Drummullin Corn & Tuck Mill TO LET 1757

5th April 1757
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By the end of the 19th Century, this thriving Corn & Tuck Mill was in ruins.

Pue's Occurrences - Tuesday 05 April 1757 (page 2)

TO LET, from the first day of May next, for 21 Years, the Lands Drumemullen (Drummullin), West of the Road leading to Elphin, in the parish of Cloonaff (Clooncraff), Barony and County of Roscommon, containing 52 Acres or thereabouts, as also a Corn and Tuck Mill in very good Order, or Let seperately, it being a good Corn Ground and Sheep Pasture, being Part the Estate of Wm. O'Fallon, Esq, Proposals to be received by the said Wm, O'Fallon, at his house in Lime Street on the Strand, Dublin, or by Mr. Allen Dowell at Boarfield (Brierfield) near Elphin, and Mr. John Dillon late of Key (Kye), and by Mr. Edmond Fallon at Lisphilip, all in the same County.