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At the time of Griffith's Valuation, it was the property of Henry Blake and valued at £10. Described in 1863, when sold by the Blakes to the Tighes, as a substantial dwelling house with two reception rooms and six bedrooms, all in good repair. It is now a ruin.
M344 671 Discovery map #39. OS Sheet #111.
On the first edition Ordnance Survey map this house is labelled Lisduff House but on the 25-inch edition of the 1890s it has become known as Danesfort. In the mid 19th century it belonged to a branch of the Dolphin family of Turoe. By the early 20th century Danesfort was inherited through marriage by the Tighes of The Heath, near Ballinrobe, county Mayo and in 1906 was the property of Robert Dolphin Tighe when it was valued at almost £16. It is no longer extant.
M646194 Discovery map #52. OS Sheet #97.
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