Scoil: Loch Measca

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Cathair Roibeird, Co. Mhaigh Eo
Múinteoir:
Máire, Bean an Bhrúnaigh

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A heap of stones lies over St. Fechin's well.
It is said there were graves around the site of the church. A few years ago a stone coffin was found in a sand pit in Killour.
The old people say Killour was a resting place for St. Patrick, that it was anointed by St. Fechin and used as a place of refuge by bishops and priests in times of persecution.

This old church stood in Killimor village and some old inhabitants there say that its remains - some cut stone and a portion of a wall - are in a garden. They can also point out a spot at the gable of a dwelling house where some cut stone and a cross - said to be that of a church - lie buried. However, an old man in the village says that he does not believe the church stones would ever be used in a swelling house because the old people had a belief that anything belonging to a church should be thrown away or burned.

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