Richard Power, of Clashmore House, was MP for Waterford in the early nineteenth century. His heiress and only daughter, Elizabeth Anne, married Fancis, 12th Earl of Huntingdon, in 1838. Referring to the eighteenth century, Sadleir notes "Richard Power of Clashmore", who was married to a daughter of Shapland Carew of Castleboro and who served as High Sheriff of Waterford in 1764.
- Pedigree of the family of Power, or le Poer, mainly in England but also in Ireland from the 12th to the 16th century, [Compiled c. 1900?] Ms. 19,926 ; National Library of Ireland
Contemporary printed sources
- WILSON, William. ''The Post-Chaise Companion or Travellers Directory Through Ireland''. The author: Dublin, 1786 : 247 (Clashmore)
Modern printed sources
- ''Jnl. of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society''.: POWER, Rev P.(ed.) A document from the Penal Era. XLVII, 2nd Series (1942), 24-29
- ''Jnl. of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society''.: Notes and Queries. Butler, Matthew. The Powers of Clashmore. XLVII, 2nd Series (1942), 121-122
- SMITH, Charles. ''The ancient and present state of the county and city of Waterford''. Third edition edited by Donald Brady. Wateford : Waterford County Council, 2008. : 45 (Clashmore)
- ''Jnl of the Waterford and South-East of Ireland Archaeological Society'' : Sadlier, T.U. The county of Waterford, 1775. XVI (1913), pp.49-55.