School: Summerville (roll number 622)

Summerville, Co. Waterford
John Burke

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Unofficial Names of Places in Kilmacleague, County Waterford

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0652, Page 8

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Gleann a' crow - ordinary field owned by Miss Ellen Corcoran.

Móinán Fada - hilly, wet , level field , same owner.
Bán an Leasa - lios field, same owner.
Páirc Iolán - near the island, same bearna buí, wet, yellow clay field, same garraí bogadh, a bog, same owner.
Bán na Clocha - stony field, Mrs. Dunphy.
Sean a Baile - a wet field, owner Mr. John Cosgrave.
Ban an Easpuig - owner Mrs. Dunphy.
Clocha Dubha - field with black stones, same owner
Cloch Mór - field with a big stone in the centre, same owner.
Bownsa - a lios near the Back Strand, owner Mr. Patk Ryan
Poll a' Ghé - a small hollow field, same owner
Ban Chaoire - field, owner Mr. E. H. Power
Ceathrúna Garbh - district comprising E. Kilmacleage (Kilmacleague) and part of Ballinamintra and Carballymore, poor land.
Bán Ghabha - a field owned by a smith's family, owner Mr. Pierce Murphy.
Bán a' Trá - near strand, owner Mr. Patk Ryan.

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