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FoundationGives the name of the site — generally in its Old Irish form, (if attested in early or medieval sources, or if it appears to be readily reconstructable) otherwise the modern English placename is given.:Documented AssociationGives the names of Early Christian ecclesiastics (the DIB terms such individuals often regarded as founders of churches — saints in the Irish tradition), whose association with the sites concerned is based on documentary sources.:LineageThis records the reputed ancestral lines of individuals given in Doc Assoc.:
Traditional AssociationGives the names of Early Christian ecclesiastics whose association with the sites concerned is based on tradition, dedication or placename association.:TownlandGives the townland (name spelt as in TTPBI Index) in which the site is (or is thought to be) located.:ParishGives the civil (not ecclesiastical) parish in which the townland is situated.:
DeaneryThis records the rural deanery (a sub-division of the diocese) to which the parish belongs.:DioceseThis records the medieval (not necessarily the same as the modern) diocese in which the foundation lies.:BaronyGives the modern barony (as in TTPBI Index the baronies were rationalised in 19thC) in which the townland and civil parish are situated.:
CountyGives the county in which the barony lies.:ProvinceGives both the civil province in which the county lies and the ecclesiastical province to which the diocese belongs.:SourcesThis is concerned almost exclusively with hagiographical sources (mainly Lives of the saints, martyrologies and genealogies of the saints) and relates to the individuals and lineages in Doc Assoc and Lineage.:
Recorded HistoryThis concerns the subsequent history of the site, with emphasis on pre-Norman (or early post-Norman) native sources mainly annals but also including medieval ecclesiastical records (charters or taxations), English Crown documents and, on occasion, modern sources (especially surveys or maps, which may mark the location of lost sites or illuminate placenames).:Clerical StatusThis seeks to classify foundations as episcopal coarbial or eremitic based on the clerical orders ascribed to the reputed founder, the later succession-record or the placename of the site.:GenderThis seeks to classify foundations as male or female based on the gender of the reputed founder, the later succession-record or the placename of the site.:
Succession RecordLists ecclesiastics, male or female, who succeeded to offices at the foundation concerned abbots, abbesses, comarbai, bishops often clerics of less exalted rank such as treasurers, lectors, scribes. These lists make no claim to be exhaustive; fuller accounts for major sites can be found in the New History of Ireland, vol. 8, and in published prosopographies.:Medieval DedicationNotes medieval church-dedications to saints whether Irish or Continental.:Familial LinksIndicates links between foundations, whether claimed in hagiographical sources (a lesser site said to have submitted to greater site), attested by charter, or indicated by tradition or placename evidence.:
Folk TraditionRecords traditional stories, beliefs or practices (especially pilgrimages or patterns), or a tradition of clandestine burial either recorded or inferred from location names such as the killeen or the caldragh.:Field RemainsRecords physical remains of sites, whether visible in the field or accessed through excavation. Precedence is given to features considered to be characteristic of the Early Christian/pre-Reform era, such as enclosures, (especially circular or oval), cross-slabs, high-crosses, bullauns and raised areas — with round towers and church remains further down the list unless there is a strong case for doing otherwise.:ArtifactsIn general, this records only items which may support the case for the site as a pre-Reform ecclesiastical settlement (especially croziers, shrines, chalices etc) — whether recovered by search or excavation, or merely associated with the site by tradition. Also included are such items as querns and kilns as flour-production was an important part of life at ecclesiastical (although also, admittedly, at secular) settlement sites.:
BibliographyMentions secondary references (sometimes very select indeed) to the site concerned. Some contain detailed discussion, others (especially where little else seems to be available) only the briefest mentions. For details see the Bibliography page.:AddendumIncludes fragments of additional information (or comments on the part of the compilers) relating to the site in question.:

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FoundationGives the name of the site — generally in its Old Irish form, (if attested in early or medieval sources, or if it appears to be readily reconstructable) otherwise the modern English placename is given.AddendumIncludes fragments of additional information (or comments on the part of the compilers) relating to the site in question.
