In the mid 1850s Thomas Booth held the townland of Lissagallan, parish of Fuerty, barony of Athlone, county Roscommon, with the Reverend William Cleaver. Booth's estate was in the Court of Chancery at the time. 241 acres of Cloverhill were advertised for sale in June 1873 by members of the Slattery, Buckley and Limond families.
- Landed Estates’ Court Rentals (O’Brien), Slattery, Buckley & Limond, 13 June 1873, Vol 110, MRGS 39/051, (microfilm copy in NUIG); National Archives of Ireland
Contemporary printed sources
- ''GRIFFITH'S VALUATION OF IRELAND'[Primary Valuation of Tenements]', 1850-1858. : Roscommon Union, 28
- LEET, Ambrose. ''A directory to the market towns, villages, gentlemen's seats, and other noted places in Ireland''. Dublin: Printed by B. Smith, 1814 : 121
- LEWIS, Samuel. ''A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland''. London: S. Lewis & Co., 1837: I, 636
- TAYLOR, George & SKINNER, Andrew. ''Maps of the Roads of Ireland, surveyed in 1777 and corrected down to 1783''. Facsimile of 2nd edition. Shannon: Irish University Press, 1969: 238 (Latouche)