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ANTRIM ANTRIM ant Shane's Castle O'Neill 1660+ Enlarged 18 cent.; and again by Nash in 1815+. Owned by John O'Neill - Thomas Milton, A Collection of ... Views ... Seats ... Ireland. [1790?]. Burned 1816. New castle built ca. 1860. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. ANTRIM ant Antrim Castle Clotworthy - Skeffington 1620+ Built by Sir Hugh Clotworthy; enlarged 1662. Rebuilt 1813. Owned by Thomas Henry Skeffington, Viscount Ferrard - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. Burned 1922. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 70. BALLYCARRY ant Red Hall Edmonstone - Ker 1640+ Remodelled 1790. Sold ca. 1790 to Richard G. Ker. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLYMENA ant Mount Colville Colville - Moore 1645+ Built by Rev Dr Alexander Colville. Passed to the Earls Mount Cashell; altered by 3rd Earl ca, 1830. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLYMONEY ant Leslie Hill Leslie 1755+ Built by James Leslie. Partially demolished in 1955. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLYMONEY ant Moore Lodge Moore 1759 Built by Samson Moore. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BELFAST ant Belfast Castle Chichester 1620+ Built by Sir Arthur Chichester. Fire in 1708. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BELFAST ant Brooklands Owden 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BUSHMILLS ant Ballylough House Stewart - Traill 1740+ Owned by Archibald Stewart; bought by Traill family 1789. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CARRICKFERGUS ant Castle Dobbs Dobbs 1730 Built by Arthur Dobbs, Surveyor General of Ireland. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CLOYFIN ant Beardiville Macnaghten - Lecky 1750+ Passed to Leckys 19 cent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CRUMLIN ant Langford Lodge Langford - Pakenham 1750+ Passed to the Pakenhams by marriage. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CUSHENDALL ant Glenville Macaulay 1800+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988.

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DERVOCK ant Benvarden Macnaghten - Montgomery 1720+ John Macnaghten was hanged for shooting Mary Anne Knox of Prehen in 1760. Sold 1798 to Hugh Montgomery. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DERVOCK ant Gracehill House Stewart 1810+ In 1814 owned by James Stewart. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DUNLUCE ant Dunluce Castle McDonnell med Ancestral home of the McDonnells. Many times rebuilt or remodelled. Now ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GARRONPOINT ant Drumnasole Turnly 1820+ Built by Francis Turnly of the East India Company. Spent a long time in China. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILLAGAN ant Lissanoure Castle Macartney 1770+ Built by George Macartney, 1st Earl Macartney. Passed to George Hume on Macartney's death - he changed his name to Macartney, and began rebuilding ca. 1829. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LARNE ant Glenarm Castle McDonnell 1603+ Built by Sir Randal McDonnell, 1st Earl of Antrim. Rebuilt ca. 1750. Owned by Edmund McDonnell and Anne Catharine, Countess of Antrim - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. T. Milton, Seats of Itreland, 1783-94. LARNE ant Ballygally Castle Shaw - Alexander 1625 Built by James Shaw. In 1814 owned by Rev Thomas Alexander. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LARNE ant Kilwaughter Castle Agnew 1807+ Built by E.J. Agnew; designed by John Nash. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. PORTGLENONE ant Portglenone House Alexander 1823 Built by Nathaniel Alexander, Bishop of Meath. In the family till 1948. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. RATHLIN ISLAND ant Manor House Gage 1760+ Built by Robert Gage. Additions in 1816 and 1831. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TEMPLEPATRICK ant Castle Upton Norton - Upton 1600+ Built by Sir Robert & Sir Humphrey Norton who called it Castle Norton. Sold 1625 to Capt Henry Upton. Modernised 1785+. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. T.U. Sadleir, Georgian Mansions in Ireland, 1915, 92. ARMAGH ANNAGHMORE arm Crowhill Hope - Atkinson 1760+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ARMAGH arm Castle Dillon Molyneux 1845 Built by Sir George Molyneux, replacing earlier house. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. Contents sold Oct 2-5, 1923. ARMAGH arm Dean's Hill Hamilton 1772+ Built by Hugh Hamilton, Dean of Armagh. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ARMAGH arm Hockley Lodge Caulfield 1820+ Built by Henry Caulfield M.P. Library. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BESSBROOK arm Derrymore House Corry 1780+

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Built by Isaac Corry M.P. for Newry. National Trust. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. [Anon] Derrymore House. [London, 1955?] CHARLEMONT arm Ardress House Ensor 1664+ Remodelled 1770 by George Ensor, a Dublin architect. National Trust. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. [Anon] Ardress. Belfast, 1962. DRUMSHILL arm Drumshill MacGeough 1788 Seat of the McGeoughs since 17 cent. Destroyed. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILLYLEA arm Elm Park Maxwell - Close 1700+ Inherited 1758 by maxwell Close. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LURGAN arm Brownlow House Brownlow 1836+ Built by Charles Brownlow, 1st Lord Lurgan. Sold 1903 to the Orange Order. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MARKETHILL arm Gosford Castle Acheson 1819+ Built by Archibald Acheson, 2nd Earl of Gosford. the first Norman revival castle in the British Isles (cp. Penrhyn in Wales). Paid for by his wife (Sparrow family of Suffolk) friend of Lady Byron. Acheson was Governor of Canada. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. Library sold Apr 21+, 1884. MOY arm The Argory MacGeough - Bond 1820 Built by Walter MacGeough, who subsequently took the name Bond. Library. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. POYNTZPASS arm Drumbanagher Moore - Close 1837+ Built by Maxwell Close, owner in 1854. Old house burned 1830. Moore family to ca. 1820. Designed by William Playfair. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 193. RICH HILL arm Rich Hill House Richardson 1664+ Built by Maj Edward Richardson. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. RICHHILL arm Kilmore House Johnston 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TANDERAGEE arm Tanderagee Castle Montagu 1837 Built by the 6th Duke of Manchester on the site of an old O'Hanlon castle. Now a factory. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TYNAN arm Tynan Abbey Stronge 1750 Built by Rev James Stronge. Remodelled ca. 1820 by Sir James Stronge. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 19. CARLOW BAGENALSTOWN cal Corries Rudkin - Wynne 1700+ Built by Henry Rudkin. Sold ca. 1830 to the Wynne family. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BAGENALSTOWN cal Malcolmville Mulhallen - Vigors 1750+ Built for a Mr Mulhallen. Then the seat of the Vigors family. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BORRIS cal Borris House Kavanagh 1780? Damaged in 1798. Owned by Arthur M. Kavanagh born without legs or arms. Restored 1820. Owned by Thomas Kavanagh - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. VI, 1823. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. CARLOW cal Benekerry Newton - Bagenal 1700+ Remodelled ca. 1780+. Philip Newton took the name Bagenal 1832. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CARLOW cal Braganza

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Hill 1818+ Built by D.S. Hill. Subsequently the house of the Bishops of Kildare. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CARLOW cal Browne's Hill Browne 1763 Built by Robert Browne. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 202. CARLOW cal Burton Hall Mainwaring - Burton 1712+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CARLOW cal Clogrenane Rochfort 1810+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CARLOW cal Duckett's Grove Duckett 1830+ Burned 1933. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CARLOW cal Pollacton Burton 1803+ Built by Sir Charles Burton. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CARLOW cal Russellstown Park Duckett 1824 M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CLONEGAL cal Huntington Castle Esmonde 1625 Built by Laurence 1st Lord Esmonde. Unchanged from 1678-1849. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. TULLOW cal Ballykealey Lecky 1830+ Built by John J. Lecky. Now a monastery. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CAVAN ? cav Hollywell Lodge Preston 1810+ Place as yet unidentified. Owned by John Preston, Lord Tara - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. VI, 1823. BALLYCONNELL cav Ballyconnell House Montgomery 1764 Built by G. Montgomery. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLYHAISE cav Ballyhaise House Newburgh - Humphrys 1733+ Built by Brockhill Newburgh. Sold ca. 1800 to William Humphrys. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BELTURBET cav Castle Saunderson Saunderson 1840 Derelict. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BELTURBET cav Cloverhill Sanderson 1804 Built james Sanderson. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CAVAN cav Farnham House Maxwell - Waldron 1700+ Built by John Maxwell. Improved ca. 1780 by Barry Maxwell, 3rd Lord Farnham. Enlarged in 1803 and 1839. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. I, 1866. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1788. COOTEHILL cav Annaghlee Murphy 1750+ In 1814 owned by Michael Murphy. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. COOTEHILL cav Bellamont Forest Coote 1730+ Perfect Palladian villa. Built by Thomas Coote, Lord Justice. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 39. Country Life, 135, 1964, 1258, 1330. COOTEHILL cav Rathkenny Lucas-Clements 1820+ Built by Theophilus Lucas-Clements. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CROSSDONEY cav Lismore

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Nesbitt - Burrowes 1730+ Passed to the Burrowes ca. 1854. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KINGSCOURT cav Cabra Castle Pratt 1720+ After 1830 known as Old Cabra, when Col Joseph Pratt built a new house on the site of Cormey Castle - finished 1837. Old Cabra was burned in the 1950s. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LISAGOAN cav Lisagoan House Humphrys 1820+ Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LOCKINGTON? cav Lockington Lodge Story - Jones 1780? House built by a tenant on the Story estate. Passed to Jones family; reverted to Story in 1849. Several lettings. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 117. SHERCOCK cav Northlands Adams 1800+ Built by Rev Samuel Adams, Dean of Cashel. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 93. CLARE ARDNACRUSHA cla Quinsborough Quin 1750+ Seat of George Quin. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BIRCHFIELD cla Birchfield O'Brien 1810+ Built by Cornelius O'Brien, M.P. Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BUNRATTY cla Bunratty House [Castle] O'Brien - Studdert 1425+ In disrepair ca. 1720. Thomas Studdert built a new house ca. 1750+. Ruined by 19 cent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 49. [Anon] A Guide to Bunratty Castle. Shannon, [1982?] CLONLARA cla Doonass House Massy 1780+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 152. Enlarged 1811. Built by Sir Hugh D. Massy. Owned 1854 by Sir Hugh D. Massy. CLOONEY cla Clooney House Bindon 1670+ Seat of the Bindons - Francis Bindon architect/painter. Burned 19 cent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ENNIS cla Carnelly Stamer 1750+ Built by George Stamer. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ENNIS cla New Hall MacDonnell 1764+ Built by Charles MacDonnell M.P., designed by Francis Bindon. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILFENORA cla Lemaneagh Castle O'Brien 1480+ House added in 1643 by Conor O'Brien. Abandoned by Sir Donough O'Brien in favour of Dromoland ca. 1690. Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILLADYSERT cla Cahircon Scott - Kelly 1810+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILLADYSERT cla Mountfergus Ross - Ross-Lewin - Stacpoole 1688+ Built by Capt George Ross 1688; passed to Ross-Lewins; passed to John Stacpoole 1800. Burned 1922. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILLALOE cla Clarisford Fowler 1778 Palace of the Bishops of Killaloe. Built by Bishop Robert Fowler. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NEWMARKET cla Dromoland Castle O'Brien 1810?

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Built by Sir Edward O'Brien. Demolished 1826.; replaced by a castle built by the Pains. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. IV, 1866+. Now a hotel. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. QUIN cla Moyriesk FitzGerald 1760+ Owned ca. 1790 by James FitzGerald M.P. Mostly demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. SIXMILEBRIDGE cla Castle Crine Butler 1800+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. SIXMILEBRIDGE cla Mount Ievers Court Ievers 1737 Built by Col Henry Ievers. Still in family. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 55. Country Life, 132, 1962, 1152. CORK AGHADA cor Aghada House Roche 1791+ Built by John Roche. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLINEEN cor Fort Robert Conner 1788 Built by Robert L. Conner. Ruined by late 19 cent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 178. Abandoned by 1854. BALLINEEN cor Manch House Conner 1826 Built by Daniel Conner, designed by the Pains. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLINEEN cor Palace Anne Bernard - Beamish-Barnard 1714 Built by Arthur Bernard. Owned by Arthur Beamish-Bernard (d. 1855). Ruined by 1875. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 194. BALLINHASSIG cor Ballintober Meade 1670+ Built by Lt Col William Meade. 1776 Sir John Meade 4th Bart. became 1st Earl Clanwilliam. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLINSPITTLE cor Garrettstown Kearney 1740+ Built by the Kearneys. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLYCLOUGH cor Ballyclough House McAdam - Barry 1810? J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 207. Barry McAdam 1666. Old house burned. New house built by Maj Gen Henry G. Barry ca. 1810. Owned 1854 by James Barry. BANDON cor Castle Bernard Bernard 1500+ Orig. Castle Mahon of the O'Mahony family. The Bernards were Viscounts and Earls Bandon. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 209. BANDON cor Curravordy Baldwin 1740+ Seat of the Baldwins. Derelict. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. Later called Mount Pleasant. BANTRY cor Bantry House Hutchinson - White - Shelswell-White 1740+ Built by the Hutchinson family. Acquired by Richard White and added to ca. 1770. Enlarged 1845. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 61. BELGOOLY cor Pallastown Heard 1810+ Seat of the Heard family. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BLACKROCK cor Besborough Spence - Pike 1760+ Owned by J. Spence in 1814. Passed to the Pikes 19 cent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BLARNEY cor Blarney Castle McCarthy - Jefferye - Blayney 1446+ Forfeited by Donogh McCarthy 17 cent. and acquired by St John Jefferye. The 18 cent. house burned ca. 1810. Rebuilt. M.

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Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CARRIGALINE cor Coolmore Newenham 1680+ Newenham family since 1680. Rebuilt ca. 1790 by W.W. Newenham. Owned by William Henry Worth Newenham - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. CARRIGALINE cor Ballea Castle Hodder 1680+ Remodelled ca. 1750. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CARRIGALINE cor Mount Rivers Roberts 1740+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CARRIGMORE cor Carrigmore House O'Connor - Conner - Lysaght 1842 Built 1727 by William Conner [O'Connor]. Rebuilt by James Lysaght. When owned by the O'Connors called Connorville. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 184. Owned by Arthur O'Connor, Irish patriot (d. 1852). CARRIGROHANE cor Ardnalee Morgan 1832 M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CARRIGTWOHILL cor Anngrove Cotter - Barry - Wise 1680+ Built by Sir James Cotter, a staunch Royalist. Lease reverted to the Barrys, Earls of Barrymore ca. 1720. Inherited by the Wise family ca. 1800. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CARRIGTWOHILL cor Barry's Court Barry 1585+ Seat of the Earls of Barrymore. Same Barrys as Fota Island. Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CARRIGTWOHILL cor Fota Island Smith-Barry 1720+ Built by John Smith-Barry, younger son of the 4th Earl of Barrymore. Enlarged 1820+. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 71. J.P. Neale, Views, 2nd Series, IV, 1828. CARRIGTWOHILL cor Leamlara Barry 1750+ Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CASTLEMARTYR cor Castle Martyr FitzGerald - Boyle 1620+ Acquired by the Earl of Cork; damaged in the 1640s; restored. Enlarged 1764-71 by the 2nd Earl. Now a Carmeloite College. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CASTLETOWNROCHE cor Annes Grove Grove - Annesley 1810+ Built by Lt-Gen Arthur Grove Annesley. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CASTLETOWNROCHE cor Castle Widenham Roche - Widenham - Smyth 1600+ Confiscated after the Civil War and given to the Widenham family. Inherited by Henry M. Smyth ca. 1820. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 197. CASTLETOWNSHEND cor Castle Townshend Townshend 1800? M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CASTLETOWNSHEND cor Drishane Somerville 1790+ Built by Thomas Somerville. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CASTLETOWNSHEND cor Seafield Townshend 1760+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CECILSTOWN cor Lohort Castle MacCarthy - Perceval 1750? MacCarthy castle, damaged by Cromwell. Restored ca. 1750 by 2nd Earl of Egmont. MS cat. by William Cooley, 1741-53. BL Add. 47004A. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. CHARLEVILLE cor Castle Harrison Harrison 1720+ Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CHARLEVILLE cor Charleville

