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Oliver Fitzmaurice was in possession of Duagh House at the time of Griffith's Valuation, when it was valued at £12 10s. Lewis mentions it as the seat of M. Fitzmaurice in 1837. Bary writes that this house was built by the Fitzmaurices in the eighteenth century and remained in their ownership until the end of the nineteenth, when the estate began to be sold to the tenants. The house was finally demolished in the 1960s.
R062304 Discovery map #64. OS Sheet #17.
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