabe, of Trym, said co., yeomen.—2G July, xx. F 3380
F
1578
Trym
Pardon to Tho. Flemynge, of Siddan, co. Meath, gent., Thomas, his son, Gerald Flemynge, of Brayston… ***Gilduf Mulledy, of Trym, Serjeant, Alexander Barnewall, of Kilmaynhambeg, said co., gent., Win. Yeldon, of Raffyn, same co., gent., Donald Muldowne, of Ballebreghwey, said co., and Ferroll Magilsynan, of Robertston, said co.—31 Aug., xx. F 3437
F
1594
Trym
Pardon to Laurence Hamonde, of Trym, gent., James Walshe, of Clonard, co. Meath, gent., George Lull, of Ballenevony, co. Meath, and Rory Eynos, of Dallestowne, co. Meath, gent. F 5886
F
1597
Trym
Livery to Gerald, son and heir of George Aylmer, late - of Trym and of Clonecurry, gent…Recites an inquisition taken at Donboyne, 20 Jan., xxxix., finding that said George died, 26 Dec, 1582, seised in tail male of the gift of Edw. Cusacke, of the abbey of the B. V. M. of Trym, Porchfeild with lands in Trym, land called Blackfryers, Friers park, the Maudlins, a tuck mill in Trym, three messuage and gardens in Trym, co. Meath ; Gerald his son and heir was aged 9 years at his father's death and unmarried. F 6118
F
1597-8
Tryme
Commission to Richard Brett, esq., sheriff of Meath, James Dillon, of Moymett, and Richard Barnewall, of Kilmessan, esquires : to execute martial law… for the delivery of the gaol of Tryme. Reciting that the gaol is now very much pestered with a great number of Prisoners the most part whereof are poor men such as have neither freehold nor movable goods, and that now there can be no sessions held whereby the prisoners might receive their trial by ordinary course of law. F 6214
F
1598
Trim
It hath many Statelie Castles Trim, the Quenes, Killynee [Kyllyne] the Lords of it, Dunsany the Lords of it, Trivleston [Trimleston] the Lords of it...92
Descr. Ir.
1598
Trim
(Gluais) Navan…Steph. Blackine for Cowlneallven, Warren of Churchtown, W. FitzGarret of Ongestown, Pat. Manning of Hatton, Rob. Fleming of Rathkenny, Th. Teling of Mullagha, Th. Bath of Ladin-Rath, Th. Ashe of Trim, Rob. Hamon of the same, Js. Cusake of Tullegharde, Jasper Staples of Hollanstone, Chr. Birt of Curghton, Descript. Ir. 94
Descr. Ir.
1599
Trim
Pardon to Rob. Drapper or Draper, parson of Trim, Laurence Welshe, of Ardennagh, co. Meath, gent., Donagh m'Callogh Connor, of Cominey, Shane m'Tirleogh O Farroll, of Lishlea…Tho. Preston, of Athboye… F 6280
F
1600
Trim
Pardon to Richard m‘William oge Brimigham, of Muckland, co. Kildare, gent., Cecely Linche, his wife… Walter Linche, of Donowre, co. Meath, gent., Jennet Rocheforde, his wife…Rowland Minon, of Cullmullin, co. Meath, yeoman, Patr. Minion, of same, yeoman, Wm. Nugent, of the Newehaggard, co. Meath, gent., Mary Nugent alias Treaford, his wife, Garrot m‘Arte O Connor, of Clonee, co. Meath, Walter Daly, of Trim, same co., yeoman, Dorethy Linagh, his wife… At the suit of Mr. Draper, of Trim. F 6428
F
1703
Trim
17. The said ROBERT CRAIGE, 21st June 1703…The dwelling-house, malt-house, cabbins, gardens, and plots of land in Trim, in the possession of John Percival esq., and all the premises in said town…the estate of the late King James. Forf. Est. 371
Forf. Est.
1836
Trim Town
Rec. Name:AL Leathanach: Mí112,99
1836
Ath Truim, 'Vadum Truim'
"Colgan." [Nóta OD]
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí112,99
1836
"Truim" is the elder or Core tree
OD:AL Leathanach: Mí112,99

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