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- Story (1)I live in Gleann na Muclach. It is about five miles from Newmarket. I do not know why it is so called. There is a glen between Gleann na Muclach east and Gleann na Muclach west. The Aba Caol runs in this glen. This is a story of something that happened in this parish, A Daly man who was "in service " at Murphy's in Relahan threw a child into a quarry while the people were at Mass. He died and had not penance done for his sin. It is said that God sent him back into this world again; probably to do his Purgatory. He started crying into the place where he did the bad deed and travelled northwards towards the Gleann Doimhin. The Gleann Doimhin is a hill about half a mile to the north of the new Chapel. The people knew his voice. One day a great crowd gathered together. They formed a ring around him by catching hands. They(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.