School: N. Seosamh, Cill Lasrach (roll number 16289)

Location:
Killasser, Co. Mayo
Teacher:
S. Mac Carrghamhna

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0126, Page 158

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funeral before long.
12. Pipes brought to the grave yard should be left there and not taken home.
13. A person who stumbles and falls in the graveyard is suspected to die soon.
14. If a con dies people shouldn't be displaces as the con was taken instead of one of the family.

A man named Neary, who lived on the banks of the Moy believed to be in Ballinacurra and convenient to the bridge which crosses the Moy at Ballinacurra had a sharp notice from landlord for his accents.
In order to procure the rent he took his oats to the market of Swinford by means of his donkey and cart. Before he reached the town, he was met by three strange men, who asked him where he was going. When the strangers learned from him the nature of his business they offered to buy the oats from him. The directed him to follow

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Collector
Joseph P. Caron
Gender
male
Informant
Mrs James Peyton
Gender
female
Age
58
Address
Dromada (Gore), Co. Mayo
Language
English