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Lough Mask House
This house was constructed in the early 1840s when Ormsby Elwood was agent to the Earl of Erne. Robert Fair was occupying the house, valued at £10, at the time of Griffith's Valuation and would appear to have taken over as agent to Lord Erne. In the autumn of 1880 Lough Mask House was the scene of the first boycotting incident when Charles Boycott was the agent for the estate. By the mid 1880s Bernard Daly had bought Boycott's lease of the house and farm and his descendants continue to live at Lough Mask.
M143 603 Discovery map #38. OS Sheet #117.
A Ruttledge family home in the 19th century, still extant and lived in. At the time of Griffith's Valuation it was leased by James Rutledge from Lady de Clifford's estate and valued at £18.
M314 633 Discovery map #38. OS Sheet #119.
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