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

Ovens, Co. Cork
Maud Mc Guire

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0345, Page 381

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and Castle. Through the passage the Kilcrea monks passed when fleeing from Kilcrea abbey.
Locally, it is believed that the monks hid treasures of gold, etc, in those underground passages.

Clashanafrin - Mass was celebrated in the Clais during the Penal Days.
The Flag Field - Situated in Currabeg, so called because in bygone ages a giant threw an immense flag from Gairbheac Wood (miles from Currabeg) which alighted in this field.
Locán Buidhe - A road near Kilumney, where an extensive yellow flood forms - remaining for days - when heavy rain occurs.