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Built for the Daly family in the mid-18th century it later became the seat of Charles O'Farrell. In 1906 it was valued at £50. It was stripped of its fittings in the early 1960s and is now a ruin. Crossbaun burial ground (M664116), located nearby, contains the mausoleum of Denis and Charlotte Bowes Daly.
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M665110 Discovery map #52. OS Sheet #116.
Mount Pleasant (Loughrea)
In 1786 Wilson writes that Mount Pleasant was the seat of Mr. Daly. At the time of Griffith's Valuation, the townland was in the possession of the Clanricarde estate but the only building with substantial valuation was the militia barracks. The house is no longer extant though the area is still known as Mountpleasant.
M625161 Discovery map #52. OS Sheet #105.
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