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|House Name / Description||Townland||Civil Parish||PLU||DED||Barony||County||Map Ref|
Henry Minhear was residing in this townland at the time of Griffith's Valuation. His house was valued at £21.10 shillings and was held from Thomas Williams. This may be the house 'Yew Hill' recorded by Lewis in 1837 the residence of J. Williams. A house is still extant at this site.
|Carrigaphooca||Clondrohid||Macroom||Kilnamartery 223||West Muskerry||Cork||
W288 738 Discovery map #79. OS Sheet #70.
In 1837 Raleagh was the residence of W. Minhear. James Minhear was occupying this house in the mid 19th century. He held it from the representatives of - Carleton and it was valued at £20.10 shillings. The National Inventory of Architectural Heritage notes that Raleigh House, in the mid eighteenth century, was the home of Art O'Leary, about whom the famous poem in the Irish language, ''Caoineadh Áirt Uí Laoghaire'' was composed. Raleigh House is still extant.
|Raleigh North||Kilnamartery||Macroom||Kilnamartery 223||West Muskerry||Cork||
W308 723 Discovery map #79. OS Sheet #70.
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