School: Inch Island

Location:
Carrickanee, Co. Donegal
Teacher:
Pádraig S. Mac Fhinn

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Local Names of Fields etc

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 1110, Page 122

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Drumish Hole:- Situated in the townland of Carnaghan, Inch Island, Co Donegal. So called because there is a very large deep hole at the foot of the field.
Standing Stones:- It is near to the Standing Stones, and that is why it gets its name. It is situated the townland of Carnaghan, Inch Island, Co Donegal.
Reaches Field:- Called after a man whose name was Rachel McConnel who owned the farm. It is situated in the townland of Castle-Quarter, Inch Island, Co Donegal.
The Wee Lea:- There is a small grassy field, where fishermen used to spread their nets. It is situated in the townland of Dinnylinn,

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Collector
Mary Sweeney
Gender
female
Informant
Patrick Craig
Gender
male
Language
English
Location
Carnaghan
Location
Castlequarter