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- In the townland of Fiddane there were two weavers. These men were named Barthley Queenan and Michael Fee. They had looms with which they wove the flax thread into beautiful linen.
The people in the neighbouring townlands grew the flax, scutched it and spun it, when it was ready they sent it to those men to be woven.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.