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An old building still appears to be extant behind a large modern house.
M470 571 Discovery map #39. OS Sheet #30.
Gormley states that the widow of Dominick O'Conor Don lived at Lisnanean after Dominick's death in 1795. Later it was the home of Malachy Madden in 1814 and of Catherine O'Conor Don's nephew Robert Nolan and his family in the 1830s. No demesne is marked on the first Ordnance Survey map. At the time of Griffith's Valuation the house was valued at £5 and was held by Robert Nolan in fee. A house still exists at the site.
M859 811 Discovery map #33. OS Sheet #22.
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