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- The Deer Park is a field in Wardtown. It is so called because in olden days deers were kept there.
Harriot’s Lane is a lane branching off the Abbey road. It was so called because an old woman called Harriet Gillespie goes up and down this lane when she is going to town.
Freddy’s Lane is a lane branching off the Creevy road. It was so called because an old man named Freddy used to carry water up and down this lane.
The Doctor’s Meadow is a field in Wardtown. It was so called because a man named Doctor Likely took possession of this meadow every year.
The Smoothing Iron is a field on the Abbey road. It got its name because it is like an iron.
Moneen is a field in Wardtown(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.