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In 1848, Baron Lefroy is recorded as the lessor of a property at Ballytruckle, barony of Gaultiere, county Waterford. This is possibly Thomas Langlois Lefroy, of Carrigglas, county Longford, Baron of the Exchequer. He had married Mary Paul, of Silver Spring, county Wexford. The house at Ballytruckle was leased to Mrs. Ellen Alcock and valued at £13. The site is now occupied by modern buildings.
|Ballytruckle||St. John's Without||Waterford||Waterford Rural 78||Gaultiere||Waterford||
S605110 Discovery map #76. OS Sheet #17.
In 1840 the Ordnance Survey Name Books mention Right Hon. Thomas Lefroy as the proprietor of this house, "a neat cottage, the residence of William Kingsley". He was still the occupier at the time of Griffith's Valuation, when the house was valued at £5. Family history sources suggest that the Kingsley family continued to reside at Knigh Cottage into the early twentieth century when it was acquired by the Harty family. It is still extant.
|Knigh||Knigh||Nenagh||Knigh 86||Lower Ormond||Tipperary||
R852845 Discovery map #59. OS Sheet #14.
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