School: Niall Mór (roll number 11843)

Location:
Killybegs, Co. Donegal
Teacher:
B. Mac Niallghuis

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 1039, Page 259

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from fighting the duel they dug two graves. They dug a very large one for the biggest of the (giants) chiefs.
The told the chiefs that immediately they died they would be put into the graves prepared for them, but this did not prevent the chiefs from fighting. At last the hour for the duel arrived a large crowd came to see it.
After much fighting the biggest of the chiefs fell dead. He was put into the grave prepaired for him and the stones were put over him to mark his grave.

Told by Mrs Hannah O'Boyle, Seaview House, Killybegs.
Written by Philomena Parris, Seaview House, Killybegs.

this giant was killed there but the other chiefs said "That when their fort was in Largnagreine and also the crannog that they would bury him there.
Told by;- Mrs. C. Gallagher, Killybegs
Written by;- Katie Murrin, Killybegs

Collector
Katie Murrin
Gender
female
Address
Killybegs, Co. Donegal
Informant
Mrs C. Gallagher
Gender
female
Address
Killybegs, Co. Donegal
Language
English
Location
Largynagreana