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1800s – Clonshavoy House, Co. Limerick

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The Irish Tourist Association surveyor writes in 1944 that the house was interesting as it was the remains of a very old Elizabethan house. He says that more than half the house was pulled down as it was unsafe “and the present eastern wing is a reconstruction”. Photograph from the Irish Tourist Association Survey 1943-44.

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