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A large three storey residence, Nutfield belonged to the Crowe family at the end of the 18th century and up to at least 1814 when it was the residence of Robert Crowe. Wilson refers to it and another house, which he calls Dromquin, as residences of the Crow family. He may be referring to Dromore House. By the mid 19th century Nutfield was the home of Sir Colman O'Loghlen who held it in fee. The buildings were valued at £40. The house is no longer extant. This house was also known as Drumconora. On the Taylor and Skinner map of 1778 it is named Nutgrove.
|Nutfield||Templemaley||Ennis||Ruan 20||Bunratty Upper||Clare||
R348 834 Discovery map #58. OS Sheet #25.
This house, close to the town of Ennis, was the residence of Francis Swyny in 1814. Rosslevan was occupied by Michael Kerin at the time of Griffith's Valuation. He held the property from the Reverend James Rynd. Rosslevan would appear to have been the home of the Davis family for some time in the 19th century. Members of the Davis family emigrated to Australia and called their new home Rosslevan. The sale rental of January 1875 records that the house had been "improved lately" and had eight bedrooms and three sitting rooms. Weir writes that Edward O'Brien, third son of the 14th Baron Inchiquin lived in the house before it was burnt in 1922. It is now a ruin.
|Rosslevan||Kilraghtis||Ennis||Ennis Rural 26||Bunratty Upper||Clare||
R356 792 Discovery map #58. OS Sheet #34.
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