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Built c 1720s by the Bridgeman family and sold by them to the Reverend M. Locke in 1780. Wilson records it as his seat in 1786. The house was bought by William James O'Brien in 1802. He died in 1822 and the house was occupied by C. Walker in 1837. By the mid 19th century Thomas W. Butterfield was leasing it from the Reverend Savage Hall who had married Anne O'Brien. The buildings were valued at £22. It remained in the possession of the Hall family until at least the late 19th century, it was leased to the Bourke family. This house was advertised for sale in January 2009.
|Woodfield||Kilseily||Limerick||Kilseily 108||Tulla Lower||Clare||
R539 733 Discovery map #58. OS Sheet #43.