School: Athboy

Location:
Athboy, Co. Meath
Teacher:
Pilib Ó Néill, Tomás Ó Domhnalláin

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Athboy | The Schools’ Collection

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0696, Page 319

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Córa: This place is situated five miles from Athboy. It is on the Kells road. It is a lot of fields together with houses in them.

Roisin: It is in Cloran. It is a little field with two houses on it. There is a hill in it called Roisin Dubh.

Weldon's Bush: This is called Weldon's bush because on a Sunday morning a man named Weldon cut his throat there.
Cloca Breae: This is the name of a boy about six miles from Athboy.

Gailee: is the name of a bog about seven miles from Athboy.
Crocan Darye: This is the name of a field in Martinstown about three miles from Athboy.
Colla Lane: This is the name of a field in Martinstown about one mile from Athboy.

Collector
Thomas Farrell
Gender
male
Language
English
Location
Athboy

Park Grainne: This is the name of a field in Clonmore, Kildalkey.

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