School: Ballyconnell (B.)

Location:
Ballyconnell, Co. Cavan
Teacher:
James Mulligan

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0967, Page 327

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There are 15 of 16 families in Carramore. There is 51 and 60 people in it. The most of the houses are thatched except 8 or 9. On one side of Carramore there is a glen between it and Snugboro and it is seperated from the other townlands by ditches. The centre of Carramore is good land, but the bottom is marshy and the top boggy.

Bernard Freehill
Carramore
Ballyconnell

Collector
Bernard Freehill
Gender
male
Address
Carrowmore, Co. Cavan
Language
English

There are ninteen people in Scotstown and four families. The way Scotstown got its name was because there was an old barracks in it with Scotch Guards. There are two old people in the district and two old ruins. One of the ruins was made of

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Collector
John Mc Kiernan
Gender
male
Address
Scotchtown or Gortawee, Co. Cavan
Language
English