School: Cluain Meacan (roll number 11451)

Location:
Cloonmackon, Co. Kerry
Teacher:
Liam Ó Catháin

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0406, Page 334

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a plough in the garden, and one of the fairies told him to ride on it and he did. The plough turned into a horse and they were riding all night. They rode across bogs and mountains. They were crossing a river. The man said Style, Red Rose". At that moment the plough fell into the river and the man was drowned.

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There were two boys coming from a wake one night.

There were two boys coming from a wake one night. They had to walk about a mile along the road to their homes which were near each other. Just as they parted beautiful music began to play. One boy knocked at the door

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Collector
Kitty Barry
Gender
female
Address
Derry, Co. Kerry
Informant
Michael Daly
Age
76
Address
Kylebwee, Co. Kerry
Language
English