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The seat of the Baker family in the 18th and 19th centuries, Lismacue was referred to by Wilson as the seat of Mr. Baker in 1786. It was occupied by William Baker in 1814 and by his nephew, Hugh Baker in 1837 when Lewis describes the house as a "handsome castellated mansion". The Ordnance Survey Name Books describe it as "lately erected...the property of John Charters" in 1840. The house was valued at £55 at the time of Griffith's Valuation. This property is still in the possession of a family member and may be rented for country vacations. http://www.lismacue.com/index.htm
R966 328 Discovery map #66. OS Sheet #67.
The Ordnance Survey Name Books indicate that Liscahill House was the residence of P. Ryan in 1840 though it also refers to Liscahill Lodge, the residence of Mr. Baker. A vacant house valued at £12+ was located in this townland held by William Baker senior in the mid 19th century. Buildings are still located at this site.
|Liscahill||Thurles||Thurles||Thurles Rural 143||Eliogarty||Tipperary||
S104 602 Discovery map #59. OS Sheet #41.
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