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- (continued from previous page)ever went under it and when he came out he was cured from blindness.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
- Lemonfield is a place where the sun shone right down on so one of the O'Flahertys - one of the tribes of Galway - tried to sow lemons in it but he failed. Ever since it is called Lemonfield and also the fields that surround it.Rusheeney is south of Oughterard it means small patches of land around a mountain.Barr- Rusheeney is a village South east of Oughterard on a mountain; it is supposed to be Rusheeney top.Camp St. got its name from soldiers who camped there.Macaire Mór got its name from a plain in it.
Cluais is the ear or end of Macaire MórThere are some fields in my father's land that got their names from their shape. An Gaírdin Fada is called the(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
- Mrs Callaghan