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

Curragh, Co. Tipperary
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if you do. They arrived in Dungarvan and called at a thatched public house owned by a man named Foley. The moment Mr Foley saw Lonergan he welcomed him. Lonergan called for a drink and two other police. He left 2s 6d on the counter to pay. Oh said Foley I am standing you the drink.. So the sergeant had to stand another. Lonergan bought a colt in the fair and arrived back in Gurtacullen at 6 o'clock that evening, He had to walk with the colt.

Names of Games
Daisy Necklaces/Blowing the Danelion/Donkey
Bum Barrel/Fox and Geese/Head of Hair
Ring, a ring a Rosie/Little Piggie/The crow
Rounders/Chip, chop cherry/Here the robber coming thro
Burn Ball/One two five/Blind Tom
Draw bucket of water/Pee paw Paddy pin/Leap of the Frog
Shake the blanket/Here come the women/Cé hé sin ináirde
Bita currach/from barley land/High Gates
Soldiers/Oranges and Lemons/ Cockle Shells