School: Na Creaga

Creggs, Co. Galway
Liam Ó Breandáin
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0015, Page 028

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  1. Aughgower = The place of the goats.
    baileinahowna = The village of the river.
    Talamh na mbrathar = Friar's residence.
    gurteenfada = Long little field.
    Sliabh Muire = Mary's Mountain.
    gurteen Ruckaun = Hilly little field
    Cula Spudaun = a corner of land with outside sods turned up.
    baile na hatina = Furze village.
    Skegh Ard = High trees.
    Carrow na glough = Stoney quarter.
    Carrow Keel = narrow quarter.
    Cloon Faughna = Badger's meadow.
    Kilmacrichard = The grave of Richard's son.
    Moneenroe = The little red bog.
    Glynske = The [l.] valley of the waters.
    Cloonclaun = Collin's meadow.
    Kilbegnet = A person by the name of Begnet was buried there.
    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
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    Creggs, Co. Galway