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

Ballindine, Co. Mayo
Máire de Staic

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leap and jumped the river. From that day to this day that place is called. The Connaught man's leap" which no man ever jumped before or after that.

One day Denis Browne was in Ballinrobe and he was hanging the people. He was engaged to a girl named Kegan and this day he was after hanging her father. When she heard that her father was being hanged she said that she would have revenge on him They had a draper shop at this time and in it were some large rolls of tweed. At noon as she was going to her dinner she saw Denis Browne and she invited him to dinner. She let on that she was inviting him unknown to her mother. Their house was a three storey house