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

Ballindine, Co. Mayo
Máire de Staic

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put it under the churn and immediately the butter woul begin to appear on the milk. While the churning is in progress it is not right to let anyone bring a coal out of the house or to let him light his pipe in the house and then go out.
Mr Mac. Manus. Clinmore, Ballindine.
Age 53 Years
Pupils name Brigid Mac Manus

Long ago while a churning was in progress every member of the family was supposed to leave their hands in the churn dash and help with the churning. When a churning would be made and if there was not much butter in it, a harrow pen would be put in the fire. On a May