School: Garryshane (roll number 1886)

Location:
Garryshane, Co. Tipperary
Teacher:
Seán Ó Súilleabháin

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0577, Page 125

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In Kilmucklin where the clerical students were buried was an old graveyard. A monastery was attached to it. A wall is still remaining with ivy growing on it.
At Kyle, Limerick Junction are the ruins of an old graveyard. The graves are still to be seen. A big stone is where the graveyard was.
At Athasel Golden are the remains of a graveyard. Walter de Burgh Earl of Ulster who died at Galway in 1271 and his son Richard the famous Red Earl who died about 1330 were buried there.