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William D. Griffith, brother of Richard Griffith of ''Valuation'' fame, was agent to Sir George Shee in the mid 19th century and lived at Dunmore House. In 1894 Slater refers to Dunmore House as the seat of Captain Robert W. Martin. A fine ruin situated on the edge of the golf course.
|Dunmore Demesne||Dunmore||Tuam||Dunmore 197||Dunmore||Galway||
M507 632 Discovery map #39. OS Sheet #17.
Melvin states that the Dunmore estate had been inherited by the Gores in the early eighteenth century and that Ralph Gore resided at Dunmore during that century. His mansion was subsequently in use as a barracks until it was destroyed during the Civil War in the early twentieth century. Marked on the Taylor and Skinner map of 1778 as the residence of the Earl of Ross and also noted as "the fine seat of the Earl of Ross" by Wilson in 1786. In 1814 Leet noted "Dunmore Lodge" as the residence of John Egan.
|Abbeyland South||Dunmore||Tuam||Dunmore 197||Dunmore||Galway||
M551763 Discovery map #39. OS Sheet #17.
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