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In 1786 Wilson refers to Ross as the seat of Mr. Martin, It was held in fee by James Martin at the time of Griffith's Valuation, when it was valued at £20. On the shore of Ross Lake, the childhood home of the author, Violet Florence Martin is now open to the public for part of the year. Home of Claude Chevasse in the 20th century and later restored by the McLaughlin family, who reside there.
|Ross Demesne||Killannin||Oughterard||Wormhole 171||Moycullen||Galway||
M178 375 Discovery map #45. OS Sheet #68.
Reputed to have been a hunting lodge of the Martins of Ross, this herd's house was occupied by William Poe in the 1850s, who held the property from James O'Hara. David Walsh was the tenant of Letter in 1890. In the late 20th century the home of Richard Ward, wildlife artist and still a private residence.
M137 349 Discovery map #45. OS Sheet #67.
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