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A two storey 19th century house, the home of the Nettervilles and the Gerrards. Came into the possession of the Fallon family of Runnimeade, county Roscommon, following the death of Marcella Gerrard in 1865. Occupied by Cecilia Fallon in 1906, later demolished. Both Taylor and Skinner and Wilson indicate a second Fallon property, Highlake, in the area in the 1780s.
M690 514 Discovery map #39. OS Sheet #32.
Originally a Netterville home, Woodbrook was located in the demesne of Netterville Lodge and is marked on the first Ordnance Survey map of 1838. At the time of Griffith's Valuation it was described as a steward's house valued at £5. It is now a ruin.
M705 512 Discovery map #39. OS Sheet #46.
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