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A house built circa 1760, sometimes known as Lakeview. It was occupied in the late 1770s by a member of the Browne family and from the early 19th century by the Blakes. Thomas Walsh was the occupier at the time of Griffith's Valuation. He held the property from Colonel Charles Knox. Cloonee was the home of William Creagh Burke in the early 20th century. The "Connaught Telegraph" of 9 March 1935 reported the sudden death of William C. Burke of Lakeview in the Main Street of Ballinrobe when a fair was taking place. The property passed by marriage to the Ruttledge family of Bloomfield. see www.clooneehouse.com/
M181 691 Discovery map #38. OS Sheet #110.
This was a Walsh family home in the 19th century. At the time of Griffith's Valuation the house was leased by Thomas Walsh from Robert Rutledge when it was valued at £11. Garriestown is now a large farming enterprise and the house is still lived in.
M214 708 Discovery map #38. OS Sheet #110.
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