School: Mulhuddart (roll number 16675)

Mulhuddart, Co. Dublin
Tomás Ó Broin

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0790, Page 69

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in the waters of the well. When he had been cured he placed a statue of Our Blessed lady and a small oil lamp there.
Another man named Mr Lyster of Stoneybatter was cured with the waters. He was suffering from Rheumatism. He took home some water from the well and rubbed a portion of the water on the aching spot one a day. During the time he prayed to the Blessed Virgin. After some time the Rheumatism was cured.
On some sunday evenings people come and visit the well.
One sunday evening Mr Delaney and his family paid a visit to the well. There was broken glass strewn around the well and the visitors walked around the well barefooted. During the rounds they were reciting the rosary. Sometimes one of them would kneel in front of the well for a time. It is said that Miss Ellen Carr

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