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Boyle 1661 Built by 1st Earl of Orrery. Burned 1690. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 309. Contents sold Jan 23-24, 1978. CHARLEVILLE cor Charleville Park Sanders 1780+ Built by Christopher Sanders. Now flats. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CHARLEVILLE cor Kilbolane Castle Bowen - Bruce 1695+ Sold to the Bruce family of Miltown House, Cork. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CHURCHTOWN cor Burton Park Perceval - Purcell 1680+ Built by Sir John Perceval 1st Bart. Earls of Egmont. Acquired by the Purcells 19 cent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CLONAKILTY cor Inchydoney House Hungerford 1810? Owned by Col Richard Hungerford, 1690. Owned 1855 by Thomas Hungerford. Rebuilt ca. 1810. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 43. CLONDALKIN cor Bishop's Palace Mann 1772+ Built by Bishop Mann replacing an earlier palace. Palace of the Bishops of Cork. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CLOYNE cor Ballymaloe Fitzgerald - Penn - Boyle - Lumley - Abbot 1590+ Built by the Fitzgeralds of Imokilly. Confiscated by Cromwell; owned by William Penn (Pennsylvania); 1st Earl of Orrery; then Lt Col Edward Corker; sold to Hugh Lumley; ca. 1800 occupied by the Penn Gaskell family; 1814 William Abbot. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CLOYNE cor Barnabrow Lane - Wilkinson 1780+ Owned by Timothy Lane 1814; J.R. Wilkinson 1837. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. COBH cor Ashgrove Franklin 1810+ Built for Councillor Franklin. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. COBH cor Belgrove Harper - Gumbleton 1740+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. COBH cor Cuskinny French 1820+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CONNA cor Glynnatore Gumbleton 1791 Built by R.W. Gumbleton. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CORK cor Tivoli Morrison - Morgan 1770+ Built by James Morrison, a wealthy Cork merchant. Acquired by James Morgan ca. 1800. Burned ca. 1820 accidentally. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CRAUGHWELL cor Isserclan Burke 1784 Built by the Burkes; J.H. Burke added to it in 1811. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CROSSHAVEN cor Crosshaven House Hayes 1769 Built by William Hayes. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CROSSHAVEN cor Fountainstown House Hodder 1720+ Built by Samuel Hodder. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CROSSHAVEN cor Hoddersfield Moore-Hodder 1795+ Built by W.H. Moore-Hodder. Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CURRAGLASS cor Curraglass Wallis - Gumbleton 1750+ Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 126. Owned by Capt Henry C. Gumbleton, 1792. The main Gumbleton mansions was Glynnatore or Castleview. Gumbleton

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family from 1704. CURRAGLASS cor Lisnabrin Copinger - Croker 1750+ Passed to Col Croker (Cromwellian Colonel) by marriage. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DONERAILE cor Byblox Crone 1793+ Built by Robert F. Crone. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DONERAILE cor Creagh Castle Brasier-Creagh 1816 Built by Capt W.B. Brasier-Creagh on site of earlier house. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DONERAILE cor Doneraile Court St Leger - Doneraile 1600+ Bought by Sir William St Leger from the son of Edmund Spenser. Burned 1645. Revuilt ca. 1660. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 194. DONERAILE cor Kilbrack Stawell 1800+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DOUGLAS cor Maryborough Newenham 1750+ Library. Enlarged ca. 1800. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DOUGLAS cor Ronayne's Court Ronayne - Evanson 1624 Built by John Ronayne; altered 18 cent. Early 19 cent. owned by Charles Evanson. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DOUGLAS cor Vernon Mount Hayes 1784+ Built by Henry Hayes - deported to Botany Bay in 1801; returned 1812. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DOUGLAS cor Windsor Bernard 1780+ Seat of the Bernards, Earls of Bandon. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. FERMOY cor Careysville Carey - Montgomery - Cavendish 1750+ Seat of the Careys; then passed to the Montgomerys; bought by the Duke of Devonshire - the house being close to Lismore Castle. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. FERMOY cor Castle Hyde Hyde 1801+ Built by John Hyde. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. FERMOY cor Castle Lyons Barrymore 1680+ Burned 1771. Never rebuilt. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. FERMOY cor Coole Abbey Peard 1765+ Built by Henry Peard. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. FERMOY cor Cregg Castle Hyde 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. FERMOY cor Fermoy House Anderson - Cooke-Ellis 1790+ Built by John Anderson. Demolished. Anderson laid out Fermoy. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. FOATY ISLAND cor Foaty Island Smith-Barry 1750+ The family seat was Marbury Hall in Cheshire. Owned by John Smith-Barry - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. IV, 1828. GLANMIRE cor Dunkathel Trant - Morris 1785+ Built by Abraham Morris M.P., a Cork merchant. The previous house was built by Dominick Trant. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GLANMIRE cor Glanmire House

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Morrogh Bernard 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GLANMIRE cor Glenburn Gallwey 1810+ Owned by T.H. Gallwey. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GLANMIRE cor Glyntown M'Call 17800+ CHBuilt by Samuel M'Call. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GLANMIRE cor Lota Park Rogers 1765 Built by Robert Rogers. Now owned by the Brothers of Charity. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 4. GLANMIRE cor Lota Beg Kellett - Callaghan 1800+ Built by Sir Richard Kellett. Owned by D. Callaghan 1837. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GLANMIRE cor Lota Park Rogers - Power - Roche - Molony - Ware - Murphy - Beamish 1801 Built by John Power; then owned by John Roche; John Molony; William Ware. Bought ca. 1837 by J.J. Murphy. Library added by John Roche. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. Numerous lettings. Rogers family ca. 1694. Owned 1855 by Lieut Col North L. Beamish, FRS. GLANMIRE cor Marysborough Wallis - Mannix 1740+ Sold 1843 by James Wallis to Henry Mannix. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GLANMIRE cor Northesk Carnegie 1810+ Owned in 1837 by J. Carnegie. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GLANMIRE cor Woodville Mannix - Cummins 1740+ Leased from 1803 by the Cummins family, related by marriage to the Mannixes. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GLENVILLE cor Bridestown Morgan 1810+ Built by Jonathan Morgan, a Cork wine merchant. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GLENVILLE cor Glenville Park O'Keefe - Copinger - Hudson 1750+ Also known as The Manor and Mount Pleasant. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GLOUNTHAUNE cor Rockgrove Dring 1770+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GLOUTHAUNE cor Annemount Falkiner 1780+ Built by Sir Riggs Falkiner. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GOWRAN cor Blanchville Kearney 1830 Built by Lt Gen Sir James Kearney. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. INNISCARRA cor Ardrum Colthurst 1760+ The Colthursts gave up Ardrum for Blarney ca. 1850. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KANTURK cor Castle Cor Freeman - Deane - Barry 1700? In Deane [Deene] & Freeman families since ca. 1600. Owned by Edward Deane Freeman - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. VI, 1823. Sold to Richard Barry 1841. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. KANTURK cor Assolas Gore - Wrixon 1680+ Acquired ca. 1714 by Rev Francis Gore; then the Wrixons. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILDORRERY cor Bowen's Court Nash - Bowen 1776 Built by Henry Bowen to replace a house of ca. 1680. Occupied by the Nash family to ca. 1770. Demolished. M. Bence-

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Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILLBRITTAIN cor Kilbrittain Castle MacCarthy - Stawell 1750+ 16 cent. tower house of the MacCarthys incorporated in an 18 cent. house built by James Stawell ca. 1750. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILWORTH cor Ballinacarrig Pyne 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 289. KILWORTH cor Castle Cooke Cooke 1700+ Acquired ca, 1670 by Thomas Cooke, a Quaker Cork merchant. Much added to. Burned 1921. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 199. KILWORTH cor Kilmurry Grant 1780+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILWORTH cor Maryville Corban 1830+ Built by Laurence Corban. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILWORTH cor Moore Park Moore 1740+ Seat of the Earls Mount Cashell. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KINURE cor Walton Court Roche - Walton - Roberts 1700? In the Walton family from 1643 to 1825, when Thomas Walton died. Passed to Roberts family via a daughter. Rebuilt ca. 1776. Acquired 1643 by Swithin Walton from James Roche. LEAP cor Brade House Jervois 1750+ Owned by Samuel Jervoid (d. 1794) - squandered by his illegitimate sons. Passed from the family ca. 1850. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LEAP cor Myross Wood Townshend 1740+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LISCARROLL cor Highfort Purcell 1780+ Owned by Sir John Purcell. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LITTLE ISLAND cor Carrigrenane Bury - Ashlin 1800+ Built by the Bury family. Owned by John M. Ashlin 19 cent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LITTLE ISLAND cor Little Island House Bury 1780+ Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MACROOM cor Macroom Castle MacCarthy - Penn - Hedges Eyre - White med MacCarthys lost it after the Civil War to the Penn family; then regained it after 1660, and restored it. Passed to the Hedges Eyre ca. 1689. Reconstructed ca. 1820 by Robert Hedges Eyre. Passed to William White, 3rd Earl of Bantry. Burned 1920. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MALLOW cor Bearforest Delacour 1808+ Built by Robert Delacour. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.P. Neale, Views, VI, 1823. MALLOW cor Castle Kevin Thornhill 1830+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MALLOW cor Longueville Longfield 1800+ Built by John Longfield M.P. Now a guest house. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MALLOW cor Mallow Castle Desmond - Norreys - Jephson 1580+ The old Desmond castle was rebuilt by Sir Thomas Norreys. By the Civil War owned through marriage by Maj Gen William Jephson. Burned 1689. Ruined. New house built 18 cent. Enlarged by Sir Denham Jephson 1837. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 37.

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MALLOW cor Waterloo Longfield 1780+ In the family till 1946. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MIDLETON cor Ballyedmond Smith-Barry 1810+ Same family as owned Fota Island. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MILLSTREET cor Coole O'Donnell 1760+ Owned in 1837 by H. O'Donnell. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MILLSTREET cor Drishane Castle Wallis 1750+ Added to ca. 1850. Now a school. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MILLSTREET cor Duarrigle Castle Justice 1820+ Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MINANE BRIDGE cor Brightfieldstown Roberts 1750+ Owned by the Roberts family till ca. 1850. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MINANE BRIDGE cor Gortigrenane Daunt - Stoughton 1780+ Passed by marriage to the stoughtons early 19 cent. Derelict. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MITCHELSTOWN cor Mitchelstown Castle Fitzgibbon - King 1800+ Passed to the King family by marriage. Fitzgibbons were White Knights. By 1750 4th Lord Kingston has a house there; rebuilt 1776 by 2nd Earl. Burned 1922. Owned by George King, Earl of Kingston - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. Country Life, 133, 1963, 840. MONKSTOWN cor Monkstown Castle Archdekin - Boyle - Shaw 1636+ Built by Anastasia Archdekin as a surprise for her husband who served with the Spanish army. Granted in 1685 to Michael Boyle, Archbishop of Armagh. Ca. 1795 acquired by Bernard Shaw and restored. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MONTENOTTE cor Clifton Murphy 1810+ Owned by Nicholas Murphy, and his son John Nicholas. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MONTENOTTE cor Vosterburg Vorster - Leycester - Reeves 1750+ Built by Daniel Vorster (Dutch), who taught in Cork. Acquired by the Leycester family ca. 1780; then owned by W.M. Reeves. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NEWMARKET cor Newmarket Court Aldworth 1710+ Built by Richard Aldworth M.P. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. RATHCORMAC cor Kilshannig Devonsher - Roche 1765+ Built by Abraham Devonsher M.P., a Cork banker. Inherited by John Newenham who adopted the family name. Sold to Edward Roche ca. 1835. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 77. RATHCORMACK cor Lisnegar Barry - Tonson 1720+ Enlarged ca. 1820 by William Tonson, Lord Riversdale. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 196. RATHCORMACK cor Ballinterry House Ross - Ryder 1720+ Built on the site of a castle owned 1699 by Andrew Murragh. Bought 1703 by the 4th Earl of Barrymore; passed to Ross family, then to Rydersby marriage. 1821-62 the home of Archdeacon Ryder. Recently restored. RIVERSTOWN cor Riverstown House Browne 1730+ Built by Dr Jemmett Browne, Dean of Ross, Bishop of Cork. Owned by the family to this century. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ROCKMILLS cor Ballyanahan Barry 1740+

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M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ROSSCARBERY cor Castle Freke Barrymore - Freke 1620? Orig. owned by Barrymore family; then Freke family since 1620. Nearly destroyed in 17 cent. Rebuilt ca. 1820. Owned by John Evans Freke, Lord Carbery - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. VI, 1823. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 239. ROSSCARBERY cor Coppinger's Court Coppinger 1640+ Built by Sir Walter Coppinger. Now a ruin. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ROSSCARBERY cor Derry Townshend 1780+ Owned by G.B. Shaw's wife who sold it. Burned 1922. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ROSTELLAN cor Rostellan Castle O'Brien 1740+ Orig. a castle belonging to the FitzGeralds. Captured in 1645 by Morrogh O'Brien, 1st earl of Inchiquin. Enlarged 1777 by the 5th Earl. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 29. SKIBBEREEN cor Creagh Becher 1820+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. SKIBBEREEN cor Hollybrook Becher - Morgan 1750+ Demolished 1903. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. SKIBBEREEN cor Liss Ard O'Donovan 1840+ Built by H.W. O'Donovan. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TIMOLEAGUE cor Timoleague House Travers 1830+ Built by Col Robert Travers. Burned 1920. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. WATERGRASSHILL cor Mitchellsfort Mitchell 1780+ Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. WHITEGATE cor Trabolgan Roche 1740+ Enlarged ca. 1820. The Roches were Kords Fermoy. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. WHITEGATE cor Whitegate House FitzGerald 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. YOUGHAL cor Myrtle Grove Boyle - Hayman - Faunt 1580+ Acquired 1602 from Sir Walter Raleigh's Irish estate by Richard Boyle, 1st Earl of Cork. Though remodelled twice still the best Tudor house in Ireland. Acquired by Hayman family in 18 cent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 66. DUBLIN BLACKROCK dbl Frascati Fitzgerald 1720+ Derelict. The 18 cent. seaside house of the Leinsters. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BLACKROCK dbl Newtown Park Ward - Crookshank - Armit - Close 1780+ Built by Ralph Ward (d. 1788); Alexander Crookshank, Judge, 1791; John Armit, banker; sold 1839 to H.S. Close. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BULBRIGGAN dbl Ardgillan Castle Taylour 1760+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CABINTEELY dbl Clare Hill Nugent - Byrne - Ormsby-Hamilton 1740+ Built by Robert, 1st Earl Nugent. Name changed later to Cabinteely House. Demolished ca. 1790. New house built = Marlfield. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CABINTEELY dbl Marlfield Byrne - Jessop - Bagwell 1780+

