School: Naomh Seosamh (Buachaillí)

Glennamaddy, Co. Galway
S. Ó Deagha
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0017, Page 445

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0017, Page 445

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  1. (continued from previous page)
    in the air.
    The blacksmiths shoe horses, asses and foals, mules.
    My parents do not know whether the blacksmiths long ago had any right to anything more that other people.
    The people used make presents to blacksmiths above other people.
    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
  2. There are four forges in Glenanaddy The names of the blacksmiths are Tom Walsh, Bill Keaveny, Pat Conneally, and Roddy Fahy.
    Two of them are in the town and two in the country.
    All the forges are galvanised. There are double doors in the forge and one fireplace.
    The bellows are not made in this place but are bought.
    (continues on next page)
    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
    1. activities
      1. economic activities
        1. trades and crafts (~4,680)
          1. smithing (~2,389)
    Paul Brady
    Glennamaddy, Co. Galway