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Henry Sampey was leasing a property at Ballyglass, barony of Castlereagh, valued at £15, together with 260 acres from the Ferrall estate. In 1837 Lewis recorded Ballyglass as the seat of R. Kelly.It continued in the possession of the Kelly family who had worked for the Sampey estate. In 1894 recorded as the seat of A.W. Sampey. In 1749 the Census of Elphin recorded it as the residence of Terence McDermott. There is still a house on the site at Ballyglass though it may have been modernised, together with extensive yard and walled garden.
M744847 Discovery map #33. OS Sheet #21.
Henry Sampy was leasing a property valued at £3 10s + 155 acres at Willsborough, barony of Castlereagh, from the Sandford estate at the time of Griffith's Valuation. In 1814 this property was the residence of Walter Jordan. The site of Willsborough House is now occupied by the Community Centre and pitches of Michael Glaveys GAA Club. A memorial stone for a dog owned by Helen Sampey is preserved against the wall of the building.
M583783 Discovery map #39. OS Sheet #25.
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