School: Kilcullen (Convent) (roll number 11806)

Kilcullen, Co. Kildare
Na Siúracha
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0780, Page 245

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0780, Page 245

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  3. XML “Ringworm”
  4. XML “Ringworm”
  5. XML “Freckles”
  6. XML “Freckles”
  7. XML “Sprain”
  8. XML “Rheumatism”
  9. XML “Taking Out Thorns”
  10. XML “Black Eye”
  11. XML “Shingles”

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  1. keogh- the maiden name
    keogh - the married name
    son of that union has a cure for shingles a pupil out of fifth class was cured by a mr keogh. he tied a piece of thread on top of his finger then he stuck a needle into his finger and blood shot out - he said some prayers and rubbed
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