School: Kilcoole (B.), Delgany

Location:
Kilcoole, Co. Wicklow
Teacher:
Thomas Butler

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band coming up the street when he looked up he saw a crowd of faries coming for him he tried to run but the faries caught him and brought him down to the Raheen he saw many strange things when the faries were taken him home he began to curse terrible they threw him in a river and some men found him the next morning before he died he told them this story.
My father Mr C. Green told me this stone story.
One upon a time when St. Kevin's lived in Glendalough and he was looking for a (sight) site to build seven churche's so he went into a farm yard one day and he saw a goose and he went over to it and hushed it and it flew seven miles all round and every mile he went he lit and St Kevin built a church and ever after it is called the seven churches.
James Greene. Kilcoole.

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Once upon a time when St. kevin's lived in Glendalough and he was looking for a cite to built seven churche's so he went into a farm yard one day...

One upon a time when St. Kevin lived in Glendalough and he was looking for a (sight) site to build seven churche's so he went into a farm yard one day and he saw a goose and he went over to it and hushed it and it flew seven miles all round and every mile he went he lit and St Kevin built a church and ever after it is called the seven churches.

Collector
James Greene
Gender
male
Address
Kilcoole, Co. Wicklow
Informant
Mr C. Greene
Relation
parent
Gender
male
Language
English