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Scoil: Edengorra (uimhir rolla 9597)

Suíomh:
Edengora, Co. na Mí
Múinteoir:
Michael Hetherton

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Edengorra | Bailiúchán na Scol

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Bailiúchán na Scol, Imleabhar 0710, Leathanach 055

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Ar an leathanach seo

(ar lean ón leathanach roimhe)

the lime fell out on the ground. The owner then came along and took the lime away in his cart and spread it on his land, there being not artificial manure then as there is nowadays.

Local names of fields as collected by Edengorra School Children and written by the compiler of this book.


(Field) Name - Where Situated
Why it was so called? or anything connected with it

(1) BROCUIGHTHE -
Cormeen, Moynalty in James Skelly's land
In this field a well sprung up and a woman washed a pair of stockings in it. The well disappeared and afterwards sprung up in the next field

(2) CARRAIG MHÓR
Newtown, Kilmainhamwood in John MacMahon's land
A big rock is situated in this field

(3) BUACHALÁIN
Coroneary, Kingscourt in John Connor's land
The Rag Wort weed grows profusely in it

(4) LÉANA BEAG
Corcar Kilmainhamwood in Pat Cusack's land
It is a small meadow

(5) CNOC na GLOINE
Shancor, Kilmainhamwood in Thomas Cusack's land
It is said there is glass to be found in one corner of the field

(6) CNOC na MUICE
Aughamore, Kilmainhamwood in Kate MacConnell's land
It was a place that the old people used to feed pigs

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