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- (continued from previous page)Churchill, when there wouldn't be a Denny there to hear it.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
- St Anne's Protestant Church is in Blennerville. It is about 10 years since service was held there.
On Good Friday, large crowds of people were to be seen coming in carts, and traps etc, from Tralee, Killarney, Listowel, and Castleisland. Music and hymns were to be heard, until the late hours of the evening. The Church was the Parish Church at this time. As years went on, the crowds grew smaller, until, at last, there was not any Protestans left to attend.
Most of the inhabitants of Blennerville were Protestants at this time, and Julians lived there.
The house in which Mullins now live, was a Police Station in those days, and the Harp and Crown was to be seen over the door.
McCarthy was a Harbour Master, and also a "souper".
It is about 40 years since the old Windmill(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
- Patrick Moriarty
- Over 80