2 edition of place-names of the barony of Newcastle, County of Wicklow found in the catalog.
place-names of the barony of Newcastle, County of Wicklow
|Statement||by Liam Price.|
|Series||Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy -- v. 44, section C, no 6|
|Contributions||Moody, T. W. 1907-1984 former owner.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 139-179 ;|
|Number of Pages||179|
In the England section I have a list of people that in the England census said that that were from Wicklow. I have also put online some scans of a book containing a history of place names in the Barony of Arklow. I have put it in the geography and maps section. The Place-Names of County Wicklow. I-The Barony of Ballinacor North by Liam Price The Place Names Of Co Wicklow 1V - The Barony of Talbotstown Lower by Liam Price No recommendations yet. Place Names of Co Wicklow V11 - The Baronies of Newcastle and Arklow by Liam Price No recommendations yet. Aftermath Post - Rebellion Insurgency in.
The Doomsday Book includes a place in Norfolk county called Boweseia. It's probably a red herring for our purposes. This site is also written Bawsey which indicates it doesn't appear to bear a strong phonetic resemblance to Bowes, which in its early transcriptions is found as Bogis, Boues, and Bouys (12th c) and Bouas and Boghes (13th c). Kavanagh County Wicklow Posted on: 15 Jul , by PatWicklow. Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > Ireland > Wicklow > General. Following are Kavanaghs listed in Griffiths Valuation Index Extracts County Wicklow Surname First Name Townland Civil Parish County Kavanagh Joseph Killickabawn Kilcoole Wicklow Kavanagh Th.
Wicklow (/ˈwɪkloʊ/ WIK-loh; Irish: Cill Mhantáin, meaning 'church of the toothless one') is the county town of County Wicklow in Ireland. Located south of Dublin on the east coast of the island, it has a population of 10, according to the census. The town is to the east of the N11 route between Dublin and Wexford. Wicklow is also linked to the rail network, with Dublin commuter. Wicklow (Irish: Cill Mhantáin, meaning "church of the toothless one"  ) is the county town of County Wicklow and the capital of the Mid-East Region in d south of Dublin on the east coast of the island, it has a population of 10, according to the census.  The town is to the east of the N11 route between Dublin and Wexford.
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Newcastle (Irish: An Caisleán Nua) is a feudal title of nobility and one of the baronies of was constituted as part of the old county ofit lies in the modern county of South the heart of the barony is the civil parish of the same name - Newcastle - which is one of eleven civil parishes in the barony.
The ruins of the eponymous castle, also known as. The name Wicklow is from Viking-lo, which means a low-lying swamp or meadow near water.
Woodenbridge. Wooden Bridge (List of chains) This small village got its name from the original wooden bridge that crosses the Avoca River. N.B. The Place-Names of Co. Wicklow by Liam Price is available at the County Wicklow Library.
THE PLACE-NAMES OF THE BAEONY OF NEWCASTLE, COUNTY OF WICKLOW. Their Early Forms Collected. By LIAM PRICE. [Read 30 November, Published 24 February, ] This paper is an attempt to collect together all the material that is avail able for the study of the place-names of a definite district.
The area dealt. The Place Names of Co. Wicklow, VII- the Baronies of Newcastle and Arklow by Price, Liam and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Additional Physical Format: Online version: Price, Liam.
Place-names of co. Wicklow. Dublin, The Dublin institute for advanced studies, This is a list of the townlands in County Wicklow, Ireland. There are approximately 1, names in the list, and duplicates occur where there is more than one townland with the same name in County marked in bold typeface are towns and villages, and the word Town appears for those entries in the Acres column.
Townland list. The place-names of co. Wicklow by Liam Price (Book) 10 editions published. County: There are 32 counties in Ireland, each of which comprises a number of baronies. Although the last area to be formed into a county was Co. Wicklow inthe last county created was Co Londonderry in Barony: An obsolete land division of great antiquity reflecting feudal land occupation and military jurisdiction.
By the. The "Tellicherry" Five: The Transportation of Michael Dwyer and the Wicklow Rebels by Kieran Sheedy: 50 years of the G.A.A. in County Wicklow by C.M. Byrne: Aftermath Post - Rebellion Insurgency in Wicklow by Ruan O'Donnell: The ages of stone and bronze in County Wicklow [offprint] by Liam Price: Among the Wicklow Hills by Nicholas Byrne.