Affane HunterOS 29
AghaneenaghOS 22: cross-inscr stone reportedly found c.1916 - used in building fence (Power)
Aghnameadle*OS 22: nec pre-reform? Med par ch?
Alt a' dhomhnaighOS 28, 29: possible EC site; placename contains element domnach?
An Choill BheagOS 27: An Choill Bheag Íochtair
Annagelliff*OS 20; nec an EC site? med par ch?
Annagh MoreOS 26: assoc with Laisre (Mo-Laisse) a local trad?; but well dedic Féichíne
ArdachadOS 28
Ard Chaín OS 25
ArdclinisOS 20, 25
ArdkillOS 22
Ard Licce/SendomnachOS 26: in Ard Licce, in Mag Cairetho (Tírechán); Hogan sugg Ardleckna, par Aughrim - doubtful; Patrick appt Coimanus
Ardmacaisse? OS 25
ArdmoreOS 22
Ard Oilén OS 21
Ard SenlisOS 23: in Branan's country; = Senles iar mBadbgnu (Slieve Baune); L. daughter of Dar-Erca, putative sr. of Patrick
Baile DiarmataOS 25
Baile Tobair BrigtiOS 27, 34: alias Ballytoberbride (14thc settlement see Ann.FM)
Baislecc MórOS 21: Basilica Sanctorum - now in par Tulsk; feast of Sachell (Soicheall) 1 Aug; Ciarraige dominance to 8thC?
BallinattinOS 26
BallingowanOS 29
Ballycahane OS 22
BallycahillOS 20: possibly an EC site - bullaun; but does P's Well refl any Patrician trad?
Ballyclogh*OS 24: nec pre-reform? med par ch? 'in ruins' 1615, 'in repair' 1774 (Brady)
BallygarranOS 27: Baile an Gharráin?
BallygormanOS 2: basis for assoc with Muiredach? trad?
Ballyhay OS 2, 6; cnfrmd in 1337 to Hospital of St John (Crouched Friars)
Ballyheen OS 23
Ballyhest OS 24: loc of 'Villa Rogeri Calvi'? in par Kilbrin (Brady), in tld Ballyhest (MacCotter & Nicholls)
Ballyhill*nec a pre-reform site (OS 23)?; medieval parish ch/chapel?
BallyinOS 20: possible EC site
BallylaneenOS 24: Baile Uí Laithnín
Ballynaclogh*OS 27: nec pre-reform? med par ch?
BallynagiglaOS 25: Baile na gCoigleach; possible EC site. Reputed site of Cistercian mon. of Glanawydan fnd c.1171
Ballynahinch OS 22, 29
BallynakillOS 27: possible EC site? now par Riverstown
Ballynalacken*OS 28: nec pre-reform? ch 'in repair' 1615, abandoned by 1694 (Brady)
BallynoeOS 23: poss an EC site
Ballyvoony (Baile Uí Mhuimhnigh)*OS 24: nec pre-reform?; possibly med par ch
Beau Lieu OS 29; possible EC site (bullaun), supplanted by hse of Knights Templars
BennchorOS 29, 30
Bile FéichineOS 26: otherwise Bile Fobair? nr Cell na Manach (qv); numerous wells/stones assoc with Fechin in vicinity
Boherash*OS 27: ch in ruins 1615 (Brady): friary? med. par. church?
Brownstown OS 21, doubtful as EC site?; med par ch?
Bumlin OS 29: Midabair (Midabaria) of Cell Arad (qv)? putative sr of Berach of C. Beraig (qv)
BunacumOS 22; possibly an EC site assoc with St Donán (Killanin & Duignan)
Callystown OS 22, placename => Baile na gCaillech? => foundation for nuns/women religious?
CarrickaboyOS 26; possible EC site
Carrow*OS 26: pre-reform site? uncertain
CarrowhughOS 22; possible assoc with Bláthnat?
