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Anna Maria Fry was leasing a house valued at £11 from Lord Lorton's estate at Tullyvohaun, barony of Boyle, at the time of Griffith's Valuation. At the time of the first Ordnance Survey Havarine Cottage, at Tullyvohaun, was described as a ''gentleman's seat', the residence of Mrs. Fry.
M830990 Discovery map #`33. OS Sheet #10.
Frybrook House was built by Henry Fry, who came to Boyle in 1742, and established a weaving industry in the town. It is still extant and was for sale in 2017.
G799025 Discovery map #33. OS Sheet #5. 6.
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