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Tradition suggests that Francis Blake Forster let Clooneene (Ashfield) and built a house which he called Rosepark, after his wife, Rose Ffrench. Rosepark House is recorded by Lewis in 1837 as the seat of the Hugo family. It was leased by Michael Kane to George Crowe at the time of Griffith's Valuation. It was then valued at £12. Apart from some estate walls there is no evidence of this property now.
R429967 Discovery map #52. OS Sheet #128.
At the time of Griffith's Valuation, George Crowe was leasing a property valued at almost £5 from the Handy estate at Coololla, barony of Kilconnell. Buildings appear at the site on the 1st-edition Ordnance Survey map but appear to be ruinous by the time of the 25-inch edition of the 1890s.
M788286 Discovery map #47. OS Sheet #78.
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