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At the time of Griffith's Valuation this property was leased by Matthew Rosengrave to Patrick Carrick and valued at £21. It was accompanied by over 200 acres. In 1814 Lisheen was the seat of Jer. Rosingrave. The house is labelled on both the first and 25-inch editions of the Ordnance Survey map as Rosemeade but today is known as Lisheen. It is still extant and occupied as a farm house.
R419986 Discovery map #52. OS Sheet #128.
Lewis records the Carrig family as residennt at Ballylee Castle in 1837. At the time of Griffith's Valuation, Patrick Carrick was leasing a herd's house, old castle and land from William Gregory at Ballylee, barony of Kiltartan. The property was valued at £5 at the time. In the early century Ballylee Castle was bought and renovated by the poet, W.B. Yeats. After falling into disrepair again it was acquired by the Office of Public Works as a museum to the poet. It was severely damaged by flooding in 2009 and is not currently open to the public.
M481061 Discovery map #52. OS Sheet #123.
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