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Friars once lived there, and the rock where they used to say mass is still to be seen. Not far from the rock is a big hole where the friars used to make potéen. They had a church there also called Kilcorky. The remains of the church is there still and a graveyard was fenced in around it.
On the east side of Bellanaga? there are two Ogham stones. The writing on one is Conarati which means dog profit and the [the] root is probably from OConnor.
About two and half miles outside Bellanagoare is Rathoroghan which was the residence of the Kings of Connaught in olden times. The remains of the palace cannot be seen but there are several mounds there which are said to be the burial place of Kings and Chiefs. A big red sandstone marks the grave of King Dathy. One of the caves in Rathcroghan is said to lead down to the hill of Cais the burial place of Queen Maeve.

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