School: Caisleán hAicéid

Location:
Castlehacket, Co. Galway
Teacher:
S. Ó Floinn

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was on that rock they used to say it. It is situated in the village of Cluide, Corrandulla Co. Galway.
Wells. 1. "Tobar gleannach." It is so called because it is situated in a hollow. About fifty years ago a man named Michael Burke cut a tree that was growing at the brink of it and it began to bleed and there was never any water in it after that. It is situated aout a hundred yards from the village of Cluide, Corrandulla, Co. Galway.
2. "Tobar an mhóinfhéir." It is situated in the village of Cahermorris, Corrandulla, Co. Galway. It is so called because it is situated in a meadow.

Collector
Annie O' Dowde
Gender
female
Address
Cluidrevagh, Co. Galway
Informant
Mrs O' Dowde
Gender
female
Age
42
Address
Cluidrevagh, Co. Galway
Language
English
Location
Cluidrevagh