School: Greenanstown (roll number 10019)

Greenanstown, Co. Meath
Máiréad M.Uí Nualláin
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0685, Page 291

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  1. There was a woman named Katty Kelly who carried 16 stone of bricks from Boylans of Hilltown to Warrens of Leggenhall. She often carried three cans of water, one on her head and one in each hand.
    Another woman who lived in Greenstown was Rose Finnegan who could get under a barrel of potatoes and it lying on the ground.
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