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- XML “The Stone at Ballygarth Wood”
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- (continued from previous page)Boyne.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
- There is an old Churchyard at Irishtown and it is called Chapel Castle. There were headstones in it and about seventy years ago the present Mr Shuttleworth's father took the headstones to make windowsill's for his new house. Every morning when Mr Shuttleworth got up. The windowsills were taken out and left back in Chapel Castle. There is no entrance to this Churchyard only a big hedge round it and when people were dead they would have to be lifted across it.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
- In the wood beside Ballygarth castle there is a big stone with nine little stones around it. In the next field there was a dipper for sheep. When the night came the devil and his men came down to the dipper, and sat there and played cards.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
- Alice Lynch