Lord Baron Rathcline and Cashell
Chiefs of Muinter Gilgain
Grant of Parishes of Rathline and Cashell to Baron
' VLV.—-27. Grant from the King to Mary, lady Delvin, widow .of lord Christopher, and
her son sir Richard Nugent, baron of .Delvin - Westmeath or
Longford, Co. The
site of the late monastery or Priory of Cannons of the
Holy-Island, all the buildings and 2 q" of land within the said site thereof—Darrenye and
Dirrenegellsgh, 2 q" each, containing 80‘ arable, 10‘ pasture, ,10‘ underwood, and 80‘ be -in Sruhir, 1
q' containmo 20‘ .arable, and 10‘ pasture—in C arue, l qr containing 80‘ arable and 10‘ wood and
underwood—in Kerowbeg , 2 q"I containing 60‘ arable, and 80‘ bog and pasture—in Kerowmore, 1 q'
containing 30‘ arable, and 15‘ underwood—in Cashell, 2 q" containing 60‘ arable, and 80‘ wood and
pasture—in Kerovantie, 1 q‘ containing 80‘ arable and 10‘. wood and pasture—the rectories, 'vicarages, tithes
hereditaments of Rathline and
Cashell—the' vicarages and tithes of Sruhir, Killire,
Killnomer, and Kilronen, and the tithes of the rectories—the tithes ofthe lands of Dirreine and
Dirrenegealagh; parcel of the estate of the said prior ; demised in
reversion to Christopher lord Delvin, 10 June 28‘h liz. for 80 years at 21l 9‘ 0d
Ir.—WestmeathCo’. The town or hamlet of
Hilton, with 2 messuages, 8 cottages, 240‘ arable, pasture, meadow,
and beg; parcel of the estate of the late Friary of
Fower; ,valued at 2‘ 13‘ 4‘ by the year.—Longford,
Citation - Calendar of Patent
Castle, Lanesborough, Co. Longford
A medieval tower house, enlarged in the early 17th century, now forms a vast
ruin. Looks impressive but is only one wall thick. © Copyright Kieran Campbell and licensed for reuse
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Augustinian Canons Regular ruins near parish church purportedly remains of a foundation dependent on Inchcleraun Island
in County Longford which was granted to Baron Delvin
The O'Quinns, chiefs of Muinter Gilgain, and Lords of
Rathcline, had the Barony of Rathcline, in Annaly, or Longford.
Citation This caput and lands were granted to Lord Delvin.
RATHCLINE, or RATHLINE, a parish, in the barony of RATHCLINE, county of LONGFORD, and province of LEINSTER; containing, with the greater
portion of the ...
Pg 57 History of Countyd Longford
Pat. 5. Page 104
Baron Delvin Surrendered several grants back to the Crown, but some were not surrendered such as
Rathline and Casshell
- Surrender of Monilagan Castle
- Surrender of Newton Castle
- Surrender Cloning Island
- Surrender of Lisvenoa Castle
- Not Surrendered Grant of Rectories Vicarages of Rathline and Casshell, titles , spiritual and
- Not Surrendered Priorie of Channons of the Holy Island
- Not surrendered: Possessions of Holy Island including Dirreine and Dirrenegealagh in Lonford.
- Not surrendered, Lands in Abbey Lara
Pat. 12, XLI