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New house built by Col John Bagwell when Clare Hill was demolished ca. 1790. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 115. Owned 1855 by John Bagwell. CLONDALKIN dbl Belgard Castle Talbot - Dillon - Cruise 1750+ Leased in 1788 to Francis Cruide to 1814. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. T.U. Sadleir, Georgian Mansions in Ireland, 1915, 89. CLONDALKIN dbl Corkagh House Finlay 1780+ Built by Col John Finlay. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CLONSILLA dbl Luttrellstown Castle Luttrell - White 1600+ A Pale castle. Sold to Luke White ca. 1800. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 139. CLONTARF dbl Donneycarney Caulfeild - Charlemont 1760+ Enlarged after being bought by 1st Earl Charlemont from the Caulfeilds. Now called Marino. Designed by Sir William Chambers. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DONABATE dbl Newbridge House Cobbe 1737 Built by Dr Charles Cobbe, Archbishop of Dublin (d. 1765). M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. Library. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 151. DONABATE dbl Seafield Arthur 1740+ Built by Benedict Arthur. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DONABATE dbl Turvey Barnewall 1690+ The Barnewalls were Viscounts Kingsland. Passed 1800 to 13th Lord Trimlestown. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. T.U. Sadleir, Georgian Mansions in Ireland, 1915, 86. DONNYBROOK dbl Donnybrook Castle Ussher - Twigg - Stoyte - Jocelyn 1660+ Owned by Sir William Ussher; Christopher Ussher; Thomas Twigg (d. 1702); Sir Francis Stoyte; Robert Jocelyn 1726. Demolished 1759. DRUMCONDRA dbl Drumcondra House Coghill 1727+ Built by Marmaduke Coghill, M.P. Now a college. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. T.U. sadleir, Georgian Mansions in Ireland, 1915, 65. DUBLIN dbl Leinster House Fitzgerald 1745 Owned by the Duke of Leinster. Built by James Fitzgerald, 1st Duke of Leinster [second creation]. Thomas Milton, A Collection of ... Views ... Seats ... Ireland. [1790?]. DUBLIN dbl Marino Caulfeild 1760? Designed by Sir William Chambers. Built by William Caulfeild, 3rd Viscount Charlemont - Thomas Milton, A Collection of ... Views ... Seats ... Ireland. [1790?]. Very small house with a small library. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. DUBLIN dbl Phoenix Lodge Clements 1751+ Built by Rt Hon Nathaniel Clements, M.P. Sold to the Govt. in 1782 as a Viceregal residence. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. T. Milton, Seats of Ireland, 1783-94. DUNDRUM dbl Roebuck Castle Barnewall - Crofton 1560+ Damaged in Civil War. Ruined most of 18 cent. Rebuilt by 13th Lord Trimlestown ca. 1790; sold to Crofton family. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DUNDRUM dbl Dundrum Castle Fitzwilliam - Dobson - Butler 1595 Rebuilt by Richard Fitzwilliam. Passed to Eliphal Dobson, Dublin publisher, in 1710 (d. 1720). Passed to John Butler MP (d. 1790). Ball, History. FINGLAS dbl Dunsghly Castle Plunkett - Dunne med Passed from the Plunketts to the Dunnes. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. HAZELHATCH dbl Athgoe Park Locke - Skerrett - O'Carroll 1750+

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Ancient seat of the Locke family. After death of Peter W. Locke in 1832 passed to his sisters, Mrs Skerrett & O'Carroll. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. HOWTH dbl Howth House [Castle] St Lawrence - Tristram med Home of the St Lawrence family since medieval times. Owned by the Earl of Howth - Thomas Milton, A Collection of ... Views ... Seats ... Ireland. [1790?]. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. F.E. Ball, Howth and its Owners. 1917. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 125. KILLESTER dbl Killester House Newcomen 1720+ Owned by Sir William Newcomen, ca. 1770. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILLINEY dbl Killiney Castle Warren 1720? Owned 1854 by Robert Warren. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 146. LOUGHLINSTOWN dbl Louhglinstown House Domvile - Savage 1660+ Owned by Sir William Domvile (d. 1689) who built new house on site of old castle. Sir William Domvile II (d. 1763); Sir Compton Domvile (d. 1768); Rev. Benjamin Barrington, Dean of Armagh, = Domvile. Passed to Francis Savage early 19 cent. Ball, History, 1902. LUCAN dbl Lucan House Sarsfield - Vesey 1720? Built by General Sarsfield, Lord Lucan. Rebuilt by Agmondisham Vesey; passed to Veseys by marriage. - Thomas Milton, A Collection of ... Views ... Seats ... Ireland. [1790?]. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 131. T. Milton, Seats of Ireland, 1783-94. LUCAN dbl Anna Liffey House Shackleton 1760+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LUCAN dbl St Edmundsbury Needham 1820+ Seat of Thomas needham. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MALAHIDE dbl Malahide Castle Talbot med Home of the Talbot family since medieval times. Rebuilt ca. 1770. Owned by Richard Talbot - Thomas Milton, A Collection of ... Views ... Seats ... Ireland. [1790?]. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 60. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 145. T. Milton, Seats of Ireland, 1783-94. Country Life, 101, 1947, 710, 760. MALAHIDE dbl Abbeville Beresford - Cooper 1790+ Built by Rt Hon John Beresford. Sold to Austin Cooper 1815. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MALAHIDE dbl Emsworth Woodmason 1790+ Designed by James Gandon for W. Woodmason, a Dublin stationer. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MERRION dbl Merrion Castle Fitzwilliam med Owned by Oliver Fitzwilliam, created Earl of Tyrconnel (d. 1667). Fell into dceay ca. 1720. The Fitzwilliams moved to Mount Merrion. MONKSTOWN dbl Monkstown House Jones 1760+ Built by Charles Jones, 5th Viscount Ranelagh (d. 1797) - library went to the Royal Irish Academy. Demolished 1843. F.E. Ball, A History of the County Dublin. Dublin, 1902-20. NEWCASTLE dbl Colganstown Yates 1760+ Built by Yates/Yeates family. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. RAHENY dbl Sybil Hill Barlow 1808 Built by James Barlow. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. RATHFARNHAM dbl Ashfield Cusack-Smith 1760+ Owned 1801-36 by Sir William Cusack-Smith, 2nd Bart. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. RATHFARNHAM dbl Delaford

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Bermingham - Ottley 1800+ Built by Aldserman Bermingham round an original inn. Owned by the Ottley family. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. RATHFARNHAM dbl Holly Park Foot 1780+ Built by Lundy Foot, a tobacco manufacturer. Now a school. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. RATHFARNHAM dbl The Grange Taylor - La Touche 1720+ Built by Thomas Taylor. Sold to David La Touche M.P. first Governor of the Bank of Ireland. He renamed it Marlay, having married a daughter of Rev George Marlay, Bishop of Dromore. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. RATHFARNHAM dbl Rathfarnham Castle Loftus - Blackburne 1580+ Remodelled 18 cent. for Henry Loftus, 1st Earl of Ely. Spared from demolition by the 2nd Marquess of Ely and acquired by Francis Blackburne, Lord Chancellor of Ireland. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. Country Life, 172, 1982, 734. ROCHESTOWN dbl Rochestown House Mapas 1660+ Owned by Patrick Mapas 1660+; Rose Mapas (d. 1745); Christopher Mapas (d. 1719). Rebuilt 1750 by John Mapas. Originally belonged to the Talbot family. RUSH dbl Kenure Park Palmer 1750+ Refaced 1842. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. Contents sold Sep 21-24, 1964. SANDYMOUNT dbl Roslyn Park Ashford - Dillon 1780+ Built by William Ashford, 1st President of the Royal Hibernian Academy. Designed by James Gandon. Later owned by Capt W. Dillon. Now a school. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. SANTRY dbl Santry Court Barry - Domville 1703+ Built by 3rd Lord Barry of Santry. Inherited by the Domvilles 1751. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. SANTRY dbl Clinshogh Jackson - Thomson 1735 Built by Rev John Jackson, Vicar of Santry. Owned in 1837 by Col A. Thomson. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. SHANKILL dbl Shanaganagh Castle Walshe - Cockburn Bought ca. 1800 by Sir george Cockburn, soldier. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. STILLORGAN dbl Stillorgan House Allen - Verschoyle 1695 Built by John Allen M.P., 1st Viscount Allen. Let from ca. 1770. Demolished 1860. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. Ball, History, 1902. Passed to John Verschoyle 1803. SWORDS dbl Mantua Daly 1750+ Owned in 1814 by Dr Daly; in 1837 Mrs Daly. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. SWORDS dbl Rathbeale Hall Plunkett - Gorges 1685+ Built by Sir Walter Plunkett. Bought in 1751 by Hamilton Gorges who remodelled. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 159. Country Life, 152, 1972, 450. TALLAGHT dbl Allenton Allen - Murphy - Cotton 1720+ Bought by Sir Timothy Allen. Owned 1814-37 by George F. Murphy; 1837+ by F.R. Cotton. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TALLAGHT dbl Newlands Wolfe - Crotty 1750+ Built by Arthur Wolfe M.P., 1st Viscount Kilwarden. In 1837 owned by J. Crotty. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TALLAGHT dbl Heathfield Lodge Grierson 1780+

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Built by George Grierson, King's printer. Burned early 19 cent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TANEY dbl Mount Merrion Fitz-William - Herbert 1720+ Built by 5th Viscount Fitzwilliam. The seat of the Viscounts Fitz-William. Passed to the Earls of Pembroke early 19 cent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. Ball, History, 1902. TERENURE dbl Bushy Park Wilkinson - Shaw 1750+ Owned by Abraham Wilkinson; later his son-in-law Sir Robert Shaw, M.P., Mayor of Dublin. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TERENURE dbl Fortfield Yelverton 1785 Built by Baron Yelverton, 1st Viscount Avonmore. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TERENURE dbl Terenure House Deane - Shaw 1750+ Leased ca. 1800 by Robert Shaw; bought by Sir Robert Shaw M.P. Now a college. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DONEGAL BALLINTRA don Brownhall Hamilton 1697 Built by John Hamilton m. Jane Crichton, daughter of Col. Abraham Crichton, ancestor of the arls of Erne. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLYSHANNON don Cavangarden Atkinson 1781 ilt by John Atkinson. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLYSHANNON don Cliff Conolly 1810+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BUNCRANA don Buncrana Castle Vaughan - Todd 1716 Built by George Vaughan. Owned 1840 by a Mrs Todd. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DONEGAL don Donegal Castle O'Donnell - Brooke 1505+ Added to by Sir Basil Brooke. Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. FANAD don Springfield Manor Patton - Dill 1695 Built by Henry Patton. Acquired ca. 1780 by John and Mark Dill. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GREENCASTLE don The Manor McClellan 1750+ Seat of the McClellans. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. INISHOWEN don Linsfort Castle Benson 1720 Built by Capt Arthur Benson. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILDERRY don Kilderry House Hart 1660? Hart family since 16 cent. Owned 1855 by George V. Hart. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 216. LIFFORD don Port Hall Vaughan 1746 Built by John Vaughan of Buncrana Castle. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MOUNT CHARLES don The Hall Conyngham 1730+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MOVILLE don Red Castle Doherty 1720+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NEWTOWNCUNNINGHAM don Bogay Pemberton 1730+ Owned in 1814 by Rev Thomas Pemberton. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NEWTOWNCUNNINGHAM don Castle Forward

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Forward 1760+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. RAMELTON don Fort Stewart Stewart 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. RAPHOE don Bishop's Palace Leslie 1661+ Built by Bishop Robert Leslie. Occupied by the Bishops until 1830s. Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. SHEEPHAVEN don Ards Wray - Stewart 1720+ Owned by the extravagant William Wray. Sold in 1781 to Alexander Stewart, brother of the 1st Marquess of Londondery. Revuilt ca. 1830. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DOWN ARDGLASS dow Ardglass Castle FitzGerald - Beauclerk 1790+ Built by Lord Charles FitzGerald. Now a golf club. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLYNAHINCH dow Montalto Rawdon - Ker 1750+ Sold 1802 to David Ker; enlarged by D.G. ker 1837. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLYNAHINCH dow Timpany Robb 1780 Built by Capt James Robb. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BANGOR dow Bangor Castle Ward 1847 Built by Robert Ward, descendant of 1st Viscount Bangor. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BANGOR dow Clandeboye Hamilton 1820+ Owned by the Lords Dufferin. Library. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. Country Life, 148, 1970, 816, 903. BRYANSFORD dow Tollymore Park Hamilton 1750+ Built by James Hamilton, Viscount Limerick, 1st earl Clanbrassil. Enlarged 1787. Passed to Jocelyn family ca. 1850. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CASTLEWELLAN dow Ballywillwill House Johnson 1815+ Built by Rev G.H.McD. Johnson. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CASTLEWELLAN dow Burrenwood Meade 1820+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CROSSGAR dow Rademon Johnson - Crawford 1730+ Built by the Johnson family; passed by marriage to James Crawford ca. 1780. Burned 1955. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DONAGHADEE dow Carrowdore Castle Cherois-Crommelin 1818+ Built by Nicholas de la Cherois-Crommelin. Owned by the author May de la Cherois-Crommelin. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DOWNPATRICK dow Finnebrogue Maxwell - Waring-Maxwell 1680+ Altered ca. 1790 by Dorothea Waring-Maxwell. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DROMORE dow Bishop's Palace Beresford 1781 Built by William Beresford for the Bishops of Dromore. After 1842 used as a school. Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DROMORE dow Gill Hall Magill - Hawkins-Magill 1670+ Built by John Magill; enlarged 1731 by Robert Hawkins-Magill. Burned. The most haunted house in Ireland. M. BenceJones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DUNDRUM dow Mount Panther

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Annesley 1770+ Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GLASNEVIN dow Delville Delany - Gordon 1710+ Built by Dr Patrick Delany, friend of Pope. Swift was a visitor. In 1837 owned by S. Gordon. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. HILLSBOROUGH dow Hillsborough Castle Hill 1797 Built by Wills Hill, 1st Marquess of Downshire. The official residence of the Governor of Northern Ireland 1925. M. BenceJones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILKEEL dow Mourne Park Needham 1808 Built by Robert Needham, 11th Viscount Kilmore. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILLYLEAGH dow Killyleagh Castle Hamilton 1610+ Built by James Hamilton. The Hamiltons were the Earls of Clanbrassil. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KIRCUBBIN dow Echlinville Echlin 1740+ Rebuilt ca. 1850, but earlier library survives. Later known as Rubane House. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NETOWNARDS dow Ballywalter Park Mulholland 1846 Built by Andrew Mulholland Mayor of Belfast. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. Country Life, 141, 1967, 456, 516. NEWCASTLE dow Donard Lodge Annesley 1830+ Built by 3rd Earl Annesley. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NEWTOWNARDS dow Rosemount Montgomery 11762 Built by William Montgomery. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NEWTOWNARDS dow Mount Stewart Stewart 1803+ Built by the 1st Marquess of Londonderry, Castlereagh's father. Enlarged ca. 1825. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. National Trust. E.Vane-Tempest-Stewart, Mount Stewart. Belfast, 1956. PORTAFERRY dow Portaferry House Nugent 1821 Built by the Nugents. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. PORTAFERRY dow Quintin Castle Ancketill 1820+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. RATHFRYLAND dow Tullymore Park Jocelyn 1750? Owned by the Earl of Clanbrassil - Thomas Milton, A Collection of ... Views ... Seats ... Ireland. [1790?]. ROSSTREVOR dow Rosstrevor House Ross 1820+ Owned by Maj Gen Robert Ross, who fought in the American War of 1812-14. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. SAINTFIELD dow Saintfield House Price 1750+ Built by Francis price. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. SCARVA dow Scarvagh House Reilly 1717 Built by Miles Reilly. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. Also called Scarva House. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 93. SEAFORDE dow Seaforde House Forde 1810+ Built by Col Mathew Forde. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. STRANGFORD dow Castleward Ward 1760? Built by Bernard Ward, 1st Viscount Bangor to replace an earlier house. Seat of the Ward family, Viscounts Bangor. Irish

