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- Cnoc an Airgead -This hill derives its name from the pot of gold which is supposed to be hidden there. The hill belongs to John Power. It was said that a black man would find the money.
An t-ÁrThis field gets its name from the battle which was fought there long centuries ago.
Pairc an Leasa -This field gets its name from the earthen fort which is in the same field.
Gairdin na h-EalaThis is the garden of the hollow frequented by swans before the swamp was drained.
Paric na Gamhainín -The field of the calves.
Leat Coille -The reason why this field got its name is that it is a kind of wood situated close by the road in the same townland.
Pairc an Tobar -This is the field of the wellPairc an Capaill -This is the field where all the horses of the farm are kept.Páirc an Coireal -This is the field of(leanann ar an chéad leathanach eile)Tras-scríofa ag duine dár meitheal tras-scríbhneoirí deonacha.
- Agnes Power