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The Poe residence at this location in the 18th century was known as Rosenaharly as mentioned by Wilson in 1786. The seat of the Poe family, occupied by James Poe in 1814 and by J.P. Poe in 1837. James Purefoy Poe was still resident in the mid 19th century, holding the property in fee. The buildings were valued at £41.10 shillings. The Poes were still resident in the early 20th century and this house is still a residence.
S363 459 Discovery map #67. OS Sheet #56.
A house occupied by Purefoy Poe in 1814 and by the Reverend Daniel Corcoran in the early 1850s, when it was held from the representatives of R. Constable junior and valued at £15.10 shillings. The Ordnance Survey Name Books mention that there was a garden, fir plantation and planted ornamental ground attached to Oakfield House. Renovated in the 1930s it is still extant and inhabited.
S333 399 Discovery map #67. OS Sheet #63.
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