||"Pinkman: Doire-an-mhaoir = Wood of the steward. The maor, or steward, was a very important person in olden times. His office was, generally, hereditary, and in payment he was allotted a certain portion of land. Derrinweer townland lies beside Drumkeeran town. There is a holy well in this townland called Tobar-bheo-Aodha (Puteus vivi Aidi). The well of St. Beod, or St. Beoy, as he is called locally. This is the Saint who was Bishop of Ardcarne, near Boyle, and who died AD 523 (Four Masters). Many wells in this parish of Innismagrath were dedicated to him, and his Feast was honoured on March 8th. On the small island, called Inch, in Lough Allen, are the ruins of a Church, said to have been built by this Saint. In this townland of Derrinweer there is, also, an old graveyard called Aghalacky, Achadh-leachaigh, field of the stones or flagstones. "