School: Baile Uí Dhuibh, Kilmeaden (roll number 13636)

Ballyduff West, Co. Waterford
Caitlín Madders

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0650, Page 285

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(that) night, and went into the stable until morning.
The people of the house were in bed before the horse were in bed before the horse came and it was in the morning that they found he had come home.
So, early that morning they went to look for him, and they found him below the Sweep.
He was covered with snow when they found him, and he had the money bag on his back, with all the money in it.
He was buried in Ballyduff and they had to make a passage through the snow to let his funeral pass.

In the month of June in the year 1894 there was a fierce thunderstorm which caused a lot of damage. It was very warm weather a few weeks before the storm and the day the storm began it was very warm but in the early part of the

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Mr Michael Murphy
Kilmoyemoge East, Co. Waterford