School: Sruth Nua

Location:
Ardnacally, Co. Mayo
Teacher:
Tomás de Brún

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0104, Page 412

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Religious Stories
When Our Lord was buried a hen came and scraped the clay off the grave and a duck came and tried to close it but she was not able and a goose helped her. That is why the rain slide off a ducks and geese and the hen gets wet.
When Our Lord was passing He said to the men who were sowing the barley
"If anyone is looking for me say I passed the day you were sowing the corn." The staid "we will say you passed yesterday." The Lord said "tell no lie"
The did as they were told

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Collector
Mary Hogan
Gender
female
Address
Newbrook, Co. Mayo
Informant
John Hogan
Relation
unknown
Gender
male
Age
48
Address
Newbrook, Co. Mayo
Language
English