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2 lo Collectanea.

the wells of Killone and Tromra, St. Michael wells at Kilbrecan, Cappagh (Bunratty) and the Kilmihils, St. Augustine at Kilshanny and Gallynagry, St. Bartholomew at Toberpartholauu in Rath (Inchiquin), and St. Martin at Moyarta, Ballynecally, and Lemaneagh. All the dedications to St. Joseph are modern. St. Patrick did not enter Clare, but has wells at Correen (Kilna- boy), Clooney (Bunratty Barony), and Rossalia. The following list of wells dedicated to local saints may be useful for reference. Brecan (c. 480) has wells at Noughaval near Clare Castle (Kil- brecan), Doora, and Clooney (Bunratty) ; Brenda?i (date doubtful), at Kilmoon and Farighy (Moyarta) ; Brigid, (probably the Abbess of Feenish Island, c. 550), Kiltanon, Cappafeeaun, Finnor, and Coney Island; Caimin (d. 653), Iniscaltra andMoynoe; Caritan (c. 550), Kilcredaun in Kilballyowen, Kilcredaun near O'Brien's Bridge, and Kilcredaunadober near Bunratty ; Carrol (doubtful), Kilcarrol, where a wooden image of him existed in 18 16; Colati of Tomgraney (d. 552), to the west of that village; Colman mac Duach of Kilmacduach (c. 630), Kinallia, Oughtmama (where "the three Colmans " probably originate in a confusion of texts), Teernea, Lough George, and Crusheen : Columba of lona (d. 597), Crumlin and Glen Columbcille ; Cornan (unknown), Kilcornan and Tobercornan in Gleninagh ; Croifie (unknown), Kilcrony and Liscrona in Moyarta; Cro?ian (probably of Tomgraney, c. 505), Inchicronan, Termoncronan, Killokennedy, and Corrakyle; Dioma, Kildimo ; Enda (c. 480), Killeany ; Fachtnan (doubtful), Kilfe- nora; Flannan (c. 680), Killaloe; Imer (unknown), Killimer; Inghean Baoith (c. 630), Kilnaboy, Commons, Glenseeade, Inakerstown, Killavella, Dulick (Templemaley), Kiltacky, Kil- shanny, Aglish, Moy-Ibrickan, Magowna, Ballycoree, Shalee (two), CuUaun, Castletown (Spansil Hill), Dromumna, and Quin Kirin (not Kieran), Kilkierin (locally Kilkereen) ; Lachtin, Kil namona, Kilfarboy, and Stacpoole Bridge near Miltown Malbay Loftafi (c. 580), Killaspuglonane and Derrynavahagh (Kilmoon) Luchtighern (c. 550), Tomfinlough and, probably, Moy Ibrickan Maccreehy (c. 580), Kiimacreehy, Kilmanaheen, and Inagh Maifichifi (perhaps "St. Munchin," patron of Limerick), Kilma- naheen ; Mochonna (unknown), Feakle and Moynoe ; Mochulla (c. 620), TuUa, TemplemocuUa (Clonlara), Lough Graney, Lough