The custom of setting aside a special place for the burial of very young unbaptised babies was common practice in Ireland.
No Catholic could teach, no building could serve as a school, under penalty of law.
Lime kilns are structures in which limestone was heated to a high temperature to produce lime
The Ó Mainnín Brehon Law Deed, 1584
Part of The Jameson Estate
Menlough & Skehana make up the parish of Killoscobe.
Tobertynan Shrine and the de Stacpoole Family, Mounthazel, connection.
The house was extended in the 1850s when the 3 storey house was refaced and embellished in the Italianate style, and enlarged by 2 two-storey wings three-bay wings.