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Fate of last Lord of Dunhill and Kilmeaden, John Power, and his family were unknown.
The Castle and lands were then given to Sir John Cole with the church given to Waterford Corporation.
Cole and his decedents never lived in the castle and the church was disused, with the result that timbers rotted and both fell into ruins during the 1700’s.
More deterioration was recorded in 1912 when the east wall of the castle collapsed during a storm.
The town's name is derived from the Irish translation of the fort of the rock.
The impressive silhouette comprises only about half a fifteenth century tower with bits of outer walls dating to the early thirteenth century.
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