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Details of SC 8/53/2646
Reference: SC 8/53/2646
Petitioners: Roger Utlagh, Prior of the Hospital (Knights Hospitallers) of Ireland
Name(s): Utlagh, Roger
Addressees: King and council
Occupation: Prior of the Hospital (Knights Hospitallers) of Ireland
Nature of request: The Prior of the Hospital of Ireland asks the king and council to accept, and to confirm, his order's appropriation of the churches of Carlingford, Drumcree, Martry, Duncormick, and Clonkeen, to support a convent of chaplains at Kilmainham, to say mass for the king, his ancestors, and all Christians.
Nature of endorsement: [None]
Places mentioned: Carlingford, [County Louth, Ireland]; Dromre (Drumcree), [County Westmeath, Ireland]; Martry, [County Meath, Ireland]; Duncormick, [County Wexford, Ireland]; Clonkeen, [County Louth, Ireland]; Kilmaynan (Kilmainham), [County Dublin, Ireland].
Note: CPR 1327-30 p.171 is dated at Nottingham, 2 October 1327.
Date: [1327]
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Former reference in its original department: Parliamentary Petition 4553
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: French
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description
Publication note:

Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edw III, vol. I, 1327-1330, (Public Record Office, 1891), p.171 (pardon to the Prior for appropriating Carlingford, Duncormick and Clonkeen, and licence to hold them in mortmain)

Documents on the Affairs of Ireland before the King's Council , G.O. Sayles, (Irish Manuscripts Commission, 1979), pp.129-30 (no.157) (full edition of petition)

Irish Material in the Class of Ancient Petitions (SC 8) in the Public Record Office, Analecta Hibernica, vol. XXIV, P. Connolly, (Stationery Office of Ireland, 1987), p.18 (brief calendar)

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