Tobarmacduagh

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Tobarmacduagh, Kinvara – 1832

TUBBER MAC-DUACH (KINVARRA, COUNTY GALWAY). From The Dublin Penny Journal, Volume 1, Number 25, December 15, 1832. The place called Tubber-macduach, or Tobar Mhic-Duach, “the well of Duach’s son,” is situated about a quarter of a mile from Kinvarra, in the County of Galway, on the Loughrea side. Here is a small spring of water, … Continue reading

Tobarmacduagh, Kinvara – 1832

https://widgetworld3.wordpress.com/podcasts/ TOBARMACUAGH – a description by T.L Cooke of the wells at the foot of Foy’s Hill, Kinvara. The sojourner at New Quay may, on his return from Pouloushe, pay a visit to one of the wells dedicated to St. Colman, which is situated in the county Galway, a few hundred yards from the Castle … Continue reading

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