School: Cill Chuana (roll number 12782)

Location:
Kilcoona, Co. Galway
Teacher:
Liam Ó Conáin

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gold and opened the lid . He found about three hundred pieces of golden the pot. He took the gold and hid it in the corner of his own house Seán died shortly after and maybe the gold is thee yet for all I know , because it isn't many people that know where Seán hid it.

A man named Seáinín Cáit went to confession one day. The priest wasn't in the chapel so he went into the priests house. There was no one within, but the priest and the priest was in the room. There was a good piece of bacon hung over the fire
Seáinín got a chair and took it down he went out into the street and hid the breat outside the priest's gate. He came in again very slowly and the priest was yet in the room. Seáinín went into the room of her told the priest at his confession that

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Informant
Patrick Coen
Gender
male
Age
60
Occupation
farmer
Address
Luimnagh West, Co. Galway
Language
English