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At the time of Griffith's Valuation, William Baker was leasing a property valued at £14 at Mullaghroe, barony of Coolavin, from Viscount Lorton's estate. Lewis recorded Redhill as the seat of Andrew Baker in 1837. The house remained in the Baker family until 1912. It is still extant and occupied.
|Redhill or Mullaghroe||Kilfree||Boyle||Coolavin 8||Coolavin||Sligo||
G694039 Discovery map #32. OS Sheet #44.
At the time of Griffith's Valuation Harloe Baker was leasing a house valued at £7, together with over 80 acres, at Ardgallin, barony of Coolavin, from Viscount Lorton's estate. Lewis also records Ardgallin as the seat of Harloe Baker in 1837. McTernan notes that the Baker family sold their interest to Thomas Bell, of Larkhill House, Quarryfield, in 1887. It came into the ownership of the Cornwall family in the 1920s who are still in possession.
M753999 Discovery map #33. OS Sheet #47.
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