School: Clochar na Trócaire, Moyderwell, Tráighlí

Moyderwell, Co. Kerry
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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0440, Page 231

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Flough Fiadha and the old people say that it gets its name from a flock of deer that used to come to quench their thirst.
On the 13th December St Finnian's cams feast day the people of the neighbourhood come to pay rounds at the well and long ago people used to come from far away to pay rounds there but as time goes on they are gradually dropping this custom. it is also said that there was a chapel at the other side of the fence from the well.