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National Trust. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. National Trust. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 93. T.U. Sadleir, Georgian Mansions in Ireland, 1915, 43. STRANGFORD dow Strangford House Norris - Nugent 1789 Built by a Customs-collector called Norris. Later owned by the Nugent family. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. WARINGSTOWN dow Waringstown House Waring 1667 Built by William Waring. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. In the Waring family till 1968. WARRENPOINT dow Narrow Water Castle Duff 1836+ Built by Thomas Duff of Newry, incorporating an earlier house called Mount Hall. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. FERMANAGH BELLEEK fer Castle Caldwell Caldwell - Bloomfield 1760+ Passed to the Bloomfields by marriage 1817. Ruined by end of 19 cent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Cunningham, A History of Castle Caldwell. Enniskillen, 1980. BROOKEBOROUGH fer Colebrooke Brooke 1825 Built by Sir Henry Brooke. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CLONELLY fer Clonelly Barton 1805? Built by William Barton. Owned 1855 by Folliott W. Barton. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 169. ENNISKILLEN fer Castle Coole Lowry - Corry 1788 Designed by James Wyatt. Built by 1st Lord Belmore - Somerset Lowry Corry. Irish National Trust. Large library. BenceJones, Guide, 1988. National Trust. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 216. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 163. F.O. Morris, Views, IV, 1880, 45. J.P. Neale, Views, 2nd Series, V, 1829. ENNISKILLEN fer Florence Court Cole - Maguire 1718 Built by John Cole M.P., 1st Lord Mountflorence. Library. Owned by Viscount Enniskillin. Irish National Trust. BenceJones, Guide, 1988. J. Lees-Milne, Florence Court. London, 1954. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 169. T. Milton, Seats of Ireland, 1783-94. T.U. Sadleir, Georgian Mansions in Ireland, 1915, 70. ENNISKILLEN fer Crocknacrieve Johnston - Richardson - Archdale 1750+ Built by Capt John Johnston, whose widow married H.M. Richardson. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ENNISKILLEN fer Castle Hume Hume - Loftus 1729 Built by Sir Gustavus Hume M.P. Estate passed by marriage to Nicholas Loftus, 1st Earl of Ely - new house built ca. 1830 and renamed Ely Lodge. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ENNISKILLEN fer Enniskillen Castle Cole med Orig. belonged to the Maguire family; granted to Sir William Cole 1607. After 1739 became a barracks. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ENNISKILLEN fer Hall Craig Weir 1721 Built by Robert Weir near castle owned by family since 17 cent. Called Hall Craig after the ancestral home - Craigie Hall in Linlithgowshire. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ENNISKILLEN fer Tempo Manor Maguire - Tennent - Langham 1600+ Sold by the Maguires ca. 1820 to William Tennent, a Belfast banker. Passed by marriage to the Langhams. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. IRVINESTOWN fer Castle Archdale Archdale 1773 Built by Col Mervyn Archdale replacing a castle built by John Archdale in 1615. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. IRVINESTOWN fer Castle Irvine Irvine 1670+

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Modified 1831. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LISBELLAW fer Belle Isle Gore - Porter 1780+ Owned by Sir Ralph Gore 6th Bart. Bought ca. 1810 by Rev J.G. Porter. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NEWTOWN BUTLER fer Crom Castle Crichton 1829 M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 203. Old castle ruined by 1855. Seat of the Earls of Erne. Built by John Crichton, 3rd Earl of Erne. NEWTOWN BUTLER fer Knockballymore Crichton 1740+ The Crichtons were Earls of Erne. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ROSSLEA fer Rosslea Manor Madden 1740+ Enlarged ca. 1840. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. Partially demolished. GALWAY AHASCRAGH gal Castlegar Mahon 1813+ Rebuilt ca. 1813. Large library. Owned by Sir Ross Mahon - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. VI, 1823. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. AHASCRAGH gal Castle Ffrench Ffrench 1779 Built by Sir Charles Ffrench, Mayor of Galway. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. AHASCRAGH gal Clonbrock Dillon 1785+ Built by Robert Dillon, 1st Lord Clonbrock. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. Contents sold Nov 1-3, 1976. AHASCRAGH gal Daly's Grove Daly 1740+ Seat of the Dalys. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ATHENRY gal Dunsandle Daly 1750+ Built by Denis Daly M.P. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ATHENRY gal Monivea Castle O'Kelly - Ffrench - Barnewall 1600+ Acquired by the Ffrench family early 17 cent. Confiscated in 1658 and given to 8th Lord Trimlestown; regained by the Ffrenches, who added to the house ca. 1713. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ATHENRY gal Raford Daly 1758+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLINASLOE gal Garbally Court Le Poer Trench 1819 Built to replace an earlier house burned in 1798. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLYGAR gal Rookwood Thewles - Kelly 1750+ Seat of the Thewles family; acquired 19 cent. by Edmond Kelly. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLYMACWARD gal Mount Hazel Browne 1740+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BELCLARE gal Castle Hacket Kirwan 1720+ Burned 1923. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CLARINBRIDGE gal Kilcloghan Castle St George 1801 Built by Christopher St George - who also built Tyrone House. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 162. CLARINBRIDGE gal Kilcornan Burke - Redington 1837+ Built by Sir Thomas N. Edington. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 5. Old castle owned by Burke family. Last Burke was Christopher, grandfather of the owner in 1855.

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Passed to Redingtons ca. 1770. CLARINBRIDGE gal Tyrone House St George 1779 Built by Christopher St George. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CLIFDEN gal Clifden Castle D'Arcy 1815+ Built by John D'Arcy. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CONNEMARA gal Ballynahinch Castle Martin 1780+ Built by Richard Martin. Now a hotel. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CORRANDULLA gal Cregg Castle Kirwan - Blake - Hyde 1648+ Altered 18 cent. Acquired by James Blake ca. 1780. Home of Richard Kirwan, chemist. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. EYRECOURT gal Eyrecourt Castle Eyre 1660+ Survived more or less intact, like Beaulieu in Louth. Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GALWAY gal Merlin Park Blake 1808 Built by Charles Blake. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GALWAY gal Mervue Joyce 1777+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GORT gal Coole Park Gregory 1770+ Built by Robert Gregory, East India Nabob. Frequented by Yeats and other writers. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GORT gal Lough Cutra Castle Vereker 1811+ Built by Col Charles Vereker, designed by Nash. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 188-91. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 177. Turbulent history. Owned by Gustavus Hamilton, Viscount Boyne; Thomas Prendergast, ca. 1690. Also called Loughcooter. HEADFORD gal Lisdonagh Palmer 1790+ Seat of the Palmers. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KINVARA gal Dunguaire Castle Martyn 1720+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. Country Life, 133, 1963, 664. LETTERFRACK gal Renvyle Blake 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LOUGHREA gal St Clerons Burk 1750? Owned by James Hardeman Burk - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. VI, 1823. LOUGHREA gal Ballydonelan Castle Donelan - Mahon 1680+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LOUGHREA gal Castle Daly Daly 1750+ Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LOUGHREA gal Dalyston Daly - O'Farrell 1780+ Built by Denis Daly, M.P. Owned by the O'Farrells from ca. 1840. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LOUGHREA gal Marble Hill Burke 1775+ Built by John Burke; enlarged 1815 by Sir John Burke. Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LOUGHREA gal Pallas Nugent 1797+

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Built by Anthony Nugent, 4th Lord Riverston. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LOUGHREA gal Roxborough Persse 1750+ Girlhood home of Lady Gregory, nee Persse. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MENLOUGH gal Menlough Castle Blake 1670+ Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MOUNT BELLEW BRIDGE gal Mount Bellew Bellew 1780+ Large library. Remodelled by Christopher Dillon Bellew ca. 1820. - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. VI, 1823. Demolished. BenceJones, Guide, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 176. ORANMORE gal Ardfry Blake 1770 M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ORANMORE gal Oranmore Castle Blake med House built 1773+ by Xaverius and Isabella Blake. Demolished after the Blakes left. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ORANMORE gal Renville Hall Athy 1812 Built by P.E.L. Athy. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. PALLASKENRY gal Mellon Westropp 1780+ Built by John Westropp. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. PORTUMNA gal Portumna Castle Burke 1618 Built by Richard Burke, 4th Earl of Clanricarde. Fire in 1826. Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J. Summerson, The Country Seat, 1970, 36. TUAM gal Bermingham House Bermingham - Dennis 1740+ The Berminghams were Lords Athenry. The 22nd Lord Athenry was made Earl of Louth in 1759. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TUAM gal Tuam Palace Synge 1720+ Built by Archbishop Edward Synge. Home of the Archbishops/Bishops of Tuam. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TUAM gal Castlegrove Blake 1790+ Burned 1922. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KERRY ARDFERT ker Ardfert Abbey Crosbie 1690+ Built by Sir Thomas Crosbie, M.P. Altered 1720, and 1830. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 137. BALLYHEIGH ker Ballyheigh Castle Crosbie 1600+ In Crosbie family since 1590. Rebuilt ca. 1758; James Crosbie remodelled the house ca. 1809. Burned 1921. M. BenceJones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.P. Neale, Views, VI, 1823. BALLYSEEDY ker Ballyseedy Blennerhassett 1690? Built by Robert Blennerhassett. Owned 1854 by Charles J. Blennerhassett. Rebuilt ca. 1810. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 216. BEAUFORT ker The Reeks McGillycuddy 1810+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CASTLEMAIN HARBOUR ker Miltown House Godfrey 1800+ Owned by Sir John Godfrey - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. VI, 1823. KENMARE ker Ardtully Orpen - Knight 1845

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Built by Sir Richard Orpen on site of earlier house. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. II, 1866+. KENMARE ker Dromore Castle Mahony 1831+ Built by Rev Denis Mahony. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KENMARE ker Lansdown Lodge Petty-Fitzmaurice 1764+ Built by the 2nd Earl of Shelburne, 1st Marquess of Lansdowne. Mostly occupied by the Lansdowne agent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILFLYNN ker Crotto House Ponsonby - Carrique Ponsonby 1669 Built in 1669. In Ponsonby family since 1660. Owned by Major Ponsonby - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. VI, 1823. Demolished. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. KILLARNEY ker Flesk Castle Coltsmann 1700? Also known as Glenflesk Castle. Built by John Coltsmann. Owned by John Coltsmann - J.P. Neale's Views, Series 2, vol. I, 1824. Ruined. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 204. KILLARNEY ker Kenmare House Browne 1726 Built by the 3rd Viscount near the old family estate - Ross Castle. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILLARNEY ker Muckridge FitzGerald 1740+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILLARNEY ker Muckross Abbey Herbert 1843 Also spelled Mucross/Mucrus. Built by Col Henry A. Herbert M.P. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 119-21. LIXNAW ker Lixnaw House Fitzmaurice 1600+ Castle enlarged 18 cent. The Fitzmaurices were Earls of Kerry. Ruined by 1837. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MILLTOWN ker Bushfield Godfrey 1780+ Built by Sir William Godfrey, 1st Bart., M.P. Altered ca. 1830 by Sir John Godfrey. The Godfreys here till 1960. M. BenceJones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. SNEEM ker Derryquin Castle Bland 1840+ Built by James Franklin Bland. Burned 1922. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. WATERVILLE ker Derrynane O'Connell 1700+ Now restored. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILDARE ATHY kid Bert De Burgh 1725+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ATHY kid Burtown House Houghton - Wakefield - Fennell 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CELBRIDGE kid Castletown Conolly 1722+ Built by Edward Conolly, Speaker of the House. Remodelled ca. 1775. Large library. Passed to Edward M. Pakenham, who changed his name to Conolly. - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. M.J. Craig, Castletown. London, 1969. D. Guiness, Castletown. Castletown, [1972?] D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 193. CELBRIDGE kid Celbridge Abbey Vanhomrigh - Marlay - Ashworth - Grattan 1700+ The house of Esther Vanhomrigh, Swift's Vanessa. Rebuilt by Dr Richard Marlay ca. 1780. Owned by J. Ashworth 1837. Owned by Henry Grattan, M.P. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CELBRIDGE kid Donacomper Kirkpatrick 1835

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Remodelled by William Kirkpatrick. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CELBRIDGE kid Killadoon Clements 1770+ Library. Built by Nathaniel Clements M.P. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CELBRIDGE kid Oakly Park Price - Napier - Maunsell 1724 Built by Rev Arthur Price, Vicar of Celbridge; later Bishop of Meath and Archbishop of Cashel. Ca. 1760 owned by Lady Sarah Napier. Later passed to the Maunsell family. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CELBRIDGE kid St Wolstans Alen 1620+ Built by the Alen family. Remodelled ca. 1830. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CELBRIDGE kid Stacumny House Bradstreet 1740+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MAYNOOTH kid Carton House Talbot - Ingoldsby - Fitzgerald 1670+ Talbots forfeited the estate; sold to Richard Ingoldsby; reverted to Talbots. Owned by Augustus Frederick Fitzgerald, Duke of Leinster - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. D. Guiness, irish Houses, 1971, 183. MAYNOOTH kid Rathcoffey Wogan - Talbot - Rowan 1700+ Passed from the Wogans to the Talbots of Malahide; then to Archibald H. Rowan. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NAAS kid Forenaghts Wolfe 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NAAS kid Furness Nevill - Dering 1740+ Built by Richard Nevill. Passed to the Dering family by marriage. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. T.U. Sadleir, Georgian Mansions in Ireland, 1915, 76. NAAS kid Jugginstown House Wentworth 1636+ Built by Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Strafford. Ruined in the 18 cent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NAAS kid Kerdiffstown Hendrick - Aylmer 1750+ Passed to the Aylmers 1853. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NAAS kid Morristown Lattin Lattin - Mansfield 1692 The Lattin house was remodelled in 1845 by G.P.L. Mansfield who married an heiress. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NAAS kid Oldtown Burgh 1709+ Built by Thomas Burgh M.P., Surveyor General of Ireland. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. Burned 1950s. NAAS kid Yeomanstown Eustace - Mansfield 1720+ Inherited by John Mansfield ca. 1780. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. RIVERSTOWN kid Riverstown House Ryder 1740+ Owned by the Ryder family from Abraham St. George Ryder onwards. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KING'S BIRR kig Syngefield Synge 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BROSNA kig Gloster Lloyd 1710+ Remodelled from a 17 cent. house by Trevor Lloyd. Now a convent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DUNKERRIN kig Ffranckfort Castle

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Ffranck - Rolleston 1700+ Passed from the Ffranck family to Francis Rolleston by marriage. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DURROW kig Castle Durrow Flower 1716+ Built by Col William Flower, M.P. Now a school. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. EDENDERRY kig Ballyburly Wakely 1690+ Built by John Wakely M.P. for Kilbeggan (d. 1713). Burned 1888. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. FERBANE kig Moyclare Lawder 1760+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GEASHILL kig Geashill Fitzgerald - Digby 1750+ Burned 1922. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KINNITTY kig Castle Bernard Bernard 1833 Later known as Kinnitty Castle. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MONEYGALL kig Busherstown Minchin 1720+ Built by Humphrey Minchin M.P. on old site of Bouchardstown Castle. Partly burned 1764; rebuilt. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MONEYGALL kig Emell Castle O'Carroll - Johnstone - Stoney 1790+ Bought by Capt Robert Johnstone who added 5 bays. Left to his nephew Thomas Stoney in 1803. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MOUNTHEATON kig Mount Heaton Heaton - Armstrong - Moore 1780+ Sold 1817 by W.H. Armstrong; bought by Count Arthur Moore of Mooresfort. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MOUNTRATH kig Roundwood Hamilton 1750+ Sold by the Hamilton 20 cent. Restored. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. PARSONSTOWN kig Birr Castle Parsons 1620+ Many times beseiged. Built 1620-27 by Sir Laurence Parsons. Owned by the Earl of Rosse, descended from the Parsons family. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. Fire 1832. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. PHILIPSTOWN kig Clonearl Leicester - Magan 1720+ Sold by Sir John Leicester to Arthur Magan. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. SHINRONE kig Cangort Park Atkinson - Trench 1665+ Home of the Atkinsons from 1600 to 1957. The castle was destroyed by Cromwell. They returned after 1660 and built a new house. Remodelled 1850. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. STRADBALLY kig Stradbally Hall Cosby 1699 Built by Lt Col Dudley Cosby. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TOGHER kig The Doon Enraght-Moony 1798 Built by R.J. Enraght-Moony incorporating an earlier house. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TULLAMORE kig Charleville Forest Bury 1810+ Built by Charles W. Bury, 1st Earl of Charleville. Library. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TULLAMORE kig Mount Pleasant O'Connor 1780+ Later known as Gortnamona. Built by M.N. O'Connor. Burned 1922. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TULLAMORE kig Rathrobin Biddulph 1694

