School: Gleann Doire (C.) (roll number 10404)

Location:
Glenderry, Co. Kerry
Teacher:
Cáit Bean Uí Gléathabhúir

Filter stories

Back
/ 08_034 Forward
Resolution: Low | High
Gleann Doire (C.) | The Schools’ Collection

Archival Reference

The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0417D, Page 01_026

Image and data © National Folklore Collection, UCD. See copyright details »

On this page

(continued from previous page)

tombs, which are still the burial place of the Corridon family.
The tombs which are three in number are situated within the wall and outside it, is one high mound resembling a grave or tomb, supporting on top a conical slab about three feet high.
On a niche on this slab is a smooth circular stone about as large as an orange which is still used as a mascot or talisman by the Corridon family in times of sickness or disaster of any kind.
According to legendary

(continues on next page)
Collector
Eily Godley
Gender
female
Informant
Thomas Bowler
Gender
male
Age
80
Address
Glenderry, Co. Kerry
Language
English
Location
Glenderry