School: Presentation Convent, Lucan

Location:
Lucan, Co. Dublin
Teacher:
Sr Gabriel

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stopped. When she got up she saw the soap and pot-stick lying on top of the clothes. The people in this house always leave the door unlocked for in doing they can sleep peacefully (they say the ? come in at night) neither do they luck up any food. One night the whole place, and they had to get up again and open up everything. For they could not sleep with the terrible noises.

Three years ago, two men (Henry Giltrop, Main St. , Ned Diggnam ??) were coming home late at night & both were nervous (for many things were seen on the lock road) They were going along when they remembered a little lodge that nobody lived in. They entered this and prepared to make themselves comfortable for four hours sleep. They lay down one at each end of the room. After a very short time, the second heard a noise at the first man heard and told him to watch out for he thought he heard rats just then the first man

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Collector
Mary Rogers
Gender
female
Address
Lucan, Co. Dublin
Informant
Mrs Rogers
Gender
female
Age
65
Occupation
wife of Screen's and Boiler man, Shackleton's Flour Mill
Address
Lucan, Co. Dublin
Language
English
Location
Lucan