School: Naomh Seosamh, Shrule

Location:
Shrule, Co. Mayo
Teacher:
Mícheál Ó Reachtaire

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0102, Page 029

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he atá agam annseo?" ar seisean. "An tú Seán mac an [?]ógh?" "Seadh" ar seisean."Céard atá uait anois?" "Thainig mé do ingean a phósadh". Níl aon fear i gConnamara gheobhaidh í níos túisge má bhíomar ag troid indé sin. Rinneadh an pósadh ansin agus mhair siad go sásta i gConnamara agus níl fios agam ceard a tharla dóibh
Innis Mairtín Ó Ceóinín, Cathair-Mór, Cathair Lioscáinne, an scéal dom.
Pól Ó Buadhachain.

Béaloideas 3. 5 . '38

Once two brothers went to England looking for work. the were lodging,

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Moran na Scuab 3 . 5 . '38

Moran was a man who lived in Shrule. He had two sons, Pat and Mike. He was a brush-maker and he used to go to Dalgan pulling heath with his sons. He had an uncle in Headford a goldsmith who used to visit him once a week. One Friday as Moran and his sons were pulling heath they found a beautiful feather under a tree. They brought it home and showed it to their uncle. When he saw it he said if they got the bird which lost the feather Moran would

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