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Index to the Journals of Kildare Archaeological Society

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Cashel, Rock of Volume II : 125-126, 202.   
Cashel, the Pass of, Co. Laois Volume IV : 198, 409, 421.  Volume VI : 52-54, 66.   
Cashmone-rwoen, Cash-mone-rwoen (or rivol), Leix, district of Volume VI : 5-6.   
Cass, River Volume V : 193-194, 198.   
Castle Barry, townland of Ballymore Eustace Volume III : 352.   
Castle Bernard, Co. Offaly Volume VI : 221.   
Castle Browne, Castlebrowne or Clongowes Volume III : 85, 213, 261.   
Castle Doghenay, at Dunmurray Volume III : 489.   
Castle Eife or Eve, Co. Kilkenny Volume III : 389-390.   
Castle Howell, in the Barony of Kells, also, Castle Hoel, Castle Hale, Castle Hoyle or Castle Howel - Walshes of Kilkenny Volume I : 144.   
Castle Quarter, townland of, Co. Wicklow Volume IV : 149.   
Castle Rag, Jigginstown, Naas Volume XII : XXIII.  Volume XVII : 227.   
Castle Reedy Volume I : 111.   
Castle Talbot or Castle Sallaghe, Co. Wicklow Volume IV : 33.   
Castle, a moated Volume VI : 248.   
Castle, Castles, Castell or Cassels, Richard, d. 1751 (German architect) Volume IV : 14.  Volume VI : 139.  Volume XVII : 101.   
Castlebrack Volume IV : 432.   
Castledermot Volume I : 17, 34, 40, 60, 77, 148, 168, 238, 249, 254, 282, 292, 323, 361-378.  Volume II : 7-8, 10-11, 14, 18-19, 65, 128-129, 161, 187, 211, 216, 379, 400, 417, 419, 427, 440.  Volume III : 38, 94, 438, 474.  Volume IV : 129, 329, 437.  Volume VI : 91, 326, 331, 343.  Volume XII : 266.  Volume XVII : 110, 232.   
Castledermot, A Survey of the Manor of, 1758 Volume XV : 473-4.   
Castledermot, Governor (Constable) or Commander of, (1641) Volume III : 438.   
Castledermot, Vicar of, (1641) Volume III : 438, 450-451.   
Castledermot, Vicarage of Volume III : 450-452.   
Castledillon Volume II : 259, 283.  Volume IV : 114.  Volume VI : 207-213.  Volume XII : 265.   
Castledillon, grave stone Volume XVII : 219.   
Castlehaven, Earl of Volume I : 196, 245, 246.  Volume III : 445.   
Castlejordan or Castell Jourdan Volume II : 99, 108.  Volume XII : 320.   
Castlekevin, Co. Wicklow Volume XVII : 24.   
Castlekevin, Manor of Volume VI : 132, 134.   
Castlemartin Volume I : 116, 117, 128, 129, 195.  Volume II : 14, 172, 299, 418, 440.  Volume III : 11, 319-324, 348, 434, 442, 444, 484.  Volume IV : 318.  Volume V : 204, 406.  Volume VI : 476.  Volume XII : 215, 220.   
Castlenoe or Newcastle, Co. Laois Volume IV : 205, 306.  Volume V : 279.   
Castleroe (Caislen ruadh or 'the red castle'), Co. Kildare Volume I : 100, 258, 387.  Volume III : 229-252.  Volume IV : 346.   
Castleruddery, Co. Wicklow Volume IV : 148.   
Castlesallagh Volume V : 460.   
Castlesize Volume I : 25, 42, 151.  Volume VI : 299, 302.   
Castletown House, Co. Kildare, picture of Volume V : 465.   
Castletown, Co. Kildare Volume I : 256, 301.  Volume II : 140, 202, 281, 361-378.  Volume III : 114-115, 428.  Volume IV : 68, 70, 91, 98, 129, 165, 366.  Volume V : 465.  Volume VI : 175, 415.  Volume XII : 452.   
Castletown, parish of Killabban, Co. Laois (Castletown-Omoye or Ballycaslane O'Moy) Volume VI : 4.   
Castlewarden or Castle Warden Volume I : 197.  Volume IV : 255.  Volume VI : 448.  Volume XII : 340.   
Catherlagh or Catherlough, see Carlow  
Cathoir Mor or Cahir More, King of Leinster Volume I : 165, 166, 168.  Volume II : 160, 205, 296.  Volume XII : 279, 301-306, 352.   
