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In 1786 Wilson refers to Larkfield as the seat of Mr. Donnell. Larkfield is described as a very plain house but nevertheless its construction is alleged to have caused financial embarrassment for the O'Donnell estate. It was valued at £15 at the time of Griffith's Valuation when it was occupied by John O'Donnell. After the purchase of the estate by the Land Commission in the 1930s the house was demolished and another house has been constructed on the site.
G883352 Discovery map #26. OS Sheet #11.
At the time of Griffith's Valuation, Greyfield, barony of Boyle, was leased by Robert O'Donnell from the O'Reilly estate. It was valued at £10. Lewis also records Greyfield as the seat of the O'Donnell family in 1837. The original house is no longer extant.
G927 111 Discovery map #26. OS Sheet #4.
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