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The original house was occupied by the Brownes in the 1830s. Charles Kelly was leasing from James Browne in the 1850s when the valuation of the house was £10. By the 1890s this had been replaced by the existing house (M437420) which was renovated in 2006.
M436420 Discovery map #46. OS Sheet #57.
In 1786 Wilson mentions "Coreloo" as the seat of Mr. Browne. Occupied by James O'Connor in 1814. Held in fee by Edward Browne at the time of Griffith's Valuation when it was valued at £25. It became the home of Michael O'Kelly in the latter half of the 19th century. Cooloo is still extant and occupied
M572482 Discovery map #46. OS Sheet #45.
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