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Built by Nicholas Biddulph. Rebuilt 19 cent. Burned 1920. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILKENNY BALLITORE kil Belan House Stratford 1743+ Built by John Stratford M.P. Owned by Edward Stratford, 2nd Earl of Aldborough (d. 1801) - Thomas Milton, A Collection of ... Views ... Seats ... Ireland. [1790?]. Abandoned ca. 1850. Ruined. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. T. Milton, Seats of Ireland, 1783-94. BALLITORE kil Boakefield Boake 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CARBURY kil Ballinderry Tyrell 1760+ Owned in 1814 by Thomas Tyrell. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CARBURY kil Castle Carbery Colley 1620+ Ruined by 1760. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CARBURY kil Newberry Hill Pomeroy 1760+ Built by Arthur Pomeroy, 1st Viscount Harberton. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CASTLEMARTIN kil Castlemartin Harrison 1720+ Built by - Harrison, a banker. Sold 1730 to Capt Henry Boyle Carter. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CLANE kil Blackhall Wolfe 1750+ Seat of Theobald Wolfe. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CLANE kil Castle Browne Browne 1788 Built by Thomas Wogan Browne. Sold 1814 to the Society of Jesus as a school. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CLANE kil Longtown Burdett - Sweetman 1815+ Sold in 1829 to Michael Seetman. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. HARRISTOWN kil Harristown House Eustace - Fitzgerald - Latouche 1780? Complex history after 1603. Owned by James Fitzgerald, 1st Duke of Leinster (d. 1773). Sold to John Latouche. Owned 1854 by John Latouche, of the banking family. Owned by J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 131. HAZLEHATCH kil Lyons House Aylmer - Lawless 1700+ Sold to Nicholas Lawless 1796. Owned by Valentine Browne Lawless, Lord Cloncurry - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series, vol. II, 1825. Now owned by University College Dublin. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 81. KILCOCK kil Courtown Aylmer 1815 Built by John Aylmer to replace a house burned in 1798. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILCOCK kil Hortland House Hort 1748 Built by Rev Josiah Hort; designed by Richard Castle. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILCULLEN kil New Abbey Brereton 1755+ Acquired by George Brereton 1779. Built near to the Franciscan Abbey (founded 1486) which was leased to Edmund Spenser, and where he wrote the FQ. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LARA kil Laragh Barnewall - O'Reilly - Hunt - Cusack - Gannon 1740+ Built by Lord Trimleston. Bought ca. 1815 by Nicholas Gannon. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 205-6. Owned 1855 by Nicholas J. Gannon. Also called Lara (River Laragh). LEIXLIP kil Leixlip Castle

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Whyte - Conolly med Owned by Sir Nicholas Whyte from 1569; 1731 sold to William Conolly, who moved to Castletown in 1752. M. BenceJones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 211. A. Kroll, Historic Houses, 1969, 68. LEIXLIP kil Leixlip House Brady - Nesbitt 1750+ Passed from General Brady to J.D. Nesbitt by marriage in 1800. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LEIXLIP kil Newtown Hill Hind 1760+ owned in 1814 by Thomas Hind. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LEIXLIP kil Ryevale Otway - Ryan 1760+ Owned in 1814 by Rev caesar Oyway; in 1837 by Daniel P. Ryan. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MAGENY kil Kilkea Castle FitzGerald - Reynolds med Ancient seat of the FitzGeralds. When the family adopted Carton as the principal seat Kilkea was leased to numerous tenants. Serious fire in 1849. Now a hotel. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MONASTEREVIN kil Kildangan FitzGerald - Reilly 1600+ Sold to Edward and Edmund Reilly in 1705; abandoned 1784. Subsequently destroyed. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MONASTEREVIN kil Moore Abbey Loftus - Moore 1767 Built on the site of a 17 cent. Loftus house. Built by Field Marshal Sir Charles Moore, 6th Earl od Drogheda. Now a hospital. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MOONE kil Moone Abbey Yates - Yeats 1760+ In the Yates/Yeate family till ca. 1850. They also built Colganstown. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MOYVALLEY kil Balyna O'More 1815 In the family since Elizabeth. New house built 1815 - burned 1878. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. PILTOWN kil Bessborough House Ponsonby 1641 Built by Brabazon Ponsonby. Sir John Ponsonby (1641). Remodelled in 1744. Owned by the Earl of Bessborough - Thomas Milton, A Collection of ... Views ... Seats ... Ireland. [1790?]. J.P. Neale's Views, vol. VI, 1823. Burned 1923. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. T. Milton, Seats of Ireland, 1783-94. T.U. Sadleir, Georgian Mansions in Ireland, 1915, 21. SALLINS kil Castlesize Chace 1780+ Owned by George Chace in 1814. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. SALLINS kil Millicent Keatinge 1740+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. STRAFFAN kil Bishop's Court Ponsonby - Scott 1780? Built by John Ponsonby. In Ponsonby family since 1721. Owned by William Brabazon Ponsonby, Lord Ponsonby - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. Owned the Scotts, Earls of Clonmellm by 1860s - F.O. Morris, vol. IV, 1880, 39. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. STRAFFAN kil Lodge Park Henry 1775+ Built by Hugh Henry. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TAGHADOE kil Corbally Geraghty 1720+ Owned in 1814 by William Geraghty. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. THOMASTOWN kin Thomastown House Leggat - Bennett 1730 Old castle destroyed by Cromwell. Owned 1855 by Francis V. Bennett. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 7. BALLYRAGGET kiy Ballyconra House

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Butler 1720+ Built by the Butlers Viscounts Mountgarret. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLYRAGGET kiy Eden Hall Purcell - Brenan 1700+ Seat of the Purcell family. Remodelled ca. 1810 by Gerald Brenan. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLYRAGGET kiy Jenkinstown Bryan 1810+ Built by Major George Bryan. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BENNETTSBRIDGE kiy Burnchurch House Butler 1800+ Built by Rev Richard Butler, Vicar of Burnchurch. In Butler family till ca. 1875. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BENNETTSBRIDGE kiy Maiden Hall Flood - Griffith - Smith - Butler 1745+ Built by the Floods; later owned by Richard Griffith, novelist; Ambrose Smith; 19 cent. John Butler. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CALLAN kiy Ballyline House Chandler 1720+ Owned by William Chandler 1729. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CALLAN kiy Ballaghtobin Tobin - Baker 1750+ Orig. belonged to Tobins 1660; then William Baker. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CALLAN kiy Desart Court Cuffe 1733+ Built by John Cuffe, 1st Lord Desart. Burned 1923. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. T.U. Sadleir, Georgian Mansions in Ireland, 1915, 55. CASTLECOMER kiy Castlecomer House Wandesford 1780+ Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. H.B. Maccall, Story of the Family of Wandesforde. London, 1904. FRESHFORD kiy Kilrush House St George 1810+ Built by A.J. St George. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. FRESHFORD kiy Upperwood De Montmorency - Eyre 1790+ Later known as Uppercourt. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GORESBRIDGE kiy Mount Loftus Loftus 1750 Built by 1st Viscount Loftus. Demolished 1906. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GOWRAN kiy Gowran Castle Agar - Ellis 1713 Old castle pulled down in 1816. Built by james Agar. Owned by Henry Welbore Agar Ellis, Viscount Clifden & Lord Mendip - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. Agars were Viscounts Clifden. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. INISTIOGE kiy Woodstock Fownes - Tighe 1745+ Passed by marriage to the Tighe family. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 19. JENKINSTOWN kiy Swiftes Heath Swift 1700+ The boyhood home of Jonathan Swift, brought up by his uncle Godwin Swift. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. JOHNSWELL kiy Ballysallagh Doyle 1720+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILKENNY kiy Kilkenny Castle Despenser - Butler - Ormonde med Damaged in 1650. Transformed 1680+. Later improvements. Owned by Walter Butler, Marquess of Ormonde. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. KILKENNY kiy Bonnettstown Hall Mathews 1737+

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Built by Samuel Mathews, Mayor of Kilkenny. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILKENNY kiy Castle Blunden Blunden 1750+ Built by John Blunden M.P. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILKENNY kiy Dunmore House Butler 1670+ Built by the Duchess of Ormonde. Demolished 18 cent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILKENNY kiy Bishop's Palace Este - Pococke 1740+ Built by Charles Este, Bishop of Ossory from 1736 to 1745. Added to by Bishop Pococke in 1760. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILKENNY kiy Leyrath Tobin - Wheeler 1600+ A Tobin castle acquired by the Wheelers 17 cent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILKENNY kiy Millmount Colles 1760+ Built by William Colles, owner of the Kilkenny Marble Works. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILMAGANNY kiy Castle Morres Montmorency 1750+ Partially demolished ca. 1930. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILMAGANNY kiy Rossenarra Reade - Morris-Reade 1810+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NEW PARK kiy New Park Newport 1780+ Owned by the banking family of Waterford - Newport. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. PAULSTOWN kiy Shankill Castle Butler - Aylward 1713 Remodelled by Peter Aylward. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 228. PILTOWN kiy Belline Walsh - Ponsonby 1780+ Built by Peter Walsh; 1800 3rd Earl of Bessborough. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. PILTOWN kiy Castletown Cox 1767+ Built by Michael Cox, Archbishop of Cashel. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 219. SLIEVERUE kiy Bellevue House Shiel - Power 1760+ Owned by Richard L. Shiel M.P.; bought by Patrick Power M.P. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. THOMASTOWN kiy Ballyduff Connelan 1760+ Large library. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. THOMASTOWN kiy Flood Hall Flood - Solly-Flood 1750+ Owned by Henry Flood, Irish patriot. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. THOMASTOWN kiy Kilfane Bushe - Power 1750+ Passed by marriage to the Power family early 19 cent. Rebuilt ca. 1820. Owned by Sir John Power, 1st Bart. M. BenceJones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. THOMASTOWN kiy Kilmurry Bushe 1750+ Much later remodelling. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. THOMASTOWN kiy Mount Juliet Bushe - Butler 1770+ Built by 1st Earl of Carrick, of Ballylinch Castle, from Rev Thomas Bushe, of Kilmurry. Named after his wife. M. BenceJones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. URLINGFORD kiy Borrismore House Nevill 1765+

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Built by Garrett Nevill. Orig. called Marymount for his wife Mary Hodson. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. URLINGFORD kiy Woodsgift St George 1740+ Burned 1912. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LONDONDERRY LONDONDERRY ldy Bishop's Palace Barnard - Hervey - Knox 1761 Built by Bishop Barnard. Enlarged by Bishop Frederick Hervey ca. 1780. Built for the Bishops of Derry. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BELLAGHY ldy Ballyscullion Hervey 1787+ Built by the Frederick Hervey 4th Earl of Bristol. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. COLERAINE ldy Downhill Castle Hervey - Bruce 1750+ Built by Frederick Augustus Hervey, 4th earl of Bristol. Sold to Sir Henry Bruce. Owned by Rev Sir Henry Hervey Aston Bruce - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. VI, 1823. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. National Trust. [Anon] Downhill. Belfast, 1968. Country Life, 107, 1950, 34; 150, 1971, 94, 154. COLERAINE ldy Laurel Hill Kyle 1843 New front added by Henry Kyle in 1843. Same family as earlier house? M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. FEENY ldy Ash Park Stevenson 1796+ Built by James Stevenson for his son William. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GARVAGH ldy Garvagh House Canning 1620+ Much altered in 18 cent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LIMAVADY ldy Ardnargle Ogilby 1780+ Built by John Ogilby. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 40. LIMAVADY ldy Drenagh McCausland 1837 Built by Marcus McCausland, replacing an earlier house. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LIMAVADY ldy Daisy Hill Conolly - McCausland 1710+ Later known as Roe Park. Built by William Conolly, Spekaer of the House, who built Castletown. Added to by Marcus McCausland. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LONDONDERRY ldy Ashbrook Ash - Beresford-Ash 1686 Orig. house built by John Ash. Incorporated in new house ca. 1750. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 130. LONDONDERRY ldy Boom Hall Alexander - Baird 1772 Built by James Alexander. The Alexanders were Earls of Caledon - the house in Tyrone which became the principal seat. Sold 1840 to Daniel Baird. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LONDONDERRY ldy Prehen Tompkins - Knox 1750+ Passed to the Knox family by marriage. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MAGILLIGAN ldy Bellarena Gage 1810+ Owned by Marcus McCausland who assumed the name of Gage. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MONEYMORE ldy Springhill Conyngham 1680+ Built by William Conyngham. Col. William Conyngham added in 1765. Irish National Trust. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. National Trust. M. Lenox-Conyngham, An old Ulster House. Dundalk, 1946. PORTSTEWART ldy Cromore Cromie 1750+

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Remodelled by John Cromie 1834. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. UPPERLANDS ldy Ampertain House Clark 1825+ Built by Alexander Clark, linen mill owner. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LEITRIM BALLINAMORE let Corduff Percy 1780+ Owned in 1814 by George Percy. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLINAMORE let Garadice Percy 1700+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CARRICK-ON-SHANNON let Hatley Manor St George 1830+ Named after the ancestral home in Hatley St George, Cambridgeshire. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DROMAHAIR let Dromahair Castle Villiers 1626+ Built by Sir William Villiers. Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DROMOD let Derrycarne Ormsby-Gore 1780+ Derelict. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KINLOUGH let Kinlough House Johnston 1820+ Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MOHILL let Lough Rynn Clements 1833 Built for Robert, Viscount Clements. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LIMERICK ADARE lim Adare Manor Quin 1826 Built by Valentine Quin, grandfather of 1st Earl Dunraven. Rebuilt 1832 by 2nd Earl. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. IV, 1866+. C.W. Dunraven, Memorials of Adare Manor. Oxford, 1865. ADARE lim Curragh Chase De Vere 1770+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ARDAGH lim Elm Hill Studdert 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ASKEATON lim Castle Hewson Hewson 1740+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLINGARRY lim Ballingarry Odell 1683 Built by Major John Odell. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLINGARRY lim Ballyknockane Scanlan 1794+ Built by Capt Michael Scanlan. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLINGARRY lim Ballynoe Cox 1770+ Built by Hugh Cox on sire of earlier house. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLINGARRY lim Glenwilliam Castle Massy - Atkinson 1797 Built by Rev William Massy. Owned by Edward Atkinson 19 cent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLINGARRY lim Odell Ville Odell - Morony 1780+ Built by John Odell. Passed to the Morony family. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLYAGRAN lim Castletown Conyers

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Conyers 1720+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLYLANDERS lim Massy Lodge Massy 1800+ Partly demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLYNEETY lim Ballynaguarde Croker 1774 M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CASTLECONNELL lim Hermitage Bruce - Massy 1800 Built by a banker named Bruce; afterwards a seat of the Lords Massy. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CASTLECONNELL lim Mount Shannon FitzGibbon 1750+ Built by John FitzGibbon, 1st Earl of Clare. Remodelled 1813, designed by Lewis Wyatt. Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CASTLEROY lim Plassey House Clive - Maunsell 1720+ Owned by Clive who renamed the house after his victory. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CLAINA lim Cooper Hill Cooper 1741 M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CLAINA lim Tervoe Monsell 1776 Built by Col W.T. Monsell M.P. on site of a house dating back to 1690. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CRECORA lim Kilpeacon House Gavin 1810+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DRUMCOLLIHER lim Springfield Castle FitzGerald - Fitzmaurice - Deane 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GLIN lim Glin Castle Fitzgerald 1780+ Built by Col John FitGerald. Library. Fitzgeralds, Knights of Glin. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. D.J.V. Fitzgerald, Glin Castle. [Glin, 1980?] J.A. Gaughan, The Knights of Glin. Dublin, 1978. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 118. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 233. KILCORNAN lim Holly Park Taylor - De Vere 1760+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILMALLOCK lim Ash Hill Towers Evans 1760+ Rebuilt 1833. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILMALLOCK lim Mount Coote Coote 1740+ Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NEWCASTLE WEST lim The Castle FitzGerald - Courtenay med The FitzGeralds forfeited the castle 16 cent.; granted to Courtenay family, ancestors of the Earls of Devon. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. PALLASGREEN lim Castlegarde O'Grady 1580+ Modernised ca. 1820 by Waller O'Grady, son of Standish O'Grady, eminent lawyer. O'Grady became 1st Viscount Guillamore. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. PALLASKENRY lim Castletown Manor Waller 1750+ Built by John Waller. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. PALLASKENRY lim Shannon Grove Bury 1709+ Started by John Bury, completed 1723 by his son William. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988.

