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In the 1830s and at the time of Griffith's Valuation the home of Alexander Sproule who held Rahara from the Blake Knox family. The house was originally a thatched one storey building. On the night of the Big Wind in 1839 the thatch was blown away and the house was rebuilt with an additional storey and a slate roof. Now the home of the Donnelly family.
M905 524 Discovery map #40. OS Sheet #45.
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