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- Moonteen Hill.
On Moonteen Hill there is a little field called "the pound". In by gone days straying animals were impounded there until their owners paid the fee to redeem them.
"Bán na nduine" is the name of a field adjoining the Rectory grounds. Here were held feiseanna, foot-ball and hurling matches in years gone by.
Mr. Glendon, Abbey View owns a field called "Páirc an Mallacht". The owner says the fairies left a curse it and, that is how it got its name.
Freyne's Rock, derived its name from Freyne the robber who often spent a night or two in hiding behind the rock when in Thomastown.(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
- Kitty Cody