Landed Estates
NUI Galway

Cromie

At the time of Griffith's Valuation Reverend William Cromie, nephew of the 2nd Baron Kilmaine, occupied the Neale House and held part of the estate of his uncle in the parishes of Ballinchalla, Kilmolara and Moorgagagh, barony of Kilmaine, county Mayo, and also some lands in the parish of Kilmainebeg. In 1876 the Reverend Cromie of Doughlas, Isle of Man, owned 640 acres in county Mayo. His brother Charles Cromie lived in a number of houses in the locality and was agent to the Bowen Elwoods of Hollymount, the Blakes of Merlin Park, the Lindseys of Hollymount, the Kirwans of Dalgan and to his uncle Lord Kilmaine. The Ordnance Survey Field Name Books for county Galway show that Charles Cromie was also agent to James Clarke, Graig Abbey and Michael Browne of Moyne for lands held by them in the barony of Clare. Charles Cromie was married to Emily Fynn of Ballymacgibbon, parish of Cong.

Houses

Name Townland Civil Parish PLU DED Barony County Map Ref
Annefield Annefield Kilcommon Ballinrobe Kilcommon 38 Kilmaine Mayo OSI Ref: M295 640
OS Sheet: 119
Discovery map: 38
The Neale Nealepark Kilmolara Ballinrobe Neale 25 Kilmaine Mayo OSI Ref: M190 590
OS Sheet: 121
Discovery map: 38
Rathgranagher Rathgranagher Lindsey Kilmainemore Ballinrobe Kilcommon 38 Kilmaine Mayo OSI Ref: M292 613
OS Sheet: 119
Discovery map: 38