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

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

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was made in Keelmacada. The monks were (to) put to flight three of them were driven to the cliffs and driven over them into the little lake now known as Lough na mbrater where they met with death and immediately after the three rocks rose up in the middle of the rock.
Others say the Lough na mbrater was the scene of a priest hunt in Cromwell's time. These priests were hiding in a cave close by. Word was given that the soldiers were on their track they immediately left their hiding place, but found they were too late. The cliffs were surrounded by soldiers. The

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Collector
Nellie Casey
Gender
female
Address
Ballylongane, Co. Kerry
Informant
John Casey
Relation
grandparent
Gender
male
Age
71
Language
English