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meaning plain of the Graves.
It got its name because there was a battle fought on top of the hill and the people were thrown inside the wall without coffin or shroud. CARRAIG A' COBHALIAIG
Meaning Rock of the Fleet.It got its name when the Danish Fleet landed on the rock outside the castle. It was in Carrigaholt that Lord Clare's yellow dragoons were drilled and trained. Carrigaholt was attacked twice by the English first in 1600 and again in 1652 by Captain Ludlow.RATH-UNA [ Rahona East, Rahona West ] The fort of Una.
It is said that an old woman was living in the fort called Una and that is how it got its name. KILCREDANE [ Kilcredaun ]
got its name from the blessed well of Saint Criodan.CLOUNCUNEEN
Glen of the rabbits.CROSS
There was a gallows erected to hang a woman long ago.REHY
Long ago there was no lighthouse in Kilcredane and the people of(leanann ar an chéad leathanach eile)Tras-scríofa ag duine dár meitheal tras-scríbhneoirí deonacha.
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