SKETCHES FROM IRELAND 1847 PROCEEDS FOR STARVING OF CAHERAGH, INCLUDING POEM ‘THE HOLY WELLS’\
Rounds, Holy Wells, at Rooska, Moulivard and Father Bernane from 1938 School Folklore Collection, Carrigboy National School, Durrus, West Cork.
Pishógs (Pre-Christian Taboos), Old Cures, Holy Wells from Sherkin Island, West Cork.
The Bishop of Cork , John Murphy, wrote on the 9th June 1817, to the parish priest of Inchigeela, Macroom, the Reverend. Jeremiah Holland. He imposed the penalty of excommunication on those who attended the Pattern at Gougán.
The Reverend Alcock, Church of Ireland Minister, Journey in a Gig from Durrus to Gougán Barra, West Cork, 1827, aftermath of Whiteboys 1823 at Keimineagh, attempts to use Irish Testament complaint about futility of Holy Wells unsuccessful attempt to set up Irish school in the area.
Lough Hyne Holy Wells
Devotions to Father Bernane, Moulivard, Durrus, 28th June, Holy Well Visitation at Kil-na-Comoge, Kealkil, Lady’s Day 15th August, Pilgrimage to St. Finbarr, Gougán Barra, West Cork, 25th September.