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Suíomh:
Cill Tartan, Co. na Gaillimhe
Múinteoir:
Mícheál Ó Tuathaigh

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St Colman's well is situated in a little village called Corker, in the Parish of Kiltartan.
This holy well is surrounded by a little house, surmounted by a small cross.
In the middle of this house is the well, and on many old trees around the well which are supposed to be holy and about thirty feet from the well, is a small cross which marks where St. Colman was born.
The "rounds" are done on his feast day, which is the 29th of October and the people of Kiltartan make a holiday of it always.
When the people go to the well the first thing they do is to go into the house where the well is and kneel down and pray. After some time they go out and begin to do the "rounds".
They walk round the well seven times repeating each time Our Father, One Hail Mary and one Gloria. Then they make the circuit of the limestone cross near the well five times, repeating at each round one our Father, one Hail Mary and one Gloria. A short distance north east of the well are two trees which the people call blessed trees. The pilgrims go round those trees three times saying one our Father, one Hail Mary and one Gloria

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Bailitheoir
Patrick Smyth
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Baile Uí Laoigh, Co. na Gaillimhe
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