School: Grangegeeth (roll number 2630)

Location:
Grangegeeth, Co. Meath
Teacher:
Seósaimhín, Bean Uí Dhubhghaill

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0714, Page 441

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Has seen about a dozen small willow-pattern plates and a few large ones which are over 100 years old at the residence of Mr. Patrick Kealy, Newtown, Collon.

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Has sent to school for inspection: ...

Has sent to school for inspection:-
An Iron Grisset - which she says must be 200 (two hundred) years old. It is in a splendid state of preservation).
It is of oblong shape - about ten inches by four with a handle at right angles to the length and itself about nine inches long.
It is supported by three legs each about two inches long.
It was used for making old rush-candles.

Informant
Mrs Sillery
Gender
female
Age
75
Address
Grangegeeth, Co. Meath
Language
English