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- (ar lean ón leathanach roimhe)never been a fish killed in the pool since.
Monk’s Ford. This is where the Monks used to cross the river. It is situated below the Eel Weirs at the Mickey’s Gap. It is below the Monk’s Ford. It was so called because an old man named Mickey made a pass down to the river.
The “Tail of the Island” is below the townland of the Mullins.
Clark’s Cot is on the other side of the point of the Mullins.
Sod ditch is below “Cossnawanny”. It is a ditch made of sods.
Mash Road is below “The Mullin House. It is said to have taken its name from a red clay hill above the pool.
Nova Scotia. It was so called because it is always rough. It is below Mush Road.
The Sally bush is a bush where sallies grow. It is below Mickey’s Gap. It was so called because sallies grow there.Tras-scríofa ag duine dár meitheal tras-scríbhneoirí deonacha.