School: Stonetown, Louth (roll number 16431)

Stonetown Lower, Co. Louth
P. Ó Dubháin

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called "Croc-a-villa" and here it is suppoed to lie the bones of warriors slain in battle here "long long ago".

Strageen near Essexford.
Drum-na-Grella near Essexford in a field called "Garry-Logue"

One at Channrock disused since about 1860. 7 Storey building - completely dismantled 1916-17. Worked but a short time. Owner Fortescue.

One at the Mills of Louth on the Glyde. Disused for over a century. Only a small portion now remains. Owner - Gernon's.


Four in Kelly's land in Stonetown Lower
two in Mc Ardle's of Callanbegh.
" " Mc Geoughs I Rosslough.
Several in Lannet, Tully, & Corcreagby.
Three in Murphy's bog fields at Tommes.
Two " James Matthews, Tully.
" " Bernard " "
One " Mil. " , lawn field Muff
Some " Murphy (of Oak Gate) near the Toomes "Haunting"
" " Neary's land - in Toomes Lower
" " Matt Dooley's fiedl ("Nannie "Ruse" (Ruadh)?) in Bally Keef