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An early 18th century house, the seat of a branch of the Pennefather family, with some early 20th century additions. Still extant, this house was the residence of Thomas Pennefather in 1814 and Edward Pennefather in the mid 19th century. He held the property in fee and the buildings were valued at £14. The Pennefathers were still resident at Marlow in the mid 20th century.
|Marlow||Clogher||Cashel||Clogher 49||Kilnamanagh Lower||Tipperary||
S019 525 Discovery map #66. OS Sheet #46.
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