School: Caimthír (Camphire), Ceapach Chuinn (roll number 15129)

Location:
Camphire, Co. Waterford
Teacher:
Nóra Bean Uí Chradóig

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0636, Page 352

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Also it killed twelve cattle, besides sheep which belonged to Thomas McCarthy of Dromore, Co. Waterford.

In the year 1907 there was a severe north easterly storm. It knocked two groves of Larch timber in Tourin and knocked the thatch off many houses there.
In September 1902 there was a severe east wind which tumbled all the stacks of hay and straw.
Thunder Storms
In July 1900 there was a storm of thunder and lightning. The lightning killed a mare and foal in a field not far from my home in the townland of Camphire in the parish of Cappoquin, Co. Waterford.
Snow Storms

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Informant
Tomás Ó Núnáin
Gender
male
Age
70
Occupation
feirmeoir
Language
English