School: Baile an Daingin (C.) (roll number 4828)

Ballindine, Co. Mayo
Máire de Staic

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Mrs. A.J. Griffich Ballindine Age 36 yrs
Pupil's name Eithne Griffich Ballindine
Long ago Cloonmore belonged to the Blakes of Townhill. there was a church once there and a churchyard also where some of the cillage people were interred down by Cromwell and his soldiers. There is a cave there also on one side it is continuing over to "Jushtown" and on the other side to "Garryduff." A priest called Fr. Kelly went into the cave {first) once and found that it was devided into small little rooms, but it is now closed in as there is a road built on it. The land was very hilly and therefore the ploughing used be done such bullocks, about ninety years ago,. There was a landlord once living in Cloonmore namely