School: Carrickatee (roll number 16481)

Location:
Carrickatee, Co. Monaghan
Teacher:
Éamonn Ó Dubhthaigh

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0941, Page 195

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them but all to no avail.
He went up to the top of the field then and took the bread which was on the ditch. When he went down again the horses continued their work without any more disturbance. Every day until the field was ploughed, bread was left for him on the ditch. He said that this bread was extremely nice and sweet.

Once upon a time a man who lived in Carrickatee went to England in search of work. To his disappointment he could not find suitable employment. Then he deaded to return to Ireland. He spent almost all his money in England and he had only the price of the boat

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Collector
Kathleen Mc Mahon
Gender
female
Address
Greagh, Co. Monaghan
Informant
James O' Brien
Gender
male
Address
Greagh, Co. Monaghan
Language
English