CartronOS 22: An Cartún? St Cennanach putative br of Aithgein Botha Domnaig and of Curcach; of Cell Chennanach (qv)
CartronhughOS 21
CashelOS 25
Castlecor (Kilbrin)OS 23: ch 'in ruins' 1615, abandoned by 1694 (Brady)
CastlemagnerOS 24: ch 'in repair' 1693 (Brady)
CastleterraOS 21; possible EC site
Cell Áeda OS 27: possible location of 'cillin at Killeagh (pronounced distinctly 'Cill Aodha': Power 1932)
Cell AiredOS 21: Florent mac an oglaich (d. 1333) 'airchideochain' Ann.FM - error?
Cell a' Leabhair? (C. Abair?)OS 29: 'early monastery; erenagh 11thC' (Gwynn & Hadcock); Mac Beoláin keeper of 'clog dub'
Cell an Lóntaigh?OS 29
Cell Barra Meidin OS 25
Cell Beccáin/Cluain Ard Mo-BecócOS 22: in Emly - Ailbhe's territory; see Cell mic Cathail
Cell BeinéinOS 29:10:3; EC site - later Franciscan; B. putative br of Céthech & Mucnoe - distinct fr B. Patrick's discip? added to T by redactor
Cell Bhreicc OS 2
Cell BiainOS 23? O'Laverty suggests Barnamaghery, par Kilmore?; founded by Fergus, bp of Dún dá Lethglaise (qv)
Cell Buide (?)OS 26: Cill Bhuí
Cell Chaillich (Killelly)?OS 26
Cell ChatainOS 22, 23: Cill Chatain identif with Domnach Cati (qv) by Jefferies & Johnston
Cell ChéireOS 21: in Mag Escat; Uí Raibne < Múscraige at CC
Cell Chlocháin OS 29
Cell Chluaisi?OS 25: chief ch of Tuath Ó Fiannadhuigh - in Caoille; in field called Cluain (Power 1932)
Cell CholmáinOS 20: nr Nenagh; possible EC site assoc with Colmán Brit (=Mo-Chonna of Glendalough?)
Cell Cholumcille OS 20
Cell ChonáinOS 21: poss EC site assoc with native St
Cell Chorcráin (Kilcorcoran)OS 23: ch in ruins 1615 (Brady)
Cell Chróine (Kilcroan)OS 2: C d of Áed, on basis of feastday; see also Cell Chruáin
Cell ChromglaisiOS 27: 'Cill Cromglaisi' in Caoille; Cairbre, king of Munster, fostered by Sgeallan of CC (Life of Finchu); Kylecromglassy rectory 16thC
Cell Chruimthir FraeichOS 27: 'Cill Cruimthir' in Caoille, chief ch of 'Tuath Ó Quain' (Power 1932); in ruins 1615 (Brady)
Cell ChúileOS 28: nr Tulsk; ident with CC Siblinne? Bolc, diaconus (LL 366de)?
Cell ChurcaigeOS 21: putative sr of Cairech Dergán & Ness of Ernaide-thech (qv); kinswomen of Commán
Cell ChurcaigeOS 29, 35: poss EC site assoc with native St; Cill Churcaí
Cell Chúrnáin?OS 25: in Túath Muigi Finne; identif with Kylcornan (Power, MacCotter & Nicholls); otherwise nr Caherduggan Castle (Power); see also Killaspugmullane
Cell DarbilidOS 24, 33: Dar-biled: Mart.D (3 Aug) of Inis Cethig (LL 354d 47) (qv)
Cell Droma/Cell na MarbánOS 20: in Trian Tearmuinn Brigi Gobunn (Lis.); 'Ceall Droma' in Caoille = 'Cill na Marbhán' of Abbán (Power 1932)
Cell DúigeáinOS 20
Cell eidir dá druim/KillederdadrumOS 27: Cill idir dhá dhrom
Cell Eochada?OS 23: possible EC site; Cill Eochaidh
Cell ÉogainOS 2
Cell Eoin (Killone)OS 25: EC site, later dedic to St. John? Belonged to rectory of St Catherine's, Waterford, 1541
Cell Fhata (Kiladda)OS 25: in Caoille; burial gd of Tuath Maige Finne; Mo-Chóemóc mac Congairb blessed ch.
