School: Beannchor Iorrais (roll number 13684)

Location:
Bangor, Co. Mayo
Teacher:
Mícheál Mac Énrí

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Beannchor Iorrais | The Schools’ Collection

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0133, Page 251

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All the children will have a mother and she will send them to the well for water and they will see the Ghost and they will run home and tell their mother and she will tell them get candles and they will run to the well again and the Ghost will follow them and the one the Ghost would catch that one would be the Ghost and they would keep on playing like that.

Collector
Eibhlín Ní Mhaoilearca
Gender
female
Address
Cloontakilla, Co. Mayo
Language
English

Wall Flowers is played by a number of children who stand round in a ring and they say a rhyme. Wall Flowers, Wall Flowers, growing up so high, me and my baby shall never

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