School: Killinaboy (roll number 12557)

Location:
Killinaboy, Co. Clare
Teacher:
Donncha Ó Céilleachair

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0614, Page 348

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Luibheanna
The plants and herbs most common in this district are
Earball Chait, Slanlas, Cupóg, Neantóg, Brím Fhéar, Praiseach Bhuidhe, Neantóg Chaoch, Cumpaire, Gleorán, Garlic, Biolar, Pore-hound, Lus na Pingine, Meacon na gCaorach, Meas Torc, Meacon na tahú, The Tansy, Dwarf Elder, Fleach, Robin Rum The Hedge, Crow foot, Feóchadán

Collected by: Seán O’Cathair, Commons South.
Told by: -John Cahir, Commons South (his father)
(65 years)

Thistles and Praiseach Buidhe grow in good land. Rushes and ferns grow on poor ground. Lion’s paw, St Patrick’s leaf, the dock leaf and Dandelion grow on fertile soil.

Collected by:- Eamon O’Nialláin, Roughan.
Told by: Edward Neylon, Roughan, (his father).
(52 years)

Collector
Eamon Ó Nialláin
Gender
male
Address
Roughan, Co. Clare
Informant
Edward Neylon
Relation
parent
Gender
male
Age
52
Address
Roughan, Co. Clare
Language
English