School: Coratillon

Location:
Corratillan, Co. Cavan
Teacher:
Michael O' Beirn

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peculiarly, going across the fields. Mr. O' Reilly said he did, and that he never heard the air he was whistling, before. He then told him the way he had disappeared, and the other man was very mystified also. The little man was not seen afterwards. The bean-Sí was often seen in the district, as were also fairies.

2nd Story.

Once, Mr John Dolan (deceased) Teeboy, Bawnboy, Co. Cavan was passing Arderry Fort, Bawnboy, Co. Cavan, late at night, and a live coal rolled down the fort to him, and he lit his pipe with it.
The local name for the Leipreachan in this district is a '' geanncanach. ''
He lives in a fort and is usually dressed in

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Collector
Maureen Byrne
Gender
female
Address
Muineal, Co. Cavan
Informant
Mr M. Byrne
Gender
male
Address
Muineal, Co. Cavan
Language
English