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Located on the east side of Ballyconnelly Bay beside Callow Bridge, John Boswell was in possession of a house valued at £1. 5 shillings here at the time of Griffith's Valuation. Doohulla Lodge is marked on the later 19th century maps close to the Atlantic shore and was run as The Fishery Restaurant in the 1970s. This building is still in existence.
L645 419 Discovery map #45. OS Sheet #49.
Michael Fitzgerald held a herd's house and offices, valued at £7.17 shillings from John Boswell in the townland of Emlaghmore at the time of Griffith's Valuation. Emlaghmore Lodge, formerly known as Emlaghmore House, was erected however in the early 1860s, probably by William Young. Bought by the Tinne family in 1924 and used as a holiday home until the 1960s when it became their permanent home. Emlaghmore Lodge now functions as a guest house run by the Tinne family see http://www.emlaghmore.com/
L650 416 Discovery map #44. OS Sheet #49.
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