School: An Baile Mór (roll number 11193)

Ballymore Lower, Co. Donegal
D. E. Tate
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 1077, Page 240

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    scoop, and put into a butter dish. It is washed well with cold water to take all the butter milk out of it. Then there is a little salt put into it. It is made up into half pounds and pounds with butter spades. Some of it is sold in the shops and the remainder is kept for household uses.
    Martha Moffitt
    Recieved from-:
    Margaret Moffitt
    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.