School: Carnadough (B.), Newtowncashel

Cornadowagh, Co. Longford
P. Eustace
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0753, Page 429

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    evictions in my townland. Their houses were pulled down, and they were left to seek shelter in the hillsides, and from their neighbours. The tenants were friendly with the landlord, but they hated the agent, as he was a terrible tyrant. The townlands he held possession of in this parish were :- Derrygowna, Caltra, Caltramore, Derryhawn, Forthill, Curlea, Estate and part of Cornaddough. Although King Harman pulled down some houses, he built houses for more of his tenants.
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  2. The following are our farm animals, cows, cattle, horse, donkey, goat and pigs.
    The cows:- The cows are the most useful of all animals of the earth, but some people treat her very cruelly. During the Winter
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    1. activities
      1. economic activities
        1. agriculture (~2,659)
          1. animal husbandry (~2,587)
    Séamus Mac Suibhne
    Derrygowna, Co. Longford