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there and his grave can be seen until the present day.
At this time it was the custom that when a chieftain would die that some of his treasures should be buried with him. A few years ago some men came to Currabinny to dig up the giant's grave to see if they could find any treasures. Once they found some gold rings and a golden plate. People say that it is from this giant that Currabinny got its name.