School: Drumcrow

Drumcrow, Co. Cavan
B. Boylan
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0982, Page 153

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0982, Page 153

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  1. There are not many monuments in this district but there is one in Mullyambly. It is beside a well called Saint Finnan's Well. It is a cross that is cut out on a rock. If a person goes to the well he has to bring a stone with him and leave it at it. One time a man was cured with the water and he made a cross of wood and put it beside the well. In Corrigan rocks there is a monument called Grainne's House. There is one big stone lying flat on three other stones
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