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Described in 1837 by Lewis as "a handsome and newly erected lodge of the Marquess of Westmeath". The house was valued at £14 in the 1850s and was held by Lord Greville in fee. The buildings have disappeared by the time the 25-inch Ordnance Survey map was published in the 1890s.
|Cloonteem||Kilmore||Carrick on Shannon||Cloonteem 47||Ballintober North||Roscommon||
N002 962 Discovery map #33. OS Sheet #12.
The home of a branch of the Boles family in the 19th century, occupied by John Boles in 1814 and the Reverend William Boles in 1837 and in the early 1850s. The house was valued at £16 and held from Foulke S. Greville. Spotiswood Boles of Springfield owned 540 acres in county Cork in the 1870s. In 1906 occupied by William Bowles. The house was derelict in the early 21st century.
W963 779 Discovery map #81. OS Sheet #66.
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