Cell Fhergusa OS 25
Cell Fhiachach?OS 27
Cell Finntain?OS 29; possible site of Kilfentory church; early eccl site?
Cell Finntain OS 29
Cell GlasOS 23, 24: assoc with Glaisiucc of Cell Glaissi (qv) Co Antrim? or with Glaisne, sac (LL 366)
Cell InseOS 23; otherwise Killinchinekille ('Killinchy-in-the-woods')
Cell Laisre? (Killaster)OS 21: in Mag Aí, now in par Frenchpark; loc not kwn to Harrington
Cell LuaithrinnOS 25: L. < Ciannachta (LL 350d); assoc with Achad Chorainn, Cell Luaithrinn (qqv)?; later a med par ch?
Cell mac Éogain?OS 20: in Crích Cairpre; now par Coolera; assoc with meic nÉogain? LL 369e 56 (MacShamhráin); adj to Ros Réided (qv)?
Cell mac Gobain? OS 21: possible EC site assoc with meic Gobain
Cell mac LéinínOS 24: see also Cluain Uama; O'Molykannysh (Ua Máele-Chainnig?) manaig at both sites; in ruins 1591 (Brady)
Cell mac Lugna OS 29: possible EC site assoc with meic Lugna
Cell Meic-LiacOS 27: perhaps a dedic to Mac-Liac (Airgialla) of Druimm Glas (qv), Co Tyrone?
Cell Mo-Chumma OS 27
Cell Modula?/Mhac Stola?OS 25; possible EC site
Cell Mo-Guaire?OS 2: possible EC site assoc with Guaire
Cell Mo-LaisseOS 29: see also Liss Mór
Cell Mo-Lua (Kilmaline)OS 22
Cell Mo-Ménócc?OS 24: Cell Movinoge (Hardiman, State of Co Kilk, 48); Cell Mobhinóg (Hogan); Cill Momhéanóg
Cell Mór Arad TíreOS 26: Cill Mhór Ara Tíre
Cell MórOS 25; identif with C.M. Maige Enir/in fhir (O'Donovan 1856), but see Kilmore, Co. Meath; Cruimthir Corc Cille Móire (Mart.T 4 Apr)?
Cell na bhFraochain OS 23
Cell na Cluana*OS 29: Kilmacloonagh; nec pre-reform? med par ch/chapel?
Cell na ManachOS 26: nr Bile Féichíne; note enclosure to NE; poss EC site, later an Augustinian 'cell'
Cell na Náem*OS 27: nec a pre-reform site? medieval par ch?
Cell Onchon OS 21/22: in Pobal Bhriain (TCD H.1.18, 8a); note Killonaghan, Co Clare
Cell RaisseOS 21: superceded by Kilross, fnd 1233 by prior of Oilén na Trinóite (Beirne); now par Riverstown
Cell Ródáin/RótáinOS 20: Ródán/Rottán - búachall (herdsman) of Patrick? (Trip.Life 266 etc); R Sacerdos (LL 366d 39)
Cell RossantaOS 23: well dedic => connection with Brigit?
