School: Collon (roll number 14579)

Location:
Collon, Co. Louth
Teacher:
Bean Uí Mhathúna

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0676, Page 216

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the morning, it's the sign, of a good day, if the robin sits on the top of the bush in the morning and sings, or if the cocks crow early, in the morning both denote a good day.

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St Enda of Arran, was born a Ashville Collon, Co, Louth, the Mc Clure family lived at the Factory Hill Collon.

St Enda of Arran, was born a Ashville Collon, Co. Louth, the Mc Clure family lived at the Factory Hill Collon.
Dr. Lyons Bisoph of Kilmore was born at Belpatrick near Collon.
The famous John Boyle O'Reilly was born at Douth Drogheda, County Meath.

Collector
Brigid Maguire
Gender
female
Address
Leabby Cross, Co. Louth
Language
English

The relatives of Mc Cluaire who discovered the North West Passage were natives of Collon, Drogheda, Co. Louth.
John, Boyle O'Reilly's father lived where the present old barrick ruins stand.
St Enda who founded a school on Arran was born at Ashfield a few miles

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