Caulfield, William, Rev. Volume XVII : 118-120.   
Cavanagh, family of, see also Kavanagh Volume XII : 339.   
Cawlcannon Volume II : 214, 272.  Volume V : 450.   
Ceadach Volume XII : 320.   
Celbridge Mills, The Volume XII : 452.   
Celbridge, Abbey Townland, Volume XII : 256.   
Celbridge, Charter School Volume III : 117.   
Celbridge, Oakley Park Volume II : 201-203, 375.   
Celbridge, see also Kildrought Volume I : 256.  Volume II : 198, 324.  Volume IV : 68, 91, 98.  Volume V : 4, 72.  Volume VI : 303.  Volume XII : 53, 255, 452.   
Celbridge, Tea-lane churchyard Volume II : 201, 272, 324, 371.   
Celbridge, Vicar of Volume IV : 89.   
Cell or Cill Chorbhain or Cell NŠis, (now Kill, Co. Kildare), Volume III : 125.   
Celt, a bronze, (weapon-tool), found at Stephenstown, Naas Volume III : 132.   
Celt, bronze Volume VI : 106.   
Celt, stone Volume VI : 106.   
Cerball, King of Leinster, sword of Volume III : 123.   
Cess, the tax called Volume III : 171.   
Chailce, a Jesuit Volume V : 61.   
Chair of Kildare, The Volume I : 148, 344.   
Chalice, a glass Volume V : 31.   
Chalice, of stone (lamps ?) Volume V : 296.   
Charter Schools Volume III : 117.   
Cheevers, Christopher, of Rathmore, Co. Kildare Volume IV : 91.   
Cheevers, family of Volume IV : 91, 180.  Volume XII : 141.   
Cheevers, Margaret, of Macetown; m. Bartholomew Aylmer of Lyons Volume IV : 180.  Volume VI : 520.   
Cheevers, Walter, Sir, of Macetown Volume IV : 180.   
Cheney, family of Volume IV : 251.   
Chevers, family of Volume III : 377.   
Chichester, Arthur, Sir (1st Earl of Donegal) Volume I : 69.   
Chichester, Mary Dorcas, Lady Volume I : 100.   
Chiericati, Francesco, Papal Nuncio Volume IV : 314.   
Chimneypiece, at Old Bawn House Volume V : 230.   
Chimneypiece, at Tubbrid, Co. Tipperary Volume V : 28.   
Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin Volume I : 10, 132, 248.  Volume II : 9, 132, 427.  Volume XII : XII.  Volume XVII : 206, 230.   
Christmas Day. Volume V : 451.   
Christofre, Ralph Volume IV : 88.   
Chronicles of Ireland, Philip Flatesbury's Volume IV : 89.   
Church Mountain Volume V : 285, 292.  Volume VI : 522.   
Church plate Volume II : 203, 218, 249, 387.  Volume IV : 63, 220.   
Church plate of Kildare (Cathedral) Volume VI : 308-309.   
Church, stone roofed Volume VI : 407.   
Churches used as granaries Volume VI : 107.   
Churchtown (Rheban or Reban) Volume II : 177.  Volume VI : 6.   
Cill Ausaille, see Killashee  
Cill Coagh Volume II : 434.   
Cill Cuaigh, see Kilcock  
Cill Cuilenn, see Kilcullen  
Cill Dara, see Kildare  
Cinel Crimthainn or Ui Criomhthannain Volume VI : 3.   
Clan mac Moriertagh Volume VI : 246.   
Clan Melaghlin Volume VI : 9.   
Clandermot Volume VI : 246.   
Clandibui Volume VI : 4, 6.   
Clane (Claonnadh) Volume I : 17, 25-33, 91, 168, 189, 292, 311, 312, 313.  Volume II : 50-51, 158, 370, 457(Corrigenda).  Volume IV : 35-46, 68, 460.  Volume V : 349.  Volume VI : 180, 302-303, 343.   
Clane Abbey Volume III : 101-106.   
Clane Priory Volume III : 105-106.  Volume XII : 393.   
Clane, Abbeyland Volume XIII : 64.   
Clane, Bridge of Volume III : 106.   
Clane, Clergy of Volume IV : 36, 44, 46, 169.   
Clane, Moat at Volume I : 27, 313, 405.  Volume III : 107-111.   


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