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This house, located on the west bank of the River Shannon, was occupied by Thomas R. Going in 1814, George Vincent in 1837 and at the time of Griffith's Valuation when he held the house valued at £25 from the Reverend Charles Minchin. The house was later occupied by Admiral Hayes O'Grady, father of Standish Hayes O'Grady. The house became the home of the Bourke family in the 1920s and was demolished in the 1940s. There was another large house known as Errina closeby Grid Ref R657 637.
R657 633 Discovery map #58. OS Sheet #54.
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