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At the time of Griffith's Valuation Cloonbarry was occupied by George Knox and was valued at £27.It was offered for sale in July 1866 by Roger Dodwell Robinson, when it was described as "an excellent dwelling house, erected by the owner's father at an expense of £2000". In 1906 Henry McCarrick was the owner of buildings at Cloonbarry, barony of Leyny, valued at £22. McTernan states that it had fallen into disrepair by the 1950s and was subsequently demolished.
G417118 Discovery map #24. OS Sheet #37.
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