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|House Name / Description||Townland||Civil Parish||PLU||DED||Barony||County||Map Ref|
A home of the Stamer family in the 18th century which was occupied by Daniel Finucane, Secretary to the Clare Grand Jury, by the beginning of the 19th century. Daniel's son Michael was resident in 1837. By 1860 Captain William Stacpoole who was elected Member of Parliament for Ennis was living in the house. The house is still extant.
|Clonroad Beg||Drumcliff||Ennis||Ennis Rural 26||Islands||Clare||
R341 777 Discovery map #58. OS Sheet #33.
A house valued at £20 at the time of Griffith's Valuation and occupied by Captain Charles William Gore, fourth son of Francis Gore of Derrymore. He held the property from Lucinda Finucane. Later leased by the Finucanes to Charles Armstrong, fourth son of William Henry Armstrong of Mount Heaton and New Hall. A new house built in the 1980s now occupies the site.
|Reaskaun||Templemaley||Ennis||Templemaley 25||Bunratty Upper||Clare||
R329 816 Discovery map #58. OS Sheet #25.
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