School: Drumraney (roll number 13571)

Location:
Drumraney, Co. Westmeath
Teachers:
Ml Mc Garry Alice Mc Garry
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  1. There was a man living in the townsland of Bryanbeg parish of Drumraney and his name was Michael Feeney. He was noted for carrying weights one of the biggest weights he carried was fifty five tone of corn.
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  2. There was a man called William Igoe from Baylin. He was one of the most noted runners of his day. Having been victorious in all the local competitions he rivalled the soldiers in the Curragh and succeeded in defeating them.
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    Topics
    1. agents (~1)
      1. historical persons (~5,068)
    Language
    English
    Collector
    Teresa Shanley
    Gender
    Female
    Address
    Fearmore, Co. Westmeath
    Informant
    Alice Reilly
    Gender
    Female
    Age
    17
    Occupation
    Farmer
    Address
    Bryanbeg Upper, Co. Westmeath