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- My home district
Sluice quarterI live in North Kerry in the parish of Duagh in the barony of tracroconnon and in the townland of Sluicequarter.
There are eight houses in this district and in all close on ninty people. There are four slated houses and four thatched ones in the district. These all consist of stone building with three and four rooms and a kitchen.
The name most common in this district is Dillon. There is no old person over seventy there.
This is why Islandanny is called an island. An island is a land surrounded by waters. It has four streams(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.