Cell RuiféadOS 26
Cell Scannail OS 28: possible EC site assoc with Scandal Sac? (LL366c 20)
Cell TipratOS 24: ch recognised as ded. to Patrick in 15thC (Roman Annates)
Cell TíreOS 29
Cell To-ChomhrachtOS 27: otherwise Cell Tathchomarc; in Conmaicne Réin, nr Leitrim town; later site of abbey/hospital
Cell Trostáin?OS 23: now in par Strokestown
Cell Tuillithe*OS 29: nec pre-reform site? Uncertain
Cell Ua Gealba?OS 22, 28: Kilogulla => Cell Ua Gealba? (Hogan); Bp Elphin held Cowrin mc Brenan - 'former propty of Monastry St Brendan in Ogulla' (G & H)
Cenn LochaOS 2
Churchfield/CoolkillOS 24: 'Coolkill' on OS map
Church IslandOS 25
ClenorOS 25: in Tuath Muighi Finne, Caoille (Power 1932); 'in ruins' 1615 (Brady)
Clifferna*OS 26: a MacBrady foundation (O'Connell) => late medieval
ClonakennyOS 23: possibly an EC site assoc with Cainnech?
ClonmoreOS 26
CloonamahanOS 26: Clonymeaghan (Archdall)
CloonbonniffeOS 20: now in par Castlerea
Cloonfinlough OS 29: now in par Strokestown
CloonmacduffOS 20: possible assoc with meic Duib? (Ulaid?) (Bk.Uí M 51Rc)
Cluain Airdne/CuerneOS 20: in Ciarraige Airtig; MacDiarmada Gall buried there; Meic Caíl/Cóelbad of Cl. Aird & Imlech Gaileng (qv)
Cluain Choirpthe/ChairptheOS 24, 30: otherwise Cell Beraig/Termann Beraig; link with Glendalough & Cluain Brónaig (BNE §24, 29-45, 62, 65)
Cluain Ech OS 28
Cluain foisOS 29: early monastic site, survived until 9thC (G & H); Tempall Iarlaithe
Cluain Siebra? OS 21
Cluain Síon (Gortnabishaun) OS 28:7:4 probably an EC site - later med abbey? Kinconla?
Cnocán na mBan OS 21
Colligan BegOS 22: Cuilleagán Beag
CoolnasmearOS 23
Coolum*OS 27
CorraneaOS 24: nec. an EC site?
CorrawillinOS 26; possibly an early foundation assoc with Damnat
CreggOS 22, 23: possible EC site?
CrileaOS 23
CrossballycormickOS 22
Cúil Maine/Muine?OS 20
Cullin*OS 22
Cully*OS 25: in Cenél Luacháin; record of clergy 15thC? any pre-reform fndt on site?
CumberOS 23: not to be confused with Domnach Combair (qv)
Curraghs*OS 20: nec pre-reform? Patrician assoc of antiquity?
Dá Chenn EcháinOS 20: in field kwn as 'Lios-mhic-Cháin'; identif with 'Da Cenn Echain' in Caoille by Power (1932)
Daim InisOS 22: Óentad with Clonmacnoise; precedence conceded? (Ciarán offered gold chair; VSH); princeps (d. 896) = tánaise abbad of Clonmac.; loc of school
Daire MeilleOS 2: Daire M fnd by T. of Cell Achaid (qv) for M?; 'Inell'(LL 354) error for Mell (Ó Riain)
DennOS 26
DerrygalunOS 22: adj field to E 'Páirc a tSagairt - The Priest's Field' (Power)
Derrywinny*OS 20
DisertmoyOS 27
Domhnach MórOS 20/25?; feast of Feidlimid (9 Aug)
Domnach BileOS 21: P. ordained Óengus (Trip.Life); slab depict wheeled cross 'not found' (Herity 1997)
Domnach Brechmaige?OS 22: otherwise Mag Brechmaige (LL)
Domnach CluaineOS 20
Domnach Mór PátraicOS 22: in Silva Vocluti/Caill Fochlad/Uí Amolngada (Tírechán); M putative br of Céthech; DM superceded by Cell Alaid (qv)
Domnach Seinliss?OS 22: nrby rath - possible identif with D. Seinliss? (Jefferies & Johnston); not another Cell Fínáin (qv)?
