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Eyre Stack was in possession of Ballyconry House at the time of Griffith's Valuation, when it was valued at £13. In 1814 Leet noted Ballyconry as the residence of John Stack while Lewis mentions it as the seat of Eyre W. Stack in 1837. Bary writes that it later came into the ownership of the Rice family, became semi-derelict but was then rescued and used a Youth Centre. She notes that it was also known as Ballyloughrane House.
Q901372 Discovery map #63. OS Sheet #10.
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