The Castle Meadow - in Clonmines,
because one of the seven castles of Clonmines was built on it.
because there is a rath in it.The Christening stone - in Coolbrook.
So called because it is believed that in olden times children were christened there. The stone at which they were believed to be christened is still there.Chapel Field : Coolbrook.
It is believed a chapel stood there at one time.Moíne Mór - Coolbrook,
boggy + turf-like.Paírcín : favourite names for small fields commonly used in locality.Bán Sídheóg : Ballyknock,
believed to have been the residence of a fairy.Chapel field : McCormacks
A chapel is believed to have stood there, remains still to be seenTobar na gCapall - Busherstown,
a well which was a favourite drinking place for horses.
Curry's Hill - in Rosegarland.
it is said that a man by the name of Curry was shot on this hill long ago.Corrigein field. in Kildery.
there is a small rock in it.Bloody field :- in Rosegarland.
it is said that a
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