The House of Corkagh

Joe Devine

One of the most important treasures of South Dublin County is the 300 acre Corkagh Park immediately adjacent to the Naas Road and stretching almost a mile to the Village of Clondalkin. For more than 25 years Joe Devine researched the history of Corkagh Demesne. Through his research, Joe realised the importance of Corkagh House and Estate in the Clondalkin area and the major role it played in the life and economy of the area. In addition the area was important nationally. John Finlay of Corkagh and his neighbour, Lord Kilwarden of Newlands were members of the Great Parliament of Ireland in 1790. Gunpowder milling at Kilmatead and at Clondalkin was of strategic national importance.

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