School: Leatbeg (roll number 16146)

Location:
Leat Beg, Co. Donegal
Teacher:
Mrs Peoples

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An Chuigeann

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 1091, Page 138

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An Cuigeann 24. 5. 1938
We have a churn at home. It is a fairly large churn and we have had it for thirty years and we have been churning in it all the time.
We have no other name on the churn except the one.
Our churn is four feet high, two feet across the bottom and about one and a half feet across the top.
Our churn came from Derry when it was new.
The names of the churning utensils are as follows.
The Churn.
The Churn Staff.
The Churn Lid.
The Butter dish.
The Butter Spades.
The Thermometer.
There are no marks on our churn atall neither on the sides nor the bottom.
We churn about four times

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Collector
John Morrow
Gender
male
Address
Leat Beg, Co. Donegal
Informant
William Morrow
Relation
parent
Gender
male
Age
59
Occupation
farmer
Address
Leat Beg, Co. Donegal
Language
English