School: Cuan an Bhainigh (Bannow)

Carrick, Co. Wexford
Tomás Breatnach

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And God will reward you a thousand times over,
And bless your own homes as He only knows how,
So please in your charity save from affliction,
Those widows and orphans who are suffering now.
And a prayer too for those who died so unselfishly,
Their memories cherish and fondly revere,
And entreat the Creator to save from such dangers,
Our humble sea coast men for many a year.

There was a man named Andrew Cullen coming home from a circus in Taghmon. When he was passing by Wellington Bridge he heard a voice call him three times. He knew the voice well, it had been a friend of his, who had been dead four days

There is a ruin of an old malt house in Verneglye. It is called the Old Quay. Long ago boats used to come in and the

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Patrick Eustace