School: Manulla (roll number 14544)

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

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0095, Page 275

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a weaver here since. There are a few spinning wheels in the district but they do not do any work now.

Willie Masterson, Manulla
P. Masterson (40)

There are three forges in this district. One in Belcarra one in Manulla and one in Balla. The one in Belcarra is owned by a man named Myles Fahey. The one in Manulla is owned by Thomas Fahey. The one in Balla is owned by Willie Keville. Myles Fahey's Father and grand father was a smith. Thomas Fahey's father and grand father was a smith. Willie Kevilles father was also a smith. The tools they use are a rasp a file a hammer a sledge an anvil, and a tongs for taking up the red hot iron. He has a rasp for rasping the horses hoof. He also has a knife for cutting a hoof. He has a hammer for driving miles in the

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Collector
Pat Mc Loughlin
Gender
male
Address
Kilmacrade, Co. Mayo
Informant
James Mc Loughlin
Gender
male
Age
50
Address
Kilmacrade, Co. Mayo
Language
English