DownhillOS 2
Drinaghan OS 21
Droichet-TarsnaOS 21
DromdowneyOS 24: 'Sunday's Well' - perh 'Tobar an domnaig'/'Druim an Domnaig'? (domnach element)
Druim BreccáinOS 24; Breccán of Echdruim (qv)
Druim Coluim ChilleOS 27: site kwn as 'Druim na Macroidhe' before Colum Cille founded ch (BCC); now par Riverstown
Druim LúacháinOS 24: in Uí Lúacháin; in Uí Brigti
Druim MórOS 20, 21: in Uí Echach; Énán, Mo-Chritóc, Cóemán assoc with this or other Dromore(s)?
Druim RuadOS 21: traditional birthplace of Declan of Ardmore
Druim ÚirdOS 22; Kildrumsherdan = Dísert Fincheall Teallachgarneach (O'Connell, 127)
Drumbess*OS 24
Drumcannon*OS 26: nec pre-reform? Med par ch?
DrumcorOS 20
DrumerkillewOS 22
DrumgoonOS 22; in earliest records referred to Drumgoon, alias Magheranure (O'Connell)
DrumhallaghOS 28
DrummeraghOS 28, 29
DrumnacurOS 20 ;
DrumnagressOS 22
Drumnanangle OS 21: Druim na n-Aingel?
Drumshallonpossible EC foundation; assoc with Patrick? ( OS 21)
DrumskeaghOS 25
DrungOS 21
Dunaghy*OS 27?; nec a pre-reform site? medieval par ch?
Dún Bó(OS 2) ch. dedic. to Adomnán (Boll.)
Dún Diarmata*OS 27; nec a pre-reform site? medieval par ch?; appropriate to abbey of Kells
Dunhill*OS 25: nec pre-reform? Med par ch?
DunlisOS 2
DunmoreOS 27: Med par ch - but on earlier site? Killea?
EnniskillenOS 22, possible EC site assoc Fergus (F. Eps?); not precisely located
ErnaideOS 25; in Sliab Guaire in Gailenga; F. assoc with Columb d of Liber (LL 369b 9)
ErveyOS 22
Fearann an MuilinnFarnamullan (OS 27) possible EC site?
Ferrnan OS 22: 'St Oran's church' on 1841 OS 6-inch map
Fidnacha Maige RéinOS 25: comarba C in Betha M'Áedóicc
FoilogohigOS 21
Fox's CastleOS 24
Friars IslandOS 25: possible EC site assoc with Mo-Lua?
GarranmillonOS 24: Garrán Mhealdúin - possible EC site?
Garran Tortain OS 24: possible EC site?
GarrisonOS 20
Glebe*med. par ch. ? another ch ruin Glebe East OS 22 'Mayne Ch (no. 927) beside motte (no. 1073)
GlenpatrickOS 2; identified by Power as 'Aughnacilla' ch site
Gluairein Latharna; Patrick fnd church (Trip.Life); Glore (OS 29)
Grange* OS 28, 35
GreenaneOS 23
Imlech Broccada/Imlech nEchOS 26, 27: in Ciarraige Chonnacht? B's mother putatively Dar-Erca sr of Patrick (LL 372a 34)
Immolchuir OS 22
Inis ChaínOS 2: note Mac-Óige L. Meilchi (Mart.T)
Inis CheithigOS 23: in Irrus Domnann; corruptly I. Geidhe, Geigid (Uí M 110b, 173b etc)
InishtrahullOS 2a
Inis Tempaill OS 2: Sinell - Patrick's bell-founder? Sinell (d. 597)?
KeadewOS 20
KeelOS 22
KilboglashyOS 20: F. of Bile?
KilcartonOS 26
KilcooseOS 20, 26: mod par Castlerea
Kilcurly OS 21
KildaloughOS 20
KilderiheenOS 21:
KilduaneOS 25: EC site assoc with Dubán?
