School: Kilmore (roll number 16126)

Kilmore, Co. Leitrim
Máire, Bean Uí Shamhráin
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0226, Page 492

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  1. Mr. John Quinn who is ninety years old told me this. There is a tunnel in Fenagh lough and it is said that there is a gold Alter under it. Any one who takes a look at it is said to retain the shape they were in, while looking at it.
    Bernard Quinn who is fifty years old told me that my grand-father told him that there is a pot of gold hidden in John Quinn's garden that is in Drumdiffer and it is to be found between two Masses.
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  2. St Patrick's well is in Aughavass and one day some Protestants who lived near by brought water from it to wash clothes. When the water was
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    Mrs Quinn
    Drumdiffer, Co. Leitrim