School: Windgap (C.), Thomastown (roll number 5698)

Location:
Windgap, Co. Kilkenny
Teacher:
Bean Mhic Eóin

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0851, Page 294

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When they got her down they laid her across the fire and burned her to ashes. The idea the husband had, was he thought the real wife would come back. Seven men and one woman were concerned with the murder. The seven men got eighteen years and the woman got one year. Today the men are dead and the woman is alive.

into the River Suir. A couple of days after the coffin was found floating and it empty
So about a fortnight after the police found Nell Jackman confeained to the Sally Islands. Strong inquire were found by the police
But from that day till this no one every found or heard any thing about Nell Jackman.

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Collector
Annie O' Neill
Gender
female
Informant
Robert Jackman
Gender
male
Age
circa 56
Address
Knockroe, Co. Kilkenny
Language
English