School: Kilcoole (B.), Delgany

Kilcoole, Co. Wicklow
Thomas Butler

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awoke the whole house-hold. They all came up to his room and heard a soft voice saying "Rosmor" "Rosmor" "Rosmor" The man took note of the time and all went back to bed. In the morning a servant came and told them that Lord Rosmor was dead and the time which was the same time as the time of the noise.

Once upon a time a farmer sowed oats in a large fairy ring and the oats got ripe and were cut and were going to be drawn in.

Then the farmer came out with his men to draw in the oats but as they came near the fairy ring the farmer saw all the sheaves getting thrown up in the air but could not see who threw them up in the air and when the oats hit the groud there was not a grain to be seen. The farmer blessed himself and said "I have sowed the oats on the fairy ring.

James Connolly