Placenames index is subdivided by county. [Unpublished]-Paul: Map: Most tenants: National Library of Ireland: Ms. F Manuscript Map: Maps of the estates of Sir. R.J. Paul in counties Wicklow and Carlow, by Hodges and Smith. Foilio volume with 14 coloured maps and names of tenants, [Unpublished]-Pembroke: THE PLACE-NAMES OF THE BARONY OF ARKLOW, COUNTY OF WICKLOW.
Their Early Forms Collected. By LIAM PRICE. [Read 9 December, Published 6 March, ] DRUMKAY PARISH. For the name Drumkay see The Place Names of the Barony of Newcastle, P.R.I.A. 44 C p. Bally gonneU. baile u. Dhomhnaill. Liam Price, The Place-names of Co.
Wicklow Vol. VI; the Barony of Shillelagh, Dublin,p. I am grateful to Dr. Kevin Whelan of the National Library of Ireland for bringing this reference to my attention. Liam Price, The Place-names of Co.
Wicklow Vol. V; the Barony of Rath- down, Dublin,p. Walsh of County Tipperary The Walshs of Rathronan, near Clonmel, appear to have been there a very long time (also see Rathronan).Circa William Walensis was 'lord of Rathronan' [Ormond Deeds], about William le Waleys appears in the record of inquisitions held at Clonmel, and about is a reference to William le Waleys of a Richard le Waleys was among those present.
Full title: The History of Hollywood, Co. Wicklow. Creator / Author: Brendan Corrigan Item Type / Page count: Book / p When Published: ca Publisher / Place of Publication: The Author / [Not stated] About: A handsome publication that is a comprehensively-researched history of the Hollywood area in West ood may be a small village, but this is a huge history and one that.
Bray (Irish: Bré [bʲɾʲeː]) is a coastal town in north County Wicklow, Ireland. It is situated about 20 km (12 mi) south of Dublin city centre on the east coast.
It has a population of 32, making it the ninth largest urban area within Ireland (at the census). Bray, County Wicklow - WikiMili. It would seem to be an alternative edition of a similarly-titled publication first issued by Wicklow County Council in It is a full-colour A4 sized book which traces the development of villages in County Wicklow between –explaining how history, the natural environment and the buildings make them what they are today.
"Rathdrum, a market and post town and a parish partly in the barony of Ballinacor, county of Wicklow and province of Leinster, 8 miles south-west from Wicklow; and 29 miles south-west from Dublin; contains inhabitants of which are in the town.
Wicklow (Irish: Cill Mhantáin, which means “church toothless one”)   is the county town of Wicklow and capital of the Mid-East Region of d south of Dublin on the eastern coast of the island, has a population of 10, according to the census of  The town is to the east of the N11 route between Dublin and Wexford.
Wicklow is also connected to the rail network. County Donegal, and MacSweeney, Lord of Tuatha Toraighe, or Tory Island. A branch of the first mentioned family settled in the barony of Musketry in central County Cork, where they served as captains of Gallowglasses for the MacCarthys.
They had several castles in. Liam Prices, archaeologist, local historian and an obvious authority on place names, was justly lauded for above work, a recognised model of its kind. Price, Liam. The Place Names of County Wicklow. The Irish form and meaning of parish, town land, and local names.
RATHFARNHAM, in the Barony of Newcastle, Co. of DUBLIN, and Province of Leinster: a Curacy, being one of the parishes which constitute the Corps of the Archdeaconry of Dublin: a Church, in good order: no Glebe House, or Glebe: The Rev.
Henry Mac Lean, the Resident Curate (in ), at a Salary of £60, per annum, and the small dues of every.This book the ‘General Alphabetical Index to the Townlands and Towns, Parishes & Baronies of Ireland’, which was printed by Alexander Thom & Co.
of Dublin, gives you the size of a townland, the barony that the townland was in, the name of the civil parish, and the name of the Poor Law Union. Counties of Ireland: Counties: return to.Price, Liam: The Place-names of the barony of Newcastle, County of Wicklow. Their early forms collected, (VI, February ) Maryon, Herbert: The technical methods of the Irish smiths in the Bronze and Early Iron Ages, (VII, April ) Stanford, W.B.: Traces of Sicilian influence in Aeschylus, (VIII, May ).