School: Teamhair, Áth Treasna

Taur, Co. Cork
Dd. Ó Súillleabháin
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0351, Page 466

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  1. James Daly, John McAuliffe and D. M Lane of
    the Commons. Newmarket Co. Cork were each able to
    mow an acre of hay in a day
    Told by Nora OSullivan Glenlara, Newmarket.
    obtained same from her father John O'Sullivan

    Lott Ahern of Cummer Meelin Co. Cork is able to mow an
    acre and a half of hay in a day
    Told by Corn McAuliffe Cummer. Newmarket Co. Cork
    obtained same from his father Jerh. McAuliffe Cummer
    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
    1. agents (~1)
      1. historical persons (~5,068)
    Cornelius Mc Auliffe
    Jeremiah Mc Auliffe
  2. A number of noted dancers lived in the locality.
    namely. Michael Daly of Inchintotane. Timothy Finnucan
    of same address, a family named Keneally the
    majority of whom emigrated and won several prizes
    for dancing in America.
    Mrs. Ml Walsh Glenlara
    Mrs. Hannah O'Keefe "
    Patrick Latchford Taur
    John O'Callaghan Glasheenanareged
    The above were taught by James Fitzgerald and
    Denis Lane of Glounakeele.
    Dancing schools were held in the different areas
    by the above teachers in farm house and in barns
    where the pupils assembled for instruction. The pupils
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