Stephen Moore is recorded as resident here in 1814 and T. Sadlier in 1837. The christian name of the mother of Stephen Moore was Salisbury. By the time of Griffith's Valuation John Bagwell held the house in fee. It was valued at £18+. Percy Gough of Salisbury, Clonmel, owned 724 acres in King's County in the 1870s. Slater refers to "Inislonagh House" as the seat of Lt-Gen. Sir Charles J. Gough in 1894.
Bence Jones writes that this house was leased to J.W. Cleeve in the early 20th century and from the late 1920s to Sir David O'Brien 6th Baronet.