School: Manulla (roll number 14544)

Location:
Manulla, Co. Mayo
Teacher:
Seán Mac an Adhastair

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0095, Page 221

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Mór. The field near the river. Ar Crocár Mó. Carácan huke. The two mashes. The busy hill. The long acre. The small garden. The long hill. The paircrann. gleann na cairrge. The long meadow. The comen hill. The long acre. The well park.

A pan of gold in the convent grounds. There is a strange story told about this gold. Once upon a time when the robbers were in Ireland they went up to where the ruins were to take all they had. They gathered up all the gold and put it into a big pot. After that they went down to the river and they dropped it in and and it went to the bottom. It is in front of the priests house now but no one ever found it. Long ago when the gold was long hid a man went down for it but he did not

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Collector
Patrick Masterson
Gender
male
Address
Manulla, Co. Mayo
Informant
Patrick Masterson
Gender
male
Age
40
Address
Manulla, Co. Mayo
Language
English