School: Naul (roll number 1170)

Location:
Naul, Co. Dublin
Teacher:
C. Mac Fhíonntaigh

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0787, Page 68

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In time of coach travelling the coach robbers had a hiding-place at Balgaddy.

The old coach road runs by Balscadden.
The foregoing was collected by
Chas McGinty, Naul from F. Shaw(?)

BALLYBOUGHAL
BARONY-Balrottery West.
Fields.
Malahow Townland. (Paul Pariah)
THE DAME FIELD. So called because the Dames are supposed to have rested there.
BROOMFIELD (mile from Ballyboughal). So called because brooms or plants from which brushes were made are said to have grown there. No present evidence or trace of this.
THE HOP YARD. (In Ballyboughal). So called because there was said to be a distillery for the brewing of hops there. Is said to have existed about two hundred years ago.
(More probable). Others say that hops grew there.

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Language
English
Location
Ballyboghil