Carlow County - Ireland Genealogical Projects (IGP TM)

Clashganny House
Borris, Co Carlow

Clashganny OSi Map.

Clashganny Mill House,

Clashganny House.
Clashganny is in the Electoral Division of Garryhill, in Civil Parish of Myshall, in the Barony of Idrone East, in the County of Carlow The Irish name for Clashganny is Clais Ghainimh

Clashganny Corn Mill (Ruin).

Clashganny Corn Mill (Ruin).

Clashganny Corn Mill (Ruin).

The Clashganny mills were the only other Mill in the county sending flour to the capital at that time and they only managed 100 cwts. On taking the lease of Ballygowan in 1790, John Alexander saw the need for expansion and in less than seven years, his mills at Milford eclipsed those of the Lodge.


Lock Keepers House, Lock No. 18, Barrow Navigation, Clashganny Lock Ballykeenan (St. Mullins Lr By) A two-bay, two-storey, gable-ended lock keeper’s house with painted, rendered walls, natural slates on the roof, end stacks and an added, flat-roofed porch.


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