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

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

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0276, Page 224

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There is a Cillineac in Cahirkeem. A Cillineac is a place where children under seven years are buried. It is thought that there was an old Church there long ago. There were a great many old people buried in the Cillineac in the olden times as well as children. There were not any grave yards ling ago. There is a small stone put standing near every little grave and there are still to be seen

There was a man named Jim Shea living in Cahirkeen. He was a great step dancer. He used be dancing in the weddings and other dances.
He used be out fishing all the time himself and other men. They used live in the boat.
There were bunks in the boat.
One day they were coming over from Kerry

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Collector
Siobhán Ní Mhúrcadha
Gender
female
Address
Caherkeen, Co. Cork
Informant
Maighread Ní Mhúrcadha
Relation
parent
Gender
female
Address
Caherkeen, Co. Cork
Language
English