School: Ovens (C.) (roll number 5985)

Location:
Ovens, Co. Cork
Teacher:
Maud Mc Guire

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0345, Page 336

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loopholes in which were so arranged that missles could easily be showered on invaders.

A considerable portion of Castleinch was blown down during a storm in Feb. 1903. In 1907 a further portion was demolished by vandals in search of building material.
The overland approach is from the main road at the village of Srelane (Ovens) From here a well kept by-road leads in a N.E. direction through the townlands of Mullagh Ruadh and Ballybritain to Castleinch

Innislinga Abbey was situated near the north bank of the Lee, one mile from Castleinch. The graveyard still remains, but the walls of the Friary are gone. It had direct communication with Kilcrea Abbey which verifies the poem of " Kilcrea ".


Game from the mountain
Meat from the pen

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Informant
Miah Mc Carthy
Gender
male
Age
62
Occupation
farmer
Address
Clashanaffrin, Co. Cork
Language
English
Location
Inishleena