School: Kilskeer (C.) (roll number 1563)

Location:
Kilskeer, Co. Meath
Teacher:
Máire, Bean Uí Fhithcheallaigh

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0704, Page 449

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sticks made to suit these candles. They were wooden. There was a thing like a crook on it for holding a candle. There was also a "snuffer" on the candle stock for cleaning the candles.

Near Athboy there were people called Donahous who made ropes. They would get flax and prepare it. They would have to walk about 50 to 100 yds when making them.

There are people called Nicholsons living Balrath - six miles from here - whose ancestors were dyers.

Collector
Monica Darby
Gender
female
Language
English

There is a man named Michael

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