KilellinOS 20: assoc ('Kilellin') with Eiléne Eps (LL 365)? Toberdoney => domnach element? now par Riverstown
KillanOS 28; possibly an EC site; circ gvyd may => enclosure; dedic to St Anne perhaps Anglo-Norman
KillavalligOS 23: tld name from 'Cill an Bhealaigh - church of the road/pass'? (Power)
KillOS 26: used by monks of Emlaghfad for Divine Service during harvest (MacDonagh)?
KilleaOS 29: ch of St Aidus (O'Flanagan); probably not Cell Fiachach (Hogan); in ruins by 1607; Mod Ir Cill Shléibhe
KilloughcarranOS 26
KilluraghOS 26: not Crédnat?
KillycolmanOS 28: EC site assoc with Colmán?
KillycrappinOS 20, 25; possibly an EC site - if trad can be trusted
KillycroneOS 21; possibly an EC site; placename may preserve ref to Crón/Cróine
KillymacranOS 23; Killymacran not a surviving tld or par name?
KillynaghOS 22
KilmackillooOS 26
KilmaquageOS 27
KilmurrinOS 25: EC site assoc with Moirín, epscop (LL 365)?
KilsteagueOS 25
KilteanyOS 26
KiltycloghanOS 21, 27: possible EC site?
Kilverdon (Cell Bhearnáin)OS 23: in mod par Strokestown
KnockbrideOS 23; possibly an EC site - bullaun; possible assoc with Brigit (placename)?
KnockmanaghOS 22: 1937 OS map only; some vague assoc with Lassar?
LaveyOS 26; O'Connell incorrectly identifies this site with Lemdruimm (qv)
LeckaunOS 27
LecksOS 23 possible EC site -encl?
Lettracha OdráinOS 28: EC site assoc with Odrán; in Múscraige Tíre, in Uí Daigre; not in Co offaly (as Archdall)
Lisbunny*OS 21: possible EC site (placename element Liss)? or Med par ch?
LisdanganOS 22: Poor-Law Union of Kanturk
Lisegny*OS 21
Liss Gabailnr Enniskillen (OS 22, 27): poss EC site assoc with Áed (25 Jan Mart.D); later an Augustinian abbey
Liss MórOS 21: women excl from half of civitas, but Tech Bríge (qv) adj; Abb Conodar guarantor of Cáin Adomnáin; see also Cell Mo-Laisse
Liss Ua nDubthaigOS 29: in mod par Strokestown; Lysduffe (Archdall)
LuddanOS 29
Macroney* OS 28: nec pre-reform? ch 'in repair' in 1615, in ruins by 1774 (Brady)
Magherally*OS 27
Mag MórOS 24; nr village of Athea
Maoileann OS 23: St Maol-Roc - an invention?
MarahillOS 25
Milltown (Kilslaughtery)OS 22
Moneymorepossible EC site OS 24 (cross inscr slab)?
Monnery*OS 25
MonseaOS 20
MuldergOS 23: possibly an EC site - enclosure
MullaghOS 23
MullaghroeOS 29: confusion here - Laisrén is a male st; is Lassar intended?
NenaghOS 20: trad assoc St Colmán => EC origin?; deed of 1217-21: advowson jtly held Butler family & abbots of Abingdon
NolaghOS 28
Nuachongbáil (Nohaval 1)OS 29
Ogdela (?)OS 22: Ogdheala (Kilk.Jnl.Arch, II, 340); P 'made earthen ch' here (Tírechán); W of Tulsk Abbey (Dominican: Tax 1302-06)
Oilén Uí ChéinOS 26: possible EC site; later a rectory of Knights Hospitallers of Kilbarry
Pallas MoreOS 20
Pupall PátraicOS 23
Ráith ChóemáinOS 22: equation of Ráith Chóemáin with Rathowen?
Ráith na Sáer OS 29
RathgormanOS 24?
