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It is probable that the townland of Coarsefield was part of Oory in the 18th century and that Oory was divided into two townlands at the time of the first Ordnance Survey. The remains of an old house are still visible at Coarsefield, close to the present house, and it is believed that this was Oory House, home of the Bourkes and later owned by the Nettervilles. In 1814 "Course-field" belonged to James Netterville. The sales rental of the Gray estate of Coarsefield in 1861 refers to one wall remaining of the old Netterville house.
M272 762 Discovery map #38. OS Sheet #101.
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