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- A newly married couple on their way home from the Church will not pass over the bridge of Ballinasack in the townland of Ross in this parish.
The lucky days for marriages are Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
It is said that it is supposed to be lucky to have
And something blue.”
It was also supposed to be lucky to break some article such as a chime cup at the wedding feast.
Long ago when there were no motor cars the newly married couple came from the chapel on a side-car. The guests that were invited to the wedding always went to meet them on horses and cars and on horse-back. When they were coming near the house there was a race to see who was first for the bottle of whiskey. There was always a wedding feast which(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.