School: An Churrach (Crogh), Árd Fhionáin (roll number 7911)

Curragh, Co. Tipperary
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baby who had not been baptised. The priest then condemned her to go to the Red Sea and to drain it with a timble. She is said to be still there crying out Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.

Another Version.
There was a man in the County Waterford Sean Tadhg. He was going home from the market in Clogheen out the V road. He over took a woman on the road and he gave her a lift for he had a horse and car. After a while the horse tired and she said to him that no wonder he would that there was a ton weight in her hands and that herself was Petticoat Loose. There was a stream of water crossing the road and she said that she could not go any farther but I will met you later on. The man got afriad and he drove on as fast as he could. She had to go around where the well was

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James Corbett
Knockballiniry, Co. Tipperary