The location is definitely Ballynabrennagh:
Modern street view of the hamlet at Ballynabrennagh Upper (at the road, at the SC border of the townland).
Michael Callaghan meeting Helen Sallis at the O'Callaghan house at Ballynabrennagh.
Photo 1994. See full size.
Courtesy of Lynton Sallis. See back.
Helen Sallis wrote: "He took us up the lane to see the remains of the old original farmhouse which he said was over 200 years old and had not been lived in for over 50 years. Inside it had a high wood-lined mansard ceiling, was very dark and the room quite large. There were several very old holy pictures on the walls - The Holy Family, Mother Mary and Jesus and there was a small lamp burning beside the picture of Jesus. It was interesting that no-one had lived there for 50 years but someone, probably Michael's wife, kept the flame alight."
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