School: Manulla (roll number 14544)

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

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0095, Page 253

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drive their sheep there to have them shorn. Croc-Saesan means the town of the English. There was a dispute amongst the English students at the College of Mayo. A party of them left and resided for some time at Croc Saesan.

John Kehir, Manulla Junction
John Kehir (50), Manulla Junction

The oats crop.
First of all the farmer gets his horses and his plough and his harrow. Then he goes to the field and ploughs his land with a plough and two horses. After a week he harrows it with a harrow and one horse. Then after another week he shakes the seed. Then he harrows it with a spring tooth harrow

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Collector
Michael Armstrong
Gender
male
Address
Manulla, Co. Mayo
Informant
James Armstrong
Gender
male
Age
50
Address
Manulla, Co. Mayo
Language
English