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 Bunratty Castle
Bunratty
Bunratty continued to be the principal residence 
of the O'Briens,until they built Dromoland Castle.
Then, the  Castle and its lands were granted to 
the Studdert family. They left the castle in 
1804 (allowing it to fall into disrepair), to reside in
the more comfortable and modern adjacent 
Bunratty House built by the family. The reasons for 
the move are bound up in family arguments 
over the eldest son marrying his first cousin. 
 In 1954 the castle was purchased and 
restored by the 7th Lord Gort. He reroofed
the castle, and saved it from ruin.
 
 
 
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   Bunratty Boat
Bunratty Boat
Bunratty is a large tower house in 
County Clare, Ireland. The river, alongside 
the castle, flows into the nearby Shannon.
The present structure was completed by the 
MacNamara family around 1425 but 50 years later 
was in the hands of the O'Briens, the most
powerful clan in Munster.
 
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 Harry Averys Castle
Harry Averys Castle
Not much is left of this castle named after and possibly
built by Henry Aimbreidh O'Neill, a Gaelic chief  who died
in 1392. The castle commands grand views over
the Mourne Valley .
Home of the O'Neills.
Co. Tyrone



 
 

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Ballinalacken Castle
Ballinalacken Castle
Ballinalacken Castle was most likely built in the
 15th or early 16th century possibly by
an O'Brien. The basements of 
Ballinalacken Castle are thought to have been
built in the 10th century, by another famous 
Irish clan, the O'Connor's, who ruled West Corcomroe 
in those times.  The castle was granted to 
Turlough O'Brien. The Ballinalacken O'Briens 
can trace their descent from Turlough Don 
who died in 1528,
Co. Clare
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