the Moy. Where the island is at Ballinacurra bridge a horse was grazing so the water went round him leaving the island as it is today.
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11 The Water Horse. (Cash Uisghe.) [?]The old people say they often saw a water horse out grazing in Paddy Devine's land in Ballinacurra. They used to see his tracks in the morning. It is also said that the water horse is able to draw you into the water with his breath. He is like a small pony.
(a) in James Philbin's fort in Cloonfinish is a gap between two ash trees that is still called "Geata na hÁltóra.
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