School: Kilmacanogue, Bray

Kilmacanoge, Co. Wicklow
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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0913, Page 027

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the new road stands a stone with a small cross cut in it (some say it was removed from the Old road while others are of the opinion that it was cut out and put up there when the new road was made) for the purpose of keeping up the old custom of laying down the corpses when going to be buried and reciting the

On the other side of the New road, a little to the north of the green, stands the site of the houses in which General Wolfe of Quebec celebrity was born.
At the Southern extremity of Kilmurry bordering on Calary are two ruins which are popularly called Leghteampall and (or) the Monasteries.
These ruins stand in two adjacent fields, separated by a narrow lane (Red Lane). They lie east and west of each other in the Kelly's and Whelan's land, that in the west forming a square of thirty two yards

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