School: Urhan (C.) (roll number 12260)

Location:
Urhin, Co. Cork
Teacher:
Eimile Ní Urdail

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got sick again and died. It is said that was the cause of his death

Long ago there was a rock in [?]. That rock was thrown across from Kerry to that place behind the hill It was about eight ton weight. Once a man was building a house. He had a crows of men working. He said to them "Wouldn't that be a fine stone for the corner of the house. Then the men got crowbars and went to take up the stone. They put the crowbars under it and raised it up. They saw a lot of Rosary beads under it. One of them men said to leave it there that they would get some other stone for the corner of the house. A part of that rock is still to be seen.

Collector
Cait Ní Suileabain
Gender
female
Address
Caherkeen, Co. Cork
Informant
Cait Bean Ní Suilleabháin
Relation
parent
Gender
female
Age
40
Address
Caherkeen, Co. Cork
Language
English