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At the time of Griffith's Valuation, William Evans was leasing a property valued at £10 at Carrownea, parish of Ballymacward, from the Clancarty estate. Earlier in 1837, Lewis had recorded Carrownea as the seat of J. Fitzsimons. Flynn writes that, in 1850, the lease of Carrownea House and lands passed to William Evans, brother of John Cannon Evans of Cross House. There is still an extant house at Carrownea.
M673355 Discovery map #46. OS Sheet #73.
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