Many thanks to our neighbours in Collinamuck Community Group for providing the questions for this week. Answers will be posted here on Friday, 3 July 2020.
1. What purpose was Collinamuck church building first used for?
2. How old is the Lees Island log boat?
3. Name the 7 families that left Corrnellistrum, Collinamuck, Cloonmore, Killannin, Pollough and Burnthouse for Co. Meath in 1937 as part of the resettlement scheme being undertaken by the Irish Land Commission?
4. What was the ancient name for Burnthouse?
5. Name the 3 Holy Wells in Ower, Cloonmore, and Collinamuck?
6. What is considered the most important component when making poteen?
7. How much was the license fee to run the knockferry/Kilbeg ferry in 1819?
8. Where did Collinamuck get its name from?
9. Name the Tuam Achbishop who used to cross the Corrib at Knockferry to say mass and who proposed the erection of a bridge there?
10. Where in the area can you find a causeway (Tohar) and bridge and who had it built?