Ballinagarde House, Co. Limerick
House built c. 1774 & was home to the Croker family. In the early 20th century, Ballinagarde was the residence of the Ievers family. George Maurice Ievers died here in 1908.
Ballinagarde House Co. Limerick
Newhall House, Ennis
Detached seven-bay two-storey red brick house, built c. 1765 by Francis Bindon.
Willowbank House, Co. Limerick
Willowbank House, Castletroy, on the banks of the river Shannon. No longer extant. Formerly the residence of Agnes & Charles Holcroft Blood.
Ruins of Applevale, home of the Blood family (ancestors of Norman Eyre Ievers). "Neptune Blood of Applevale was the third son of William Blood of Roxton and Ann Chadwick and they lived at Applevale in the late 18th century. Their son William was murdered at Applevale in 1831 by the Terry Alts. Chartres Brew lived in the house in 1814 and George Davis in 1837 and in the 1850s. William Blood's mother was a Davis of Newcastle, county Galway.The house was leased to Michael Houlihan in 1870. This house is now a ruin."
Warrenscourt House, Co. Cork
Warrenscourt House, home of Lady Agnes Warren nee Ievers. Burned down during the Irish War of Independence.
Roxton House ruins
Roxton house, former home of the Blood family of Corofin, Co. Clare.
Roxton House ruins, former home of the Blood family of Corofin, Co. Clare, Ireland.
Cragbeg House in Co. Limerick was once the home of George Ievers of Athlacca in the 18th century.