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The home of a branch of the Macnamara family in the 18th and 19th centuries. It was advertised for sale in 1850 and Griffith's Valuation records Joseph Browne as the occupier. He held the property in fee, the buildings were valued at £14. Weir writes that the original house was demolished and that the house now standing which was occupied by the Walshes, agents to the Macnamaras, was uninhabited. see http://www.thisoldhouse.com/toh/article/0,,568230,00.html
|Ayle Lower||Feakle||Scarriff||Ayle 123||Tulla Upper||Clare||
R538 841 Discovery map #58. OS Sheet #27.
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