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In the mid 18th century Smith refers to the seat and improvements of Mr Cross at Coronody. At the time of Griffith's Valuation James Cross occupied a house valued at £10.10 shillings which he held from Viscount Midleton and John H. Colthurst. This would appear to be the house marked Crondybeg on the first Ordnance Survey map. Cronodymore was in ruins. Gillman writes that Cronodymore was inherited from Richard Hawes by the late 17th century marriage of Philip Cross to Mary Ellard, step daughter of Richard Hawes. A house and farm building are still extant at the site.
|Cronody||Aglish||Macroom||Aglish 209||East Muskerry||Cork||
W499 732 Discovery map #80. OS Sheet #72.
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