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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0263, Page 100

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boats to order. He had a few of his own home made boats on Shadlock Lake during his own life time. Also in this village a relative of his made clogs for the people of the locality.
In most of the villages around here the women carded wool and made it into thread. A few weavers were in the district & they made it into flannel.
In the village of Kilbridge the women and girls sprigged linen with their needles for Caps and petticoats.

Informant
Michael Noone
Gender
male
Age
52
Occupation
farmer
Address
Kiltultoge, Co. Roscommon
Language
English