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Johnston states that Lakeview House was built sometime in the 1780s. It is recorded as a seat of the Weir family throughout the nineteenth century. At the time of Griffith's Valuation it was held by the representatives of William Weir and was valued at £10. Johnston asserts that the house was sold in 1863 and was occupied in the 1870s by Bernard Cogan. It is no longer extant.
G769162 Discovery map #25. OS Sheet #34.
Jemmet Duke held 220 acres at Kilmorgan, barony of Corran as well as a property valued at £5 at the time of Griffith's Valuation. Lewis had recorded Kilmorgan as the seat of Robert Weir. McTernan notes that Kilmorgan had belonged to the Trumble family but was sold by them in 1855. The site is now occupied by farm buildings.
G716172 Discovery map #25. OS Sheet #34.
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