School: Faythe (roll number 11361)

Location:
The Faythe, Co. Wexford
Teacher:
An tSr. Columcille

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0882, Page 144

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room. This happened in Johnstown. The man's name was Fitzgerald and the woman's name was Morris the woman is still alive.

One day Lady Moriss's husband was in the garden and there was a statue of the blessed Virgin in the grounds. He got the statue on his back and broke the head off against a stone. That evening he was in the grounds with hs little son. He was playing. He put the child on his back and broke his neck.

Collector
Maureen Scott
Gender
female
Address
Faythe, Co. Wexford
Informant
Mrs Scott
Gender
female
Address
Faythe, Co. Wexford
Language
English

If a child raises his hand to his mother his hand will be uncovered over the grave when he dies. My mother told me the following story. Long ago a

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