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In 1786 Wilson mentions Inane as the seat of Rev. Curtis. Robert Curtis was the proprietor of Inane, Roscrea, in 1814 and P. Jackson was resident in 1837. By the time of Griffith's Valuation Frederick A. Jackson was the occupier, holding the property in fee. The buildings were valued at £50. There appear to be two houses at Inane, a nine bay house dating from the early 18th century and a 19th century house very closeby. The Jacksons were still resident in the 1870s and the representatives of Henry V. Jackson held the property in 1906. It is still extant.
S112 873 Discovery map #59. OS Sheet #17.
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