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Latouche esquire lived at Cloverhill in 1778 and Wilson refers to it as the seat of John La Touche in 1786. The residence of Thomas Hurst in 1814 and of John Hurst in 1837. Occupied by Edward Jones, who held from Thomas Booth, at the time of Griffith's Valuation. The main road has been directed through the site and only a few ruins remain.
M831 672 Discovery map #40. OS Sheet #39.
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