The estate at Cloonamahon passed into the hands of the Tweedy family thorough the marriage of Meredith to Henry Tweedy. In 1862, Mr. Tweedy is recorded as the purchaser, in the Landed Estates Court, of a plot of land owned by Loughlin Redican. In 1906 Dr. Henry Tweedy is recorded as the occupier of property at Cloonamahon including a mansion house. In 1911 an offer on over 400 acres of the estate was accepted from the Congested Districts Board.
- GO MSS 111: Copy of grant of arms to Henry C. Tweedy of Cloonamahon, county Sligo & Dublin with details of descents from Merediths, Cloonamahon, 1899. ; National Library of Ireland
- Cloonamahon photographs, 030/058.; Irish Architectural Archive
Contemporary printed sources
- PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS. ''Return of Untenanted Lands in Rural Districts, Distinguishing Demesnes on Which There is a Mansion...'', HC 1906, c, 177: 395.
- PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS. ''24th Annual Report of the Congested Districts' Board for Ireland'', [Cd 8356], HC 1916, vi, 564-586. Appendix VIII: 60.
Modern printed sources
- CROWE, T. ''Gathering moss: a memoir of Owen Tweedy.'' London: [s.i.], 1967. : --
- ''Irish Times'': 20 June 1862, p.4