Rathmoyle*OS 21: nec pre-reform? in mod par Tulsk
Ray (Ráith?)OS 25: perhaps 'Rath Finan' (O'Donovan); F. Rátha with Colum Cille in Toraig (qv); allegedly a relation
Ros Bran[duib] (?)OS 22: identif with Brandub of Kildare error by Lec scribe (Ó Riain); is this Brandub of LL 349g 29?
Ros na gCaillechOS 20, 21: a foundation of women religious (cailligh) under Comgall? = Ros Torothair contested by Colum Cille?
RosscolganOS 25; possible assoc. with Colcu - placename
Ros SeircOS 22: Abbeylands; EC site assoc with native st, later Franciscan Third Order hse; Srosserick (Archdall, 508) - this site? (N. White)
RushinOS 25
Scairt OS 22: d-shaped gvyd => inner encl => EC date?
Sciric(OS 28, 33)
Sean Cloch na Gráinsige*OS 27: possibly on an EC site (Moore)? uncertain
Senad (Belleisle)Cathal Maguire compiled Annals of Ulster here (OS 27, 33)
Shanbally 1OS 23: Sean Bhaile
Shanbally 2OS 23: Sean Bhaile; satellite of, or replacement for, Shanbaly 1?
ShankillOS 25
SkehanaghOS 23
Slaghtmanus*OS 23: eccl site? not certain
StraidarranOS 23, 29, 30
SubulterOS 23; ch 'in ruins' in 1774 (Brady)
Tempall Féichíne (Templefeheen)OS 21: on or close to site of 7thC. foundation of St Féchíne; uncovered by illegal excavation 1981
Tempall Maol*OS 26: nec pre-reform site? uncertain
Tempall na gCaillech DubOS 20: med fndt of Aug canonesses? possibly on an earlier site?
Tempall Uí Bhric OS 24
Templealour*OS 27; 'Teampull na Lobhar' = 'Ch of the Lepers' (Power 1932); nec pre-reform?
TemplederryOS 27: nec pre-reform? Med par ch?
TemplenabreeOS 20: possible early women's fndt later occ by med nunnery?
Templenaffrin*OS 25: nec pre-reform site? uncertain
Templeshane*OS 28: nec pre-reform? Med par ch?
Tempull na Sceach OS 22
Termann Cóelainn/Daire C.OS 20, 21: adj tld Termonmore (formerly Termonkeelin?)
Termann DairbileOS 24, 33: in sth of parish;
TermonOS 2; possible EC site - bullauns
TickmacrevanOS 29: EC site?; placename (obsolete) contains element tech? assoc with meic Rubcháin (LL)?
Tirlahode*OS 26: nec a pre-reform site? medieval par ch?
Toberelva OS 27
Toneel*OS 21: nec pre-reform site? uncertain
Trinity IslandOS 20: possible EC site if oval gvyd => encl; other ruins rep Priory of Loch Uachtar, founded 1237
Tuaim (2)OS 29:16:4 - Páirceanna an Bhaile; satellite of Tuaim dá ghualann (qv)
Tuaim dá ghualannOS 29:15:6 - P. an Bhaile; 'ch site' rec 1574 as 'Chapel of St Bridget … then in ruins … probably founded for a chantry' (Archdall); assoc with Clonfert? (note Cormac 882)
Tuaim Múscraige/Tóm in BairdOS 22: later Tuaim in Baird/Uí Meadra - Augustinian priory; not Muskerry, Co Cork (as Archdall); Donan subst for Domaingein, reputedly a discip of Mo-Chutu
Tulach BeigileOS 25: possibly an EC site? but 'St Bigill' a late (15/16thC?) invention derived from placename?
Tulach na gcaorthann*OS 24: nec pre-reform site? uncertain
TullyOS 27: Tully - a loc name in par Derrybrusk?; nec pre-reform site? uncertain
Tully*OS 20: nec a pre-reform site? medieval par ch?