School: Baile na Sagart, Lios Mór

Location:
Feagarrid, Co. Waterford
Teacher:
G. Armstong

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0636, Page 102

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a lantern and went out. He took the sods and stones that were at one side of it. he found crocks of gold covered a griddle. There was writing on the griddle. The writing was that there was more gold to be found at the other side of the bush.
They found more gold on that fence. The fence is called Claude Oreac[??].

Once upon a time, there lived a woman whose sister was sick. This woman had three or four children in family.
One day she was going to see her sister and the youngest little boy asked her where she was going. She said that she was going to hell for a bag of flour and that himself could follow her with the bag.

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Informant
Mr James Byrne
Relation
unknown
Gender
male
Address
Ballysaggart More, Co. Waterford
Language
English