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Home of the Browne family in the 18th century and for the first half of the 19th century. In the 1850s this 18th century house, valued at £30 was in the possession of Eliza Browne, widow of Thomas Browne of Newgrove who died in 1847. Mrs Browne died in 1864 and the house and estate passed to the Brady family. Only some walls of the house remain.
|Ballyslattery or Newgrove||Tulla||Tulla||Newgrove 144||Tulla Upper||Clare||
R451 807 Discovery map #58. OS Sheet #34.
Built by at least 1814 when it was occupied by Thomas Brown who in that year married Elizabeth Comyn. In 1837 Mrs Browne was in residence. By the time of Griffith's Valuation Mary Gore was the occupant holding the property from Eliza Browne. Weir writes that the house was accidentally burnt down about 1903.
|Tyredagh Lower||Tulla||Tulla||Newgrove 144||Tulla Upper||Clare||
R457 820 Discovery map #58. OS Sheet #27.
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