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PATRICKSWELL lim Fort Etna Peacocke - Reilly 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. PATRICKSWELL lim Greenmount Green 1830 Demolished in 1968. New house built. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. RATHKEALE lim Altavilla Bateman 1745+ Built by John Bateman. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. RATHKEALE lim Castle Matrix FitzGerald - Southwell 1837 A Fitzgerald castle modernised 1827 by the Southwell family. Also known as Castle Mattress. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. RATHKEALE lim Riddlestown Park Blennerhassett 1730+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. RATHKEALE lim Stoneville Southwell - Massy 1710+ Built by Henry Southwell M.P. Bought by the Massy family when he died 1758. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LONGFORD BALLYMAHON lon Castlecor Harman 1770+ Built by Rev Cutts Harman, Dean of Waterford. Now a convent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLYMAHON lon Ledwithstown Ledwith 1710+ Derelict. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLYMAHON lon Mosstown Newcomen - Kingstone 1670+ Acquired by the Kingstone family by 1798 - Alexander C. Kingstone. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLYMAHON lon Newcastle Sheppard - Harman - Parsons-Harman - King-Harman 1710+ Passed to the Harmans by marriage 1691; Lawrence Parsons-Harman 1784. Now a hotel. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CLOONDARA lon Brianstown Achmuty 1731 Built by Samuel Achmuty. Fire 20 cent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. EDGEWORTHSTOWN lon Edgeworthstown House Edgeworth 1710+ Built by Richard Edgeworth M.P.; enlarged by Richard Lovell Edgeworth 1775+, writer on education. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. EDGEWORTHSTOWN lon Lisard More O'Ferrall 1780+ Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. EDGEWORTHSTOWN lon Newtown Bond Bond 1740+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILLASHEE lon Middleton Harman - Montfort 1750+ Built by Wesley Harman. Bought 1764 by Henry Montfort. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LISRYAN lon Coolamber Manor Blackall 1820+ Built by Major Blackall. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LONGFORD lon Carriglass Manor Newcomen - Lefrow 1650? Orig. for the Bishops of Ardagh. Left to Trinity College, Dublin in 17 cent. Leased to the Newcomen family in 18 cent. Bought by Chief Justice Lefroy who rebuilt the house 1837+. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London,

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1988. Library. J. Summerson, The Country Seat, 1970, 185. LONGFORD lon Farragh Bond 1750+ Enlarged by Willoughby Bond 1811-33. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LONGFORD lon Mount Jessop Jessop 1750+ Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NEWTOWNFORBES lon Castle Forbes Forbes 1830+ Replaced an earlier house destroyed by fire. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LOUTH TALLANSTOWN lou Knock Abbey O'Reilly 1600+ Tower house with 18 cent. additions. Library. Burned 1920 (including books). M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ARDEE lou Louth Hall Plunkett 1760+ Built on to orig. castle. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ARDEE lou Red House Parkinson - Ruxton 1780+ Passed to W.P. Ruxton M.P. ca. 1810. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ARDEE lou Smarmore Castle Taaffe med Altered in 18 cent. Library. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLYMASCANLON lou Mount Pleasant MacNeill 1830+ Enlargement of an earlier house by Sir John MacNeill. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CASTLEBELLINGHAM lou Castle Bellingham Bellingham 1700+ Acquired by Col Thomas Bellingham. Burned before Battle of the Boyne. New house built ca. 1700. Remodelled ca. 1780. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 134, DROGHEDA lou Ball's Grove Ball 1720+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DROGHEDA lou Beaulieu Tichborne - Montgomery 1667+ Built by Sir William Tichborne. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 95. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 241. T.U. Sadleir, Georgian Mansions in Ireland, 1915, 17. DROGHEDA lou Carstown Plunkett 1612 Still intact? M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DROGHEDA lou Townley Hall Balfour 1794+ Built by Blayney Balfour. Library. Sold to Trinity College Dublin in 1956. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DUNDALK lou Anaverna McClelland - Thompson 1807+ Built by Baron McClelland. Owned by the Thompsons after 1831. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DUNDALK lou Castletown Castle Bellew - Boyne - Eastwood 1550+ Passed to Viscount Boyne; acquired by James Eastwood 1837. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DUNDALK lou Dundalk House Clanbrassil - Roden - Carroll 1750+ One of the earliest landscaped Irish houses. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DUNDALK lou Falmore Hall Bigger 1740+ Seat of the Bigger family. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DUNDALK lou Stephenstown

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Fortescue 1780+ Enlarged ca. 1820. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DUNLEER lou Barmeath Castle Bellew 1750+ Enlarged 1839 by Sir Patrick Bellew. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DUNLEER lou Drumcar McClintock 1777 Built by John McClintock, MP (d. 1799). M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 49. DUNLEER lou Rathescar Foster 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DUNLEER lou Rokeby Hall Robinson 1788+ Built by Richard Robinson, Archbishop of Armagh and 1st Lord Rokenby. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 221. C. Campbell, Vitruvius Britannicus, III, 1725. TALLANSTOWN lou Glyde Court Foster 1780+ Remodelled 19 cent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TALLANSTOWN lou Lissrenny Filgate 1788+ Built by William Filgate. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TERMONFECKIN lou Black Hall Pentland 1800+ Seat of the Pentland family. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MAYO BALLA may Ballinafad Blake 1827 Built by Maurice Blake. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLINA may Belleek Manor Knox-Gore 1825+ Built by Francis Knox-Gore. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLINA may Castle Gore Gore - Cuff 1580+ Deel Castle belonging to the Bourke family passed to the Gores, Earls of Arran who named it Gore Castle. Passed to James Cuff M.P., who built a new house near the castle in 1790. Destroyed in 1798. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLINA may Greenwood Park Knox 1780+ Built by Major John Knox - cp. Netley Park built by his brother. Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLINA may Netley Park Knox 1816 Built by Capt H.W. Knox. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLINA may Rappa Castle Knox 1750+ Demolished 1937. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLINROBE may Ballinrobe Kenny 1740+ Built by Courtney Kenny. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLINROBE may The Neale Browne 1737+ Built by Sir John Browne M.P., father of 1st Lord Kilmaine. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLYCURRIN may Ballycurrin Castle Lynch 1828 Built by Capt Peter Lynch, replacing an earlier Lynch house built ca. 1680. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 19. BALLYGLASS may Clogher House Lynch - FitzGerald-Kenney 1790+

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M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLYGLASS may Moore Hall Moore 1795 Built by George Moore. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J. Hone, The Moores of Moore Hall. London, 1939. BELMULLET may Bingham Castle Bingham 1820+ Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CASTLEBAR may Castlebar House Bingham 1660? Binghams, Earls of Lucan. Burned 18 cent. Burned again in 1798. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CASTLEBAR may Turlough Park FitxGerald 1750+ Owned by G.R. FitzGerald - eventually hanged. Abandoned by the family 1865. Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CLAREMORRIS may Castle MacGarrett Browne 1694 In the Browne family since 1564. Built by Geoffrey Browne on site of a Prendergast castle. Burned 1811.; replaced by Dominick Browne, Lord Oranmore. Large library. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. VI, 1866+. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. CLAREMORRIS may Bloomfield Ruttledge 1730+ Refaced ca. 1769. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CLAREMORRIS may Claremont Browne 1760+ Built by Col Dominick Browne. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 4. CLAREMORRIS may Newbrook Bingham 1770+ Burned 1837. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CROSSMOLINA may Enniscoe Jackson - Pratt 1790+ Large library. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CROSSMOLINA may Knockglass Paget 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. HOLLYMOUNT may Hollymount House Vesey - Lindsey 1750+ Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. HOLLYMOUNT may Milford Miller 1720+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILLALA may Castlerea Knox 1780+ Home of L.E. Knox M.P. founder of the Irish Times in 1859. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILLALA may Killala Castle Stock - Verschoyle 1600+ Ruinous by 1787; repaired 1796. Occupied by General Humbert, but the learned Bishop Joseph Stock and his library were not disturbed. When Bishop James Verschoyle died in 1834 the see was joined to Tuam. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILLALA may Summer Hill Bourke 1750+ Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NEWPORT may Newport House O'Donel 1740+ Remodelled twice. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NEWPORT may Ross House O'Malley 1800+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988.

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WESTPORT may Westport House Browne 1731 Built by John Browne, 1st Earl of Altamont. Enlarged 1778. Library added in 1816, but destroyed by fire 1826. New library built. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. D.E. Browne, Westport House and the Brownes. Ashbourne, 1981. D. Guinness, Irish Houses, 1971, 249. MEATH ATHBOY mea Drewstown Barry - McVeagh 1745+ Built by Barry Barry. Bought by Major Joseph McVeagh ca. 1785. In the family till 1950. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ATHBOY mea Frankville House Welsh 1800+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALRATH mea Somerville Somerville 1740+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALRATH mea Balrath House Plunkett - Fisher - Nicholson 1671 Built by Gilbert Nicholson. Owned 1855 by John A. Nicholson. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 156. BEAUPARK mea Beau Park Lambart 1755+ Built by Gustavus Lambart M.P. Owned by Charles Lambart - Thomas Milton, A Collection of ... Views ... Seats ... Ireland. [1790?]. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. CLONEE mea Norman's Grove Eiffe - Shanley - Armit 1760+ Owned by Luke Eiffe 1814; J. Shanley 1837; Capt Armit 1849. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. COLLIERSTOWN mea Hilltown Boylan 1810 Built by Nicholas Boylan. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DONORE mea Platten Hall Graham - Chamney - Reeves 1700+ Built by Alderman John Graham. Left by a later John Graham to Graves Chamney in 1777. Sold early 19 cent. to Robert Reeves. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. T.U. Sadleir, Georgian Mansions in Ireland, 1915, 80. DRUMCONRATH mea Aclare House Singleton 1840 Built by H.C. Singleton. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DRUMLARGAN mea Drumlargan Bomford 1720+ Owned by the Bomfords till ca. 1850. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DULEEK mea Annesbrook Smith 1760+ Added to in 1821 by Henry Smith. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DULEEK mea Duleek House Trotter - O'Brien 1750+ Built by Thomas Trotter M.P. Owned in 19 cent. by 2nd Marquess of Thomond. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DUNBOYNE mea Dunboyne Castle Dunboyne - Butler 1750+ Replaced an earlier castle. Added to by Pierce Butler 10th Lord Dunboyne ca. 1770. Now a convent. Part of the estate left to Maynooth College. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DUNSANY mea Dunsany Castle Plunkett 1780+ Medieval in origin. The seat of the Lords Dunsany. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 257. DUNSANY mea Killeen Castle Lacy - Plunkett med Repaired by the 7th Earl of Fingall ca. 1780; enlarged ca. 1804 by the 8th Earl; again in 1841. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. Contents sold July 20-25, 1953.

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ENFIELD mea Johnsbrook Dashwood-Tandy 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ENFIELD mea Johnstown Rorke 1720+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ENFIELD mea Summerhill Rowley 1731 Built by Hercules Rowley M.P. Burned 1922. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J. Summerson, The Country Seat, 1970, 131. ENFIELD mea Tobertynan MacEvoy 1810+ Built by Francis MacEvoy, surgeon. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. FOURKNOCKS mea Harbourstown Caddell - Farrell 1760+ Built by Richard Caddell (afterwards farrell). M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. JULIANSTOWN mea Dardistown Castle Osborne 1670+ Medieval castle with wings added ca. 1670 and ca. 1750. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KELLS mea Charlesfort Tisdall 1800+ Library. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KELLS mea Headfort Taylour 1750+ Built by Sir Thomas Taylour, 1st Lord Headfort. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KELLS mea Newgrove Reilly 1760+ Owned in 1814 by Philip Reilly. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KELLS mea Oakley Park Bomford 1750+ Remodelled ca. 1832 by George Bomford. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILDALKEY mea Trimlestown Castle Barnewall 1720+ Tower house with 18 cent. additions. Ruined. The Barnewalls were Lords Trimlestown. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILMESSAN mea Kilcarty Cleghorn 1770+ Built by Dr George Cleghorn, Prof. of anatomy. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILMESSAN mea Swainston Preston 1760+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KNOCKNATULLA mea Bridestream House Coates 1750+ Owned by John Coates in 1814. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KNOCKNATULLA mea Dolanstown Jones 1720+ Owned in 1814 by Cunningham Jones. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MOYNALTY mea King's Fort Chaloner 1740+ Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NAVAN mea Bellinter Preston 1750+ Built by John Preston ca. 1750. Owned by John Preston, Lord Tara - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. VI, 1823. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. NAVAN mea Hayes Lambart 1770+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NAVAN mea Liscarton Castle Talbot - Cullen 1550+ Owned by Sir William Talbot 17 cent. Passed to the Cullens 19 cent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988.

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NAVAN mea Randlestown Everard 1710+ Built by Lt Col Mathias Everard.M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NAVAN mea Boyne House Hamilton 1716 Built by Gustavus Hamilton, 1st Viscount Boyne. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NOBBER mea Brittas Bligh 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. OLDCASTLE mea Loughcrew Naper 1823 Built by J.L. Naper, replacing an earlier house. Burned 3 times. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. SLANE mea Dollardstown Meredyth - Somerville 1730+ Built by Arthur Meredyth. Passed to the Somervilles 19 cent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. SLANE mea Dowth Hall Netterville - Gradwell 1750+ Built by 6th Viscount Netterville. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 215. T.U. Sadleir, Georgian Mansions in Ireland, 1915, 61. Acquired ca. 1830 by Richard Gradwell, owner in 1855. SLANE mea Slane Castle Johnston 1785+ Built by Francis Johnston for his son, 1st Marquess Conyngham. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 261. SUMMERHILL mea Galtrim House Dawson - Fox 1802+ Built by Rev Thomas vesey Dawson. By 1815 owned by Fox family. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TARA mea Corbalton Hall Corbally 1750+ Added to by Elias Corbally 1801-07. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TARA mea Lismullen Dillon 1740+ Burned 1923. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TRIM mea Dangan Castle Wesley - Wellesley - Colley - Burrowes 1730+ Inherited by Richard Colley who changed his name to Wesley (later Wellesley). Colley was created Lord Mornington, whose son was father of the Duke of Wellington. Sold in 1793 to Thomas Burrowes, M.P. Library added. Dilapidated by 1807. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TRIM mea Fostertown Wellesley 1780+ Owned by the Duke of Wellington when he was M.P. for Trim. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TRIM mea Rathnally Carter 1720+ Built by Thomas Carter M.P. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MONAGHAN BALLYBAY mog Ballibay House Leslie 1830 Built by C.A. Leslie. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CARRICKMACROSS mog Lough Fea House Shirley 1827 Built by E.J. Shirley. The Shirley family since Tudor times. This was their first Irish house. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. E.P. Shirley, Lough Fea. London, 1869. CASTLEBLAYNEY mog Blayney Castle Blayney 1750+ Sold by the last Lord Blayney in 1853. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. EMYVALE mog Ancketill's Grove

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Ancketill 1700+ The second house on the estate, which was demolished in 1781, and replaced by a third one. The first house was built by Capt Oliver Ancketil. Remodelled in 1840. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. Also spelled Anketell. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 17. Owned 1854 by Matthew J. Anketell. [Anon] A Short History ... of the Family of Ancketill or Anketell. Belfast, 1901. MONAGHAN mog Rossmore Park Westenra 1827+ Built for 2nd Lord Rossmore. Owned by Henry Cairns Westenra, Baron Rossmore (d. 1874). F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. MONAGHAN mog Camla Vale Montgomery - Westenra - Rossmore 1800+ Bought ca. 1815 by Lt Col Henry Westenra, who let it to his nephew 3rd Lord Rossmore. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MONAGHAN mog Castle Shane Lucas 1836 Incorporating an earlier house. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. Burned 1920. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 19. ROCKCORRY mog Dartrey Dawson - Dartrey 1770+ Previously known as Dawson Grove. House rebuilt in 1846 by William Burn. Orig. house built by Richard Dawson, 3rd Lord Cremorne. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. F.O. Morris, Views, III, 1880, 57. QUEEN'S ABBEYLEIX que Blandsfort Bland 1715+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ABBEYLEIX que Granston Manor Fitzpatrick 1800+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ATHY que Gormanston Castle Preston 1700+ Rebuilt ca. 1810 by 12th Viscount Gormanston. Owned by Jenico Preston, Viscount Gormanston - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. VI, 1823. Large library. Originally belonged to the Knights Templars. Now a school. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. ATHY que Gracefield Lodge Kavanagh 1817 Built by Mrs Morgan Kavanagh. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. J.P. Neale, Views, VI, 1823. BALLINAKILL que Heywood Trench 1773 Built by M.F. Trench - named after his mother-in-law. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. T.U. Sadleir, Georgian Mansions in Ireland, 1915, 95. Country Life, 45, 1919, 42. BANAGHER que Cuba Court Fraser - Daly 1720+ Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. COOLDERRY que Leap Castle O'Carroll - Darby 1600+ Passed to the Darbys by marriage ca. 1550. Shares with Gill Hall the distinction of being the most haunted house in Ireland. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DURROW que Dunmore McClintock 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LEIX? que Abbey Leix Vesey 1773+ Built by Thomas Vesey 1st Viscount de Vesci. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 225. T.U. Sadleir, Georgian Mansions in Ireland, 1915, 10. MONEYGALL que Loughton Pepper - Bloomfield - Trench 1777 Built by Major Thomas Pepper on site of 17 cent. house. Seat of 2nd Lord Bloomfield; passed to the Trench family. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MOUNTMELLICK que Summer Grove Sabatier 1760+ Built by the Huguenot family Sabatier. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988.

