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School: Fadhbach, Caisleán na Mainge (roll number 10016)

Location:
Fybagh, Co. Kerry
Teacher:
Ml. Ó Tíodhcháin

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0432, Page 358

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He would get his back take each fish in turn and pull them across the fire two or three times. He would then eat them up bones and all.
It is said that he could go in one hop from Laca back to Focaire.

Oisin was Fionn's son and he was one of the Fianna also. One day Oisin was going back to Ballyarkane strand Co Kerry when a woman came up to him riding on a white horse.
She asked his name and she ten told him that her name was Niam Cinn Oir and she came to carry him to her own country Tir na n-og and he consented.
After three hundred years he asked to be left home to see his friends for he thought it was only three months since he came there first.
He came riding on a white horse.He was told before he came that if he touched the Irish ground he would be punished sorely for it
When he was going up the

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Collector
Patrick Foley
Gender
male
Address
Shanahill, Co. Kerry
Informant
Jeremiah D. Foley
Relation
grandparent
Gender
male
Age
81
Address
Shanahill, Co. Kerry
Language
English