School: Cill a' Ghaimhrín (Killgevrin) (roll number 12002)

Location:
Kilgevrin, Co. Galway
Teacher:
Proinsíos P. Ó Doláin

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0042, Page 0398

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pigs and they buyer for cattle and sheep The old people say it is not lucky for the owner to give the bridle with a horse

Long ago there used to be a lot of Wild Animals in Ireland but nowadays they are not so plentiful The most common - wild animals around this district are the Deer, fox, ferret, waterdog, hare. rabbit. Hedgehog and weasel. The Deer is not very plentiful in this district. There was a deer rambling through Castle-grove wood not very long ago and it went away from that to Knock-ma. The fox is

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Collector
Delia Kennedy
Gender
female
Address
Tonmoyle, Co. Galway
Informant
Stephen Kennedy
Gender
male
Age
56
Address
Tonmoyle, Co. Galway
Language
English