Mount Ievers Court

The lvers family arrived in Ireland in the 17th century where Henry Ivers was appointed Collector of Revenue for Counties Clare and Galway in 1643. Further lucrative positions followed after the Restoration and, in 1680, Thomas Dinely estimated his income at £2,600 a year, which allowed him to amass a considerable fortune and some 12,000 acres before his death in 1691. Henry lived in a tower house, shown in Dinely’s drawing, which he may actually have built since a chimneypiece reused in the house carries the date 1648.

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Mount Ievers Court, Sixmilebridge, Clare

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