School: Ballyconnell (B.)

Location:
Ballyconnell, Co. Cavan
Teacher:
James Mulligan

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mud and sour buttermilk. Nearly all the land is hilly and dry. All the houses are slated but one.

John Mc Kiernan
Scotstown
Ballyconnell

My Home District.
I live in the townland of Snugborough. There are over twenty families in the townland and about 96 people and there are 12 ruins of houses. The names most common are Freehill and Carberry. There are some people over seventy in the townland. It is said Snugborough got its name from been a snug place. There is some of the land Moorey, some of it hilly and some of it clayey. The farmers' houses' are thatched and the labours' cottages' are slated. In olden times there were woods

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Collector
Steven O' Brien
Gender
male
Address
Snugborough, Co. Cavan
Language
English