School: Cill Chuimín, Durlas Éile (roll number 12538)

Kilcommon, Co. Tipperary
Donnchadh Ó Cuinnéain

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0542, Page 373

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Another told me he had seen a woman and her little son sitting in a field after both had died with fever.

Another saw a dying girl going up the hill the day of her death while she was actually in her death agony in bed.
A man who had been dead for years cried around the house the night before his farm was sold.
Such is the belief of many in the return of their dead from the great unknown.
The Banshee is firmly believed in by many.
She cries for the O’Doherty, O’Dwyer, Mc Cormack, O’Toole families. Light is a sign of Death approaching. The black Dog is a rare ghostly visitor while the Black Pig is unknown