School: Inch Island

Location:
Carrickanee, Co. Donegal
Teacher:
Pádraig S. Mac Fhinn

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The Farland Bank

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 1110, Page 150

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The Farland Bank.
After the Farland Bank was made and shut. A lump fell out of the side towards our house. John Mc Grory was walking along the bank and he heard the shot, he was in a field when it busted. It was a hundred years since it was made. The priests had to come in boats and some of them had to ride over on horseback. Trady bank was the first banck was made Newton bank was the next. There was a railway on to the Farland Bank......
Pupil May Robinson
Baylett Inch
told by (Mrs) Annie Robinson
Baylett Inch

Collector
May Robinson
Gender
female
Address
Baylet, Co. Donegal
Informant
Annie Robinson
Gender
female
Address
Baylet, Co. Donegal
Language
English