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- (continued from previous page)and coming out at John's Clarke's lane. It was called "bóthar an gaduidhe".
There is an old mass path at the front of our house. It was the path to Couraguneen chapel.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
- On Shrove Tuesday the people of this district gets married mostly.
The people in every house in this district make pancakes on that day and puts a ring in the dough of one of them before baking and whoever gets the ring would be said to be married before the Shrove Tuesday of the following year.
On May-day the people of each house makes a May-bush with flowers and blossomed blackthorn and then sticks it in the thatch over the door.
People would not give away anything on May Day for they say they would be giving away their luck.
On Bonefire Night a bonefire is lighted in this district. What is burnt is a couple of blocks of deal and a load of turf and then a bottle of paraffin oil is sprinkled on it(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.