School: Sandyford (B.) (roll number 2872)

Sandyford, Co. Dublin
M. O'Keeffe

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0797, Page 252

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Stepaside is a Village east of the Three Rock Mountain. It is said that Cromwell was bringing an army over that way and said to the Irish "Stepaside and let my army pass

On the road to the Scalp is Jamestown. In Jamestown there are the ruins of an old church and two crosses marking what are called the Kings' Graves. Who the Kings are is not known.
On the right hand side of the road behind the Protestant Church is a wood and there is a cromlech or Druids' altar in this.