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Stone Circle (Destroyed)


Liam Price visited the circle in 1929 and was unimpressed:

"Whiteleas. The stone circle is S of Whiteleas House, about 600yds, and just N of the county boundary. It is a roughly raised circular piece of ground with a number of boulders in disorder about it, and two or more in the centre. A very rough monument. Lord W. Fitzgerald mentions it. The only noticeable thing about it is there are two white quartz boulders on N part, and one on E."
21st April 1929

The Liam Price Notebooks – The placenames, antiquities and topography of County Wicklow
Edited by Christiaan Corlett and Mairéad Weaver
2002 Dúchas, The Heritage Service
ryaner Posted by ryaner
29th March 2014ce
Edited 30th March 2014ce

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