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- (ar lean ón leathanach roimhe)Smoothing IronField near my house at Hilltown. So called because it is shaped like a smoothing iron.
The GlebeA field adjoining ours at Hilltown
BrickhillSo called because clay for making bricks used to be got there
Black RoadRunning from Whitehall chapel to Bigwood and through Kiltoom. So called because of overhanging trees
The Bog FieldSo called because it is of a peaty nature. Fields in different localities are often called thus.
The KennelsAdjoining the Benison Lodge road. Formerly the Westmeath Foxhounds were housed here. Ruins of old walls are all that remain.
Stony Field Beside my house. So called because although we are constantly picking the stones there seem to be as many left.
WhitehallOrigin unknown. Old people say it got its name from a gentleman's residence which stood near where Whitehall Chapel now stands.Tras-scríofa ag duine dár meitheal tras-scríbhneoirí deonacha.