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- (continued from previous page)They go around it on their knees and they say a few "hail Mary's" every time they go around it. It is very sweet water to drink. When the people are leaving it they leave a red rag on a bush which grows near it. The stations the people do around it is like the stations they do at the Beaugh well.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
Local Monuments.18th May 1938.
In the village of Kildaree Williamstown, Co. Galway, there is a graveyard and it is supposed that two kings were buried in it and that there is a big stone over them.Before it was put over them they had a fight near it and when one cut the head off the other it fell on the stone and(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.