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At the time of Griffith's Valuation George Dunne was leasing two properties in the townland of Castlegal to the Parke family. John Parke was renting a house valued at £7 together with 50 acres while Phillip Parke was leasing a house valued at £5 and 98 acres. McTernan states that prior to being owned by the Dunn family this property belonged to the Cope estate. Castelgal is still extant and occupied.
G717405 Discovery map #16. OS Sheet #9.
George Dunne was leasing Glinny House from Thomas Daunt at the time of Griffith's Valuation, when it was valued at £25. Lewis refers to it as the seat of G.N. Dunne in 1837. The Daunt family also owned Glinny Cottage [W669595] in the same townland, then valued at £8 and occupied by Elizabeth Walsh. Though altered Glinny House is still extant.
W665590 Discovery map #87. OS Sheet #98.
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