School: Clochar na Trócaire, Moyderwell, Tráighlí

Moyderwell, Co. Kerry
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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0440, Page 411

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In the lowland of Mountenry there was a field called "Kileen's" It was in the Blifford's farm. In this field there was a lot of small pebbles. It was said it was unlucky to take a pebble. This man whose name was Michael Blifford was passing the fields and he took up a pebble. He went home and that night as he was in bed, he saw the beautiful white lady outside the window. He was shaving himself inside the window the following day and the lady was still there. He searched everywhere for the pebble. He got it outside the window, He took it down

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