Landed Estates
NUI Galway

Summerville/Corbally More

Estate(s)
Townland Summerville
Civil Parish Corbally
PLU Waterford
DED Rathmoylan 93
County Waterford
Barony Gaultiere
Description In 1848, Lord Fortescue was leasing this property to Thomas Dillon when it was valued at £38. In 1774, Smith refers to Somerville as the seat of Thomas Wyse. The National Inventory of Architectural Heritage indicates that the Scottish-Baronial style mansion now extant was built in the late 1870s. The property is labelled as Summerville on the 6-inch Ordnance Survey map but on the later 25-inch map the new house is labelled Corbally More. It was severely damaged by fire in the twentieth century but re-built and is still extant though now in poor repair. In 2015 it was offered for sale.
Corbally More or Summerville House

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