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- (continued from previous page)BallyduffyThe name of a stream about quarter of a mile away where the people of the town procured water for domestic other than drinking purposes before the waterworks came into being.
The GreenFormerly a populous area in Castlepollard contains about one sixth of its former number of houses mostly thatched.
Altho: referred to in voters' lists etc. as Green St
the natives still persist in calling it "The Green"KillafreeA graveyard adjoining the town.The TanyardAt the rear of Merriman's public house and adjoining "Loughpark" ( a stream which when in flood flushes the town sewers) is so called because a family named Fagan kept a tanyard there. The last of the family who was known to all and sundry as the "Tanner Fagan" died at Rathcreevagh about thirty five years ago.RathcreevaghA district north of here about 1 1/2 miles distant.
TrumroeA district about a mile north of Castlepollard
Durcan's FollyArea leading from The Loughpark, back of the Pollard Arms Hotel to Kinturk. So called because a man a century and a half ago named Durkin conceived the idea of draining The Loughpark by a drain leading to Kinturk. He had not proceeded far with the work when he discovered that it was too costly and he abandoned the project.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.