School: Kilbane, Broadford

Location:
Kilbane, Co. Clare
Teacher:
John Haugh

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0587, Page 196

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Ileennagrayna : A "file" in Con Slattery's field in Cloongaheen facing eastwards (Aillín na Gréine).
Clonar : A townland in Upper Kilbane owned by P. Gunning and P. O'Neill of a stony barren nahire (Cloc Fhuar)
Gurtahorn : Moroney's field in Fermoyle. (possibly Gort nah Eornan) Old people remember to have seen barley growing here.
Caumethan : A townland between Ballyquin and Fermoyle. The land is uneven and consists of a large number of ridges. It is also covered with furze. (Cam Aitinn)
Ileagamaun : A wild "file" in Ballymoloney intensively wooded up to about twenty years (Cill na gCamán) This district was noted for famous hurling teams and matches played as far back as 70 years ago before the G.A.A. was founded are still spoken of in the locality.
Kileen : In Ballyquin. There is here a burial ground for unbaptized children. (Cillin).
Gurtanisge : Gunning's marshy field in Killeagy. After very heavy fall of rain a portion of this field is submerged (Gort an uisge)

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Collector
Kathleen Gunning
Gender
female
Collector
Nancy Haugh
Gender
female
Collector
Kathleen Sweeney
Gender
female
Collector
Lizzie O' Halloran
Gender
female
Collector
William Shanahan
Gender
male
Collector
Lucy Ryan
Gender
female
Informant
Patrick O' Neill
Gender
male
Age
84
Address
Kilbane, Co. Clare
Informant
Pat Casey
Gender
male
Age
98
Address
Kilbane, Co. Clare
Informant
Michael Larkin
Gender
male
Age
60
Address
Kilbane, Co. Clare
Language
mixed
Location
Kilbane