School: Baile Glas (Meastha), An Bhlárna (roll number 10930)

Ballyglass, Co. Cork
Máiréad, Bean Uí Bhuachalla
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0388, Page 046

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  1. There is one holy well in this parish of Grenagh, and the name of the well is St Loctain's well.
    This well is situated in Garryadeen, in a field owned by David Walsh. People visit this well on the 23rd, 24th, 25th of June. People pray at this well.
    The prayer that is said is one decade of the Rosary in five different places.
    In olden times I have heard it said that there was a man came there with a pair of crutches and left them there, and walked home, cured.
    St John's night is
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