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- Ballymagroarty lies about a quarter of a mile south of the village of Ballintra. It is divided into two parts-Ballymagroarty Irish and Ballymagroarty Scotch, on account of part of its land being confiscated by Scotch settlers in the Plantation period. This townland has historic records dating back to the time of Saint Patrick himself.Within the boundaries of the townland, a little to the west of Racoo are the remains of an old abbey or monastery founded by St. [Columba?] in the early Christian Ages. In this sacred building the celebrated relique of that saint called [“Caiac” ?] or Battle Book was deposited by its keepers – the Mac Roarty family from which the townland derived its name.Local tradition says that this monastery owned three(leanann ar an chéad leathanach eile)Tras-scríofa ag duine dár meitheal tras-scríbhneoirí deonacha.
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