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Occupied by A. Nolan in 1814. Lewis records Prospect as the seat of Nolan in 1837. By the time of Griffith's Valuation it appears to have been part of the estate of the representatives of Vicesimus Knox and leased to William Mulville. The house is still extant and occupied.
R453996 Discovery map #52. OS Sheet #129.
The Ordnance Survey Name books state that the townland was the property of John Nolan of Prospect, Gort in the 1830s. The house appears to have been built after that time. At the time of Griffith's Valuation, this property was leased by John Nolan to Andrew Nolan. In 1906 it was still the property of Andrew Nolan and was valued at £17. It is no longer extant.
M515095 Discovery map #52. OS Sheet #114.
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