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MOUNTRATH que Ballyfin Pole - Wellesley-Pole - Coote 1778+ Built by William Wellesley-Pole, 1st Lord Maryborough. Rebuilt 1821+ by Sir Charles Coote, who bought the estate in 1812. Modern county = Leix. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. Orig. house built ca. 1700 by Periam Pole. T. Milton, Seats of Ireland, 1783-94. J.P. Neale, Views, 2nd Series, IV, 1828. NEWTOWN que Newtown Butler 1740+ Built by Edmond Butler. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. PORTARLINGTON que Emo House Dawson 1790+ Built ca. 1790 by John Dawson, 1st Earl of Portarlington. Designed by James Gandon. Large library. Owned by John Dawson, Earl of Portarlington - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. V, 1829. Now a Jesuit seminary. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. Country Life, 155, 1974, 1274, 1346. ROSENALLIS que Capard Pigott 1810+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. STRADBALLY que Brockley Park Jocelyn - Young 1768 Built by 2nd Viscount Jocelyn. Owned by Robert Jocelyn, 1st Earl of Roden (d. 1797) - Thomas Milton, A Collection of ... Views ... Seats ... Ireland. [1790?]. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. T. Milton, Seats of Ireland, 1783-94. ROSCOMMON ATHLEAGUE ros Mount Talbot Talbot 1760+ Remodelled ca. 1820. Burned 1922. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ATHLONE ros Mount Plunkett Plunkett 1806 Built by George Plunkett. Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLINTOBER ros Dundermot O'Conor Don - Kelly 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BOYLE ros Frybrook Fry 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BOYLE ros King House King 1710+ The Kings were Earls of Kingston. Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BOYLE ros Rockingham King 1810 Built by Gen Robert King, 1st Viscount Lorton; designed by nash. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 46. CASTLEREA ros Castlerea House Sandford 1750+ Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CASTLEREA ros Clonalis O'Conor Don 1720+ Large archive in house.; as well as library. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MontgomeryMassingberd, Field Book, 1988. CASTLEREA ros Mantua House Dowell - Grace 1747+ Built by Oliver Grace incorporating a Dowell house; Grace married the daughter of John Dowell. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ELPHIN ros Clooncahir Crofton 1820+ Owned in 1837 by Rev A. Crofton. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ELPHIN ros Cloonyquin French 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. FRENCHPARK ros French Park French 1729 Built by John French, designed by Richard Castel. Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London,

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1988. KNOCKCROGHERY ros Scregg Kelly 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ROSCOMMON ros Donamon Castle Caulfeild 1460+ Now owned by a missionary Society. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. STROKESTOWN ros Strokestown Park Hales - Pakenham - Mahon 1696+ Remodelled in 1819. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. SLIGO BALLYMOTE sli Abbeyville Phibbs - Fleming 1726 Built by William Phibbs. Sold to Richard Fleming 1810. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLYMOTE sli Temple House Perceval 1820+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLYSADARE sli Seafield Phibbs 1798 Built by William Phibbs. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BELTRA sli Longford House Crofton 1782 Acquired by the Croftons in 1615. Original castle ruined by 1780. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 172. Owned 1855 by Sir Maltby Crofton. BOYLE sli Hollybrook House Ffolliott - Harloe - Phibbs 1756 Derelict. Estate granted to the Ffolliotts in 1659. Passed to the wife of John Harloe who built the house. Passed to William Phibbs in 1775; then back to the Ffolliotts. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CARNEY sli Lissadell House Gore-Booth 1830+ Built by Sir Robert Gore-Booth M.P. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. Country Life, 162, 1977, 914. CARNEY sli Cullamore Gore-Booth 1833 Built by Sir Robert Gore-Booth, 4th Bart. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. COLLOONEY sli Markree Castle Cooper 1680+ Rebuilt 18 cent. Enlarged 1802 by Joshua Cooper. Large library. Now a hotel. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. RIVERSTOWN sli Coopershill Cooper 1755+ Built by A.B. Cooper 1755-74. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. SLIGO sli Hazlewood Wynne 1731 Built by Owen Wynne, designed by Richard Castle. Now a commercial office. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TIPPERARY BALLYPATRICK tip Kilcash Castle Butler 1635+ Seat of the Ormonde Butlers from 1639 to 1758. Abandoned. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BORRISOKANE tip Milford House Murphy 1780+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BORRISOKANE tip Mount Falcon Falkiner 1720+ CHBuilt by Richard Falkiner. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BORRISOKANE tip Prior Park Otway - Waller 1779+

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Built by James Otway. Sold ca. 1820 to George Waller. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BORRISOKANE tip Castle Sheppard Sheppard 1760+ Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BORRISOLEIGH tip Killoskehane Castle Willington 1600+ 18 cent. wing added. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CAHIR tip Cahir Castle Butler 1450+ On an island on the River Suir; seat of the Butlers, Barons Caher, later Earls of Glengall. In the 18 cent. the family built a new house (now a hotel). M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 195. Sometimes spelled Caher. CARRICK-ON-SUIR tip The Castle Butler 1568+ Built by "Black Thomas", 10th Earl of Ormonde. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CASHEL tip Ballinamona Murphy 1820+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CASHEL tip Ballyowen Pennefather 1750+ Built by the Pennefather family. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CASHEL tip Cashel Palace Bolton 1730+ The home of the Archbishops of Cashel. Built by Theophilus Bolton. Now a hotel. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. T.U. Sadleir, Georgian Mansions in Ireland, 1915, 36. CLOGHEEN tip Cooleville Grubb 1810+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CLONMEL tip Larchgrove Watson 1797+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CLONMEL tip Knocklofty Hely-Hutchinson 1740+ Library. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CLONMEL tip Marlfield Bagwell 1780+ Built by Col John Bagwell M.P. Burned 1923. Rebuilt by Senator John Bagwell 1925. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CLONMEL tip Newtown Anner Osborne 1780+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CLONMEL tip Salisbury Bagwell 1810+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CLOUGHJORDAN tip Sopwell Hall Sadleir - Trench 1745 Built by Col Francis Sadleir. Passed by marriage to the Trench family. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. COLGHEEN tip Shanbally Castle O'Callaghan 1812+ Built by Cornelius O'Callaghan, 1sy Viscount Lismore. Designed by Nash. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DUNDRUM tip Dundrum Maude 1760+ The Maudes were Viscounts Hawarden. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. FETHARD tip Ardsallagh Frend 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. FETHARD tip Grove Barton 1750+ Added to by William Barton ca. 1820. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988.

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FETHARD tip Kiltinane Castle Butler - Cooke 1600+ Owned by the Cookes 18 & 19 cent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. FETHARD tip Gambonstown Hackett - Pennefather 1831+ Built by William Pennefather incorporating the aolder house of the Hacketts. Said to have been won at cards. M. BenceJones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. Also known as Lakefield. FETHARD tip Tullamaine Castle Maher 1835+ Built by John Maher M.P. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GOLDEN tip Mantle Hill Scully 1815+ Built by Denys Scully. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GOLDEN tip Thomastown Castle Mathew 1670+ Built by George Mathew, half-brother of the Duke of Ormonde. Enlarged 1711. Large library built 1812. Ruined since 1872. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.P. Neale, Views, VI, 1823. GOOLD'S CROSS tip Longfield Long - Bianconi 1780+ Bought by Charles Bianconi 19 cent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. HOLYCROSS tip Graiguenoe Park Clarke 1833+ Built by Charles Clarke. Burned 1923. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LATTIN tip Mooresfort Moore 1750+ A seat of the Moores. Large library. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LORRHA tip Belle Isle Yelverton 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LORRHA tip Portleman De Blaquiere 17770+ Acquired by Lt Col John Blaquiere, 1st Lord Blaquiere (of Swiss descent) ca. 1780. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MULLINAHONE tip Killaghy Castle Tobin - Greene - Despard - Wright 1600+ Forfeited by the Tobins in 1653; passed to the Greenes; then the Despards (18 cent.); then the Wrights (19 cent.). M. BenceJones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NENAGH tip Castlewillington Willington 1760+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NENAGH tip Kilboy Prittie 1780+ Built by Henry Prittie, M.P. 1st Lord Dunalley. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NENAGH tip Landsdown Parker 1779 Built by William Parker. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NENAGH tip Lissen Hall Otway-Ruthven 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NENAGH tip Rathurles House Brereton 1740+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NEWINN tip Knockgraffon Rectory Herbert 1784 Built by Rev Nicholas Herbert, father of Dorothea Herbert. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. PUCKAUN tip Lodge Studdert 1680+ Derelict. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ROSCREA tip Damer House Damer 1710+

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Bought by Joseph Damer, father of the 1st Earl of Dorchester. Used as a barracks in 19 cent. then as a school. In disrepair. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TEMPLEDERRY tip Castle Otway Otway - Ruthven 1750+ Orig. castle granted to John Otway in 1665. New house built ca. 1750. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TEMPLEMORE tip Barnane Carden 1680+ Acquired by Jonathan Carden 1701. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TEMPLEMORE tip Cranagh Castle Lloyd 1768 M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TEMPLEMORE tip Loughmoe Court Purcell 1620+ Seat of the Purcells. Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TEMPLEMORE tip Templemore Abbey Carden 1750+ The original castle burned down ca. 1750. Replaced by new house. Also known as Templemore Priory. Burned 1922. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. THOMASTOWN tip Thomastown House Mathew 1670+ Built by George Mathew, half-brother of the Duke of Ormonde. Enlarged 1711. Rebuilt ca. 1800. Large library. Owned by Francis Mathew, Earl of Landaff - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. VI, 1823. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. THURLES tip Brittas Castle Langley 1600+ Burned in 1820. Owned by Major Henry G. Langley. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. THURLES tip Kilcooley Abbey Barker 1790+ Built by Sir William Barker, 4th Bart. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TYRONE AUGHER tyr Augher Castle Ridgeway - Richardson-Bunbury 1615 Built by Sir Thomas Ridgeway. Burned 1689; restored by Sir James Richardson-Bunbury 1832. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. AUGHNACLOY tyr Favour Royal Moutray 1825 Built by John Corry Moutray te replace a 1670 house destroyed by fire in 1823. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. AUGHNACLOY tyr Garvey House Montgomery - Moore 1800+ Built by Nathaniel Montgomery M.P., assuming his mother's maiden name. Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLYGAWLEY tyr Ballygawley Park Stewart 1825+ Built by Sir Hugh Stewart M.P. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CALEDON tyr Caledon Boyle - Alexander 1680+ Owned by 5th Earl of Orrery. Sold by the 7th Earl to James Alexandetr, 1st Earl Caledon. New house built 1779. The Earls of Caledon. F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. IV, 1866+. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. T.U. Sadleir, Georgian Mansions in Ireland, 1915, 29. CARRICKMORE tyr Termon Beresford - Alexander 1815 Built by Rev C.C. Beresford. Passed to Samuel Alexander. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CASTLECAULFEILD tyr Parkanaur Burges 1810+ Remodelled 1802+, 1821+, 1848. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CASTLECAULFIELD tyr Castlecaulfield Caulfield 1612 Built by Sir Toby Caulfeild; burned 1641; rebuilt; abandoned by 1700. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses,

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London, 1988. COOKSTOWN tyr Killymoon Castle Power - Stewart 1803 Originally owned by the Earls of Tyrone. Rebuilt by William Stewart M.P., designed by John Nash. Library. William Stewart died 1850. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 69-70. Purchased by Lieut Col William Stewart after the old house burned ca. 1800. COOKSTOWN tyr Lissan Rectory Staples 1807 Designed by nash for Rev J.M. Staples. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DUNGANNON tyr Northland House Knox 1820+ Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. FIVEMILETOWN tyr Blessingbourne Lowry 1750+ H. Montgomery-Massingberd, The Field Book of Country Houses, 1988. MOY tyr Roxborough Castle Blount - Caulfeild 1602 Built by Charles Blount, Lord Mountjoy. Enlarged later 17 cent. Acquired by the Caulfeilds, Earls of Charlemont. M. BenceJones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. Burned 1922. NEWTONSTEWART tyr Barons Court Hamilton 1780+ Owned by the Hamiltons Earls of Abercorn. Remodelled by Soane. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. F.O. Morris, Views, IV, 1880, 51. OMAGH tyr Crevenagh House Auchinleck 1820+ Built by D.E. Auchinleck. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. OMAGH tyr Lisnamallard House Buchanan 1724+ Remodelled ca. 1760. James Buchanan became the 15th President of the U.S.A. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. POMEROY tyr Pomeroy House Lowry 1770+ Built by Robert Lowry. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. STEWARTSTOWN tyr Drumcairn Caulfeild 1780+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TULLYHOGUE tyr Rockdale Lowry 1800+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. WATERFORD ANNESTOWN wat Annestown House Cole - Palliser 1780+ Owned ca. 1800 by Henry St George Cole; bought by the Pallisers 1830. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ARDMORE wat Ardo Coghlan 1780+ Owned ca, 1800 by Jeremiah Coghlan. Later owned by the Duc de Castries. Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CAPPAGH wat Rockfield Hely 1740+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CAPPOQUIN wat Cappoquin House Keane 1779 Burned 1923, but faithfully restored. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CAPPOQUIN wat Dromana Villiers - Mason-Villiers - Villiers-Stuart 1670+ Burned in the 17 cent. wars. Rebuilt ca. 1780 by George Mason-Villiers, 2nd Earl Grandison. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 30. P. Sandby, Select Views, II, 1782. CAPPOQUIN wat Tourin Musgrave 1680+

