School: Naomh Bríghid, Blackwater (roll number 7036)

Blackwater, Co. Wexford
Diarmuid Ó Súilleabháin

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0886, Page 107

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Cuden Dempsey when coming home one night at 9 p.m. saw a dresser of delph in John Darby's gravel hole.
Margaret Murray while milking at C Dempsey's was set upon by a woman carrying a basket who knocked her down and promptly disappeared.

Pat Dempsey (brother of Aiden's) saw a child in white climb to the barn loft to totally disappear.
Present day children (including my own) imagine they see lights in 'Aiden's loft' as they say.

Miss O'Connor mentions the following:
Pat Hackett Oulart
Guilfoyle N.T. The 'Star of Mílnead - townland some three miles off.
Bernard McCabe - The first N.T. of Blackwater B.N.S.
The 'Leary's' Ballyvaldon

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Miss O' Connor