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The representatives of John Coxon were leasing Flesk Priory to Margaret Newman at the time of Griffith’s Valuation, when it was valued at £26. In 1837 Lewis mentions it as the seat of J.S. Coxon. Bary states that, while O’Donovan claimed it had been built in 1828, it is possible that it was erected in the 18th century. Local tradition maintained that it was to provide accommodation for noble refugees from the French Revolution. It was still extant at the end of the twentieth century.
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V963896 Discovery map #78. OS Sheet #66.
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