Cloverhill House


aka "Clover Hill" in the mid 19th Century

Freeman's Journal - Wednesday 18 March 1885


THE Undersigned has been instructed by Mr. Robert B Cox, of Cloverhill, Croghan, to offer for sale by AUCTION, At the Courthouse, BOYLE, 

On TUESDAY, March 24th, 1885  At Two o'clock, After the arrival of the Down Train from Dublin, 

The Tenant's Interest In the folloving Farms, and House, and The Plot  of Ground:- 

No I Farm - The holding of Cloverhill (just south of Croghan House) containing 57a 3r 28p  (L.P.M.) at the yearly rent of £73 6s 1d, under Guy Lloyd, Esq, D L. There is upon this faim a most suitable residence, attractively situated, with a nicely wooded lawn in front and large garden; also an extensive range of offices. There is a good bog convenient from which turf can be procured. 

No 2 Farm- The Holding of Larkhill (just west of Hermitage) held under same landlord, containing 82a 0r 0p (L.P.M.) at the yearly rent of £82 11s 2d. This is considered to be the best fattening land in the district, and has upon it a large and commodious farmyard in good order, and standing for 80 head of cattle. 

No 3 - The Schoolhouse in Croghan, with Plot of Ground attached, containing: 31 perches statute measure, at the annual rent of 2s, yielding a net profit of £7 14s yearly 

These desirable farms are situate near the town of Croghan, and equal distance (four miles) from Boyle, Elphin, and Carrick-on-Shannon. Private offers will he received by the owner, Mr Robert B Cox, Cloverhill, Croghan, or by the Auc- tioneer. Conditions at sale. Purchasers by private treaty or public auction to pay 2.5 per cent auction fees. 


Weekly Freeman's Journal - Saturday 19 April 1924

New Peace Commissioners.—Mr. A. R. Cox, Cloverhill, Croghan, and Mr. J. J. Costello (a former Parish Court Justice) have been appointed Peace Commissioners.

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