Situation and Name; Old Church; Square tower attached to west end.
Holy wells in the Parish; Oilean
(Inis) na gCananach or Canon Island, on which is an Abbey founded
by Donnell O’Brien, King of Limerick,
in 12th century; Inscription in Gothic letters at do.; Inisluaidhe
(Inishloe) east of Canon Island, mentioned in St. Senan’s Life
as containing a Church but at present having nothing remaining on
it but an old tree believed to have been blessed by St. Senan; Inistubrid
mentioned in same Life; Inis da Drom (the Island of the Two Backs)
now often called Coney Island – set down in list of castles
of Thomond in MS. Trin. Col. Dub. as belonging to Tege Mac Conor
Old Churches on Do., one on the east side and another on the south;
Crovraghan, mentioned in College list of castles as “Croberighane” a
castle belonging to Tege Mac Conor O’Brien; The castle now
levelled to the foundations; Townlands in this and the adjoining
in O’Brien’s Rental published by Mr. Hardiman.