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Seat of the Musgraves. Replaced in 1844. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CAPPOQUIN wat Affane House Greatrakes - Browning - Power 1660+ Owned 17 cent. by Valentine Greatrakes, curer of ills by stroking. Passed to Maj Edmund Browning by marriage; then to the Powers/Poers. Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CARRICKBEG wat Coolnamuck Wall 1750+ Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DUNGARVAN wat Carriglea Odell 1835+ Built by John Odell. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DUNGARVAN wat Cloncoskraine Nugent 1840+ Replacing an earlier house. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DUNGARVAN wat Duckspool Galwey 1800+ Owned by J.M. Galwey M.P. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GLENDINE wat Ballynatray Smyth 1795+ Built by Grice Smyth. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 100. HALFWAY HOUSE wat Brook Lodge Penrose - Bolton 1750+ Acquired by the Bolton family 19 cent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILL wat Gardenmorris O'Shee 1680+ Enlarged ca. 1850. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILMACTHOMAS wat Georgestown House Barron 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILMEADAN wat Mount Congreve Congreve 1740+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILMEADAN wat Pouldrew House Malcolmson 1814 Built by the Malcolmsons who founded the cotton mills at Portlaw. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILMEADAN wat Whitfield Court Christmas 1720+ Many alterations and additions. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KNOCKANORE wat Strancally Castle Keily 1830+ Designed by the Pains. Built by John Keily. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. LISMORE wat Lismore Castle Boyle - Cavendish - Bush 1589 Built by Sir Richard Boyle 1589. Owned by Sir Walter Raleigh. Owned by William Spencer Cavendish, Duke of Devonshire - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. VI, 1823. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 42. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 279. T. Milton, Seats of Ireland, 1783-94. LISMORE wat Fort William Gumbleton 1836 Built by John B. Gumbleton. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 213. LISMORE wat Castle Richard Gumbleton - Bushe 1815+ Gumbleton family from ca. 1660. Rebuilt by Richard E. Gumbleton (d. 1819). Also known as Glencairn Abbey. Inherited by H.A. Bushe in 1819 when Gumbleton died. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 213-4. J.P. Neale, Views, VI, 1823. Passed to Bushe family 1819. MONATREA wat Monatrea House Smyth 1830+ Built by Rev Percy Smyth. Now a country club. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. PORTLAW wat Curraghmore

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Power 1700+ Rebuilt by James Power, 3rd Earl of Tyrone. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 64-6. Power family since medieval times. PORTLAW wat Mayfield Malcolmson 1800+ Rebuilt ca. 1840. Designed by William Tinsley. The Malcolmsons were Quaker and founded the Portlaw cotton mills. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. STRADBALLY wat Carrick Barron Barron - Osborne 1750+ Owned by the Osbornes of Newtown Anner after the Barrons. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. STRADBALLY wat Woodhouse Uniacke - Beresford 1810+ Passed by marriage to the Beresfords. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TALLOW wat Moore Hill Moore 1790+ Built by William Moore. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TRAMORE wat Newtown House Power 1750+ Bought ca. 1790 by Joseph Power. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. WATERFORD wat Ardkeen Malcolmson 1830+ Built by the Quaker family of Malcolmson. Now a hospital. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. WATERFORD wat Ballinamona Park Carew 1720+ Owned by Thomas Carew 1746. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. WATERFORD wat Ballinakill House Dobbin - Power 1700+ Remodelled ca. 1770. Orig. the Dobbin family; sold to Nicholas Power 1788. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. WATERFORD wat Ballycanvan House Bolton - Power 1750+ The Boltons moved to Faithlegg. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. WATERFORD wat Faithlegg House Bolton - Power 1783 Built by Cornelius Bolton M.P. Bought by the Power family in 1819. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 159. Owned 1719 by Rev Hugh Bolton, Dean of Waterford. John Bolton (d. 1792 ). Acquired by Nicholas M. Power, MP, ca. 1830. WATERFORD wat Snowhill Snow - Power 1765 Built by the Snows. Overlooking Waterford harbour on the Kilkenny side. The Powers renamed it Power Hall. M. BenceJones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. WATERFORD wat Rockshire House Newport 1780+ Built by the Newport banking family. On the Kilkenny side of Waterford. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. WATERFORD wat Bishop's Palace Este 1741 Built by Bishop Este (d. 1745). Ceased to be the Episcopal house early 20 cent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. WHITECHURCH wat Mount Odell Odell 1678+ CHBuilt by Charles Odell. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. WOODSTOWN wat Ballyglan Paul 1780+ Built by Sir Joshua Paul 1st Bart. Notable library. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. WOODSTOWN wat Woodstown House Carew 1823 Built by Robert Carew, Lord Carew, for his wife. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988.

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WESTMEATH ATHLONE wem Moidrum Castle Handcock 1810+ Owned by William Handcock, Lord Castlemaine - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. VI, 1823. ATHLONE wem Auburn Naper - Hogan - Daniel 1760+ Remodelled by John Hogan 1805. Sold 1848 to William H. Daniel. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ATHLONE wem Ballynahown Court Malone - Ennis 1746 Built by Edmond Malone M.P. Sold 1830 to Andrew Ennis. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ATHLONE wem Benown Caulfeild - Chaigneau 1780+ Also known as Harmony Hall. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ATHLONE wem Killinure Murray - Mansfield - Maunsell 1780+ Built by the Murrays; passed in 1838 to a Mr Mansfield; from 1846 owned by the Maunsell family. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ATHLONE wem Moydrum Castle Handcock 1812 Built by 1st Lord Castlemaine. Burned 1920. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.P. Neale, Views, VI, 1823. ATHLONE wem Newpark Lyster - Smythe 1750+ Passed to the Smythes by marriage. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ATHLONE wem Twyford Handcock - Hodson 1740+ Passed 1790s to the Hodson family. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ATHLONE wem Waterston Handcock - Temple 1749+ Built by Gustavus Handcock M.P. Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLINACARGY wem Baronston Malone 1780+ Built by Richard Malone, 1st Lord Sunderlin. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALLYNACARRIGY wem Sonna Tuite 1760+ Demolished. Sir George Tuite was found murdered here. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CASTLEPOLLARD wem Pakenham Hall Pakenham 1710+ Later known as Tullynally Castle. Enlarged 1780. The Pakenhams were Earls of Longford. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. CASTLEPOLLARD wem Castle Pollard Pollard 1760+ Remodelled 1821 by W.D. Pollard. Also known as Kinturk. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CLONMELLON wem Ballinlough Castle O'Reilly - Nugent 1600+ Seat of the O'Reilly family who changed their name in 1812 to Nugent. Many remodellings. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 289. Country Life, 144, 1978, 90. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 289. CLONMELLON wem Killua Castle Chapman 1780+ The family of Lawrence of Arabia. Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. COLLINSTOWN wem Barbavilla Smythe 1730+ Built by William Smythe. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 197. COLLINSTOWN wem Drumcree House Smyth 1740+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988.

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DELVIN wem Dysart Ogle 1757 Built by Nicholas Ogle. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DELVIN wem Reynella Reynell 1793 M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DELVIN wem Rosmead Wood 1740+ Seat of the Wood family. Ruined. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DELVIN wem South Hill Tighe - Chapman 1810+ Passed from the Tighes to the Chapmans. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILLUA wem Killua Castle Nugent - Chapman 1780? Nugent family to 1641; passed to Chapmans. Rebuilt 1780 by Sir Benjamin Chapman. Owned 1854 by Sir Benjamin J. Chapman, MP. Enlarged 1820. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 180. KILLUCAN wem Bracklyn Castle Fetherstonhaugh 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILLUCAN wem Glananea Smyth 1780+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILLUCAN wem Hyde Park D'Arcy 1775 Built by James D'Arcy. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILLUCAN wem Lisnabin Purdon 1750+ Castellated ca. 1840 for Edward Purdon. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MIDDLETON wem Middleton Park McGeoghegan - Berry - Boyd 1780? Sold to John Berry ca. 1780. Bought 1841 by George A. Boyd, owner in 1854. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 152; II, 1855, 104. Library. MOATE wem Rosemount Geoghegan - Nagle 1773 Built by owen Geoghegan. Inherited by marriage by Sir Richard Nagle. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MOYVORE wem Halston House Armytage 1820+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MULLINGAR wem Belvedere Rochfort 1740+ Built by Robert Rochfort, Lord Bellfield. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 295. Contents sold July 9, 1980. MULLINGAR wem Ballynegall Gibbons - Merry 1808 Built by James Gibbons. Left 1846 to J.W.M. Berry. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MULLINGAR wem Gaybrook Gaye - Smyth 1790 Built by Ralph Smyth, to replace an earlier house - the seat of the Gaye family. Home of John Gay? M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, I, 1854, 104. MULLINGAR wem Glencara Kelly 1824 M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MULLINGAR wem Knockdrin Castle Tuite - Levinge 1830+ Seast of the Tuite family to ca. 1720. Built by Sir Richard Levinge (d. 1724). Walter Tuite's estate was forfeited. M. BenceJones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 163. Owned 1855 by Sir Richard Levinge. MULLINGAR wem Levington Park Levinge 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988.

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MULLINGAR wem Rochfort Park Rochfort - Hopkins 1742 Built by George Rochfort. Sold 1836 to Sir Francis Hopkins. Later known as Tudenham Park. Demolished 1957. M. BenceJones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ROCHFORTBRIDGE wem Gaulston Park Rochfort - Browne 1780+ Built by the 2nd Earl of Belvedere. Library. Sold 1784 to Sir John Browne, 1st Lord Kilmaine. Burned 1920. M. BenceJones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. STREET wem Kildevin Sproule 1833 Built by Robert Sproule. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. WEXFORD BALLYCULLANE wex Tintern Abbey Colclough 1550+ Granted after the dissolution to Sir Anthony Colclough. Family there until 1958. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BLACKWATER wex Castle Talbot Talbot 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CAMOLIN wex Camolin Park Annesley 1730+ Owned by the Annesleys, Earls of Mountnorris. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ENNISCORTHY wex Castleboro Carew 1840 Built by 1st Lord Carew. Large library. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ENNISCORTHY wex Coolbawn Bruen 1830+ Built by Francis Bruen. Burned 1914. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ENNISCORTHY wex Edermine Power 1839 Built by the Powers, Dublind distillers. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ENNISCORTHY wex Monksgrange Richards 1769 Built by Goddard Richards. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. FERNS wex Ferns Palace Preston - Elrington 1785+ Begun by Bishop Walter Cope (d. 1767), completed by Bishop William Preston. Added to by BishopThomas Elrington. Seat of the Bishops of Ferns and Leighlin till 1836 when the Dioceses were joined to that of Ossory. Damaged in 1798. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GOREY wex Ballynastragh Esmonde 1670+ Rebuilt by James Esmonde on site of earlier house, 1768+. Burned 1923. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. GOREY wex Ramsfort Ram 1751 Built by Col Abel Ram. Burned in 1798. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. INCH wex Hyde Park Beauman 1807 Built by J.C. Beauman. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NEW ROSS wex Ballyanne House Tyndall - Ambrose 1780+ Library. Owned 1814 by Gen Amrose. Demolished. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NEW ROSS wex Berkeley Forest Berkeley - Deane - Tyndall 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NEW ROSS wex Rosemount Rossiter - Byrne - Place 1750+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NEW ROSS wex Talbot Hall

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Talbot - Redington 1730+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. NEWTOWNBARRY wex Newtownbarry House Barry - Maxwell - Hall-Dare 1650+ Passed to Maxwells by marriage of Judith Barry to John Maxwell, 1st Lord Farnham, 1719. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TAGHMON wex Tottenham Green Tottenham 1690+ Built by Charles Tottenham M.P. Demolished 1950. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. TOMHAGGARD wex Bargy Castle Rossiter - Harvey 1600+ Owned by Bagenal Harvey ca. 1795+. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. WELLINGTONBRIDGE wex Rosegarland Synnott - Leigh 1720+ Built by the Leigh family near to a Synnott tower house. Enlarged 18 cent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. WEXFORD wex Johnstown Castle Esmonde - Grogan - Grogan-Morgan 1840+ Old seat of the Esmondes; engulfed in H.K. Grogan-Morgan's castle. Owned by Cornelius Grogan, executed unjustly for treason after the 1798 rebellion. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. WEXFORD wex Newbay Halton 1822 Built by Henry Halton, replacing a castle. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. WICKLOW ARKLOW wic Shelton Abbey Howard - Hackett 1810 Large Library. Rebuilt ca. 1810 by William Howard, Earl of Wicklow - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. VI, 1823. ARKLOW wic Kilcarra Castle Proby 1750? Later known as Glenart Castle. Enlarged ca. 1820. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ARKLOW wic Shelton Abbey Howard 1770 Built by Ralph Howard M.P., 1st Viscount Wicklow.. Designed by Morrison. Now a school. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ASHFORD wic Ballina Park Tighe 1690+ Remodelled ca. 1800. Owned by the Tighe family. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ASHFORD wic Ballycurry Boswell - Tottenham 1750+ Rebuilt ca. 1808.M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ASHFORD wic Glanmore Castle Synge 1804+ Built by Francis Synge M.P. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ASHFORD wic Killoughter Redmond 1790+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ASHFORD wic Rossanagh Tighe 1720+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. AVOCA wic Castle Howard Howard 1780? Bought in 1811 and improved by Lieutenant Colonel Robert Howard - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. VI, 1823. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. BALTINGLASS wic Fortgranite Pendred - Saunders - Dennis 1730+ Built by George Pendred, whose son assumed the name Saunders (cf. Saunders Grove); passed to T.S. dennis by marriage 1810. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BALTINGLASS wic Saunders Grove Saunders 1716+ Built by Morley Saunders M.P. Burned 1923. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988.

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BLESSINGTON wic Russborough Leeson 1748 Built by Joseph Leeson, Earl of Milltown - J.P. Neale's Views, 2nd series vol. III, 1826. Now houses the Beit collection. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 333. BLESSINGTON wic Baltiboys Smith 1810+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BLESSINGTON wic Blessington Boyle - Mountjoy - Hill 1650+ Built by Michael Boyle, Archbishop of Armagh. Passed (female line) to the Mountjoys. The Boyles were Earls of Blesinton. Burned 1798. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BLESSINGTON wic Runnamoat Balfe 1780+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. BRAY wic Kilruddery Brabazon 1619 Founded by Sir William Brabazon in 1619; created Earl of Meath in 1627. Enlarged 1820+ by the 10th Earl of Meath. Owned by John Brabazon, Earl of Meath - J.P. Neale's Views, vol. VI, 1823. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 212. Country Life, 162, 1977, 78, 146. BRAY wic Woodbrook Cochrane 1840+ Incorporates a Georgian house. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CARNEW wic Hillbrook Symes 1720+ Seat of the Symes family. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. CLERMONT wic Clermont Yarner - Leeson 1730 By 1814 owned by William Leeson. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DELGANY wic Bellevue La Touche 1754 Built by the Dublin banker David La Touche. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. DUNLAVIN wic Donard House Heighington 1814 Built by William Heighington. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ENNISKERRY wic Powerscourt Wingfield 1731+ Built by Richard Wingfield M.P., 1st Viscount Powerscourt. Owned by Lord Powerscourt - F.O. Morris, Series of Picturesque Views, vol. III, 1866. Disastrous fire 1974. Ruined. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. J.B. Burke, Visitation, 2nd Series, II, 1855, 155 . D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 323. ENNISKERRY wic Charleville Monck 1797 Built by 1st Viscount Monck, replacing a house burned 1792. In the Monck family till 1929. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. Country Life, 132, 1962, 710. ENNISKERRY wic Tinnehinch Grattan 1750+ Presented by the Irish Parliament to Henry Grattan. Formerly an inn. Burned 20 cent. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. KILPEDDER wic Altidore Castle Blachford - Hepenstal 1800+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. MOUNTKENNEDY wic Mount Kennedy Kennedy - Cuningham 1670 Bought by General Robert Cuningham in 1769. Built new house 1784. - Thomas Milton, A Collection of ... Views ... Seats ... Ireland. [1790?]. Bence-Jones, Guide, 1988. D. Guiness, Irish Houses, 1971, 315. T. Milton, Seats in Ireland, 1783-94. RATHDRUM wic Avondale Hayes - Parnell-Hayes 1779 Built by Samuel Hayes; passed to William Parnell-Hayes. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. RATHDRUM wic Croney Byrne Byrne 1810+ M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. RATHDRUM wic Kilmacurragh

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Acton 1697 Built by Thomas Acton. Susequent enlargements. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. ROUNDWOOD wic Luggala La Touche - Wingfield 1792+ Burned 1956 - replaced exactly. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988. SHILLELAGH wic Coollatin Fitzwilliam 1801+ Built by 4th Earl Fitzwilliam, to replace a house built in 1796 but burned in 1798. M. Bence-Jones, A Guide to Irish Country Houses, London, 1988.

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