School: Maoláin (roll number 6704)

Location:
Mullaun, Co. Leitrim
Teacher:
Seán Ó Brádaigh

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0198, Page 245

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The graveyard of Kilmakerril is situated....
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where she became so exhausted that she collapsed and died. When O Farrel heard this he gathered an army and distroyed the monastery of Kill Cu. He got sorry then and went to the priest to confessino and the penance the priest gave him was that he should build another monastery, and he built one where the graveyard of Kilmakerril is now Kilmakerril probably means O'Farrell's Church.
This aluone has been collected by matt Moran, from a Mr. Roherty, who is an Irish teacher, in Manorhamilton Technical Schools.

Collector
Matthew Moran
Gender
male
Informant
Mr Roherty
Gender
male
Occupation
teacher
Language
English