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Kilnasaggart, County Armagh

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Historical name form

Old FormRef. DateReference
Ternocc mac Ciarain décc [n. stone Kilnasaggart]0714AFM i 312n
i Cill na Saccart1170cMart. Gorm. Oct. 26
~icCill na Saccart1170cMart. Gorm. 26th Oct. n.6
Kilsagart, through pass of Inver- and rested at JR14thcReeves' Kilnasaggart Reeves 1853
7 townlands of Kilnefegart alias Fieghth, tithes t1542cInq. (Mon. Hib.) 48
the river Killmasagart nigh to the castle of the M1607CPR Jas I 96b
to Kilsagart (bnds BallimcScanlan lands to Mellifo1615CPR Jas I 276a
7 vil'' de Killneseggart, tithes to prior/Caulfield1625Inq. Ult. (Armagh) $1 Car. I
~ó Chill na saccart, Ernain Miodhluachra1630cMart. Don. Oct 26 p284
Killenaseggart1827Pontif. Hib. = Map Upr Orior
Kilnasaggart1834?OSNB: gen. sources NB 46
Kilneseggart1834?OSNB: gen. sources NB 46
~Cill na Sagart ""Church of the Priests""1835J O'D (OSNB) NB 46
Cill na Saggart "" church of the priests""1999Cel. Ulst. Tds 20
Barony
Orior Upper
Parish
Jonesborough
Parish in 1851
Jonesborough
Townland
Foughill Etra
Place name ID
15178
Place name type
M