There are three forges in this district and they are built on the road side. The man that own the forge in this district is John Casey. When working he must have a good fire because it is very hard to soften iron. The fire is usually at the gable of the forge and there is a bellos near it, to blow it when it is bad. There is a crock of water in which the smith cools the red iron, when he takes it off the fire.