School: Ss. Peter & Paul (B.), Balbriggan

Balbriggan, Co. Dublin
Liam Cadhla
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0783, Page 303

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  2. litte stream in N. Co. Dublin known as Delvin River.
    Upon its banks St. Patrick was wandering; Dined in house of Sescnen - fell asleep afterwards on brink of stream.
    Aenignus son of SESCNEN searched for him - plucked flowers & laid on breast - Patrick awoke & predicted "He will be my heir". Aenignus known afterwards as St Aenignus the poet. Saint of Ireland was Patrick 's life long companion & his successor.
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