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- Newcastle was taken from the Clan Cuin, about the twelfth or thirteenth century, by a Norman family called Day Duxeter Jordan, who owned twelve castles on Mayo; and whose chief residence were the fronters of Bally-Laghan.
The man who built Newcastle was called Coga dubh Ó Shiuirthán.
The man who lived in Newcastle had a dispute with his brother and led a regiment of soldiers, to Newcastle.
When "Coga" saw them coming he made an escape along the river towards Ballymiles;
The brother and his men pursued him with the aid of blood hound.
The blood hound found him hiding in the ford, between Ballymiles and Lismarrane, and a Ballina man shot him.
When his wife heard that he was murdered she and her child fled to Athenry.
She reared the child in ignorance of the fate of his father.
When he was twenty years old he accidentally found out about the murder of his father(leanann ar an chéad leathanach eile)Tras-scríofa ag duine dár meitheal tras-scríbhneoirí deonacha.