See also:  The Baronies of Meath

Christopher Cusack's book The Gentry of Meath (reprinted in Dean Butler's "Trim Castle")

includes a list of the Navan gentry in 1511.

The Baron of Navan

James Hill of Alenstown

Luttrell of Tancardston

Alexander Ivers of Rathain

Bellow of Bellowyston

Golding of Churchston

Dorram of Doreameston

Peter Dillon of Herberteston

James Begg of Moyagher

John Misset of Lascarton (Liscarton) and John Eustace of the same

John Dexter of Rathaldron

John Hussey of Rathkenny

Richard Teling of Mullagha

 

This can be compared with a list fron 1598.  All large property owners were supposed to supply  a certain number of armed men to help the Sheriff keep down the rebels. The following list is from the  Barony of Navan:

The Bishop of Meath  .............................8  Armed Horsemen

The Lord of Trimbleston.........................6  Armed Horsemen

Rochfield of Kilbride...............................4  Armed Horsemen

The Portriffe of Navan.............................4  Armed Horsemen

The Baron of Navan................................3  Armed Horsemen

The Portriffe of Trim...............................3  Armed Horsemen

The Baron of Dillon.................................2  Armed Horsemen

Michael Cusack.......................................2  Armed Horsemen

Ivers of Racaghe.....................................1  Armed Horseman

Teeling of Mullagha in person.................1 Armed Horseman

Hill of Allenstown in person....................1 Armed Horseman

Misset of Laskerton................................1 Armed Horseman

Eustace of Laskerton...............................1 Armed Horseman

 

Source: Navan by the Boyne, Noel E. French  (first edition 1986)