School: Cilltighearnáin/Kiltiernan (roll number 11812)

Kiltiernan West, Co. Galway
S. Ó Beirn
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0033C, Page 03_018

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0033C, Page 03_018

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    stretched outwards. If he leaves his hand in the plate where the ring is, it is said he will get married soon. If he leaves it on the water it means he will cross the water very soon. If he leaves it on the clay it means death very soon.
    At night the hearth is very warm, two grains of wheat are placed on the hearth they are supposed two in the place when is supposed to get married Miss is put on one. After a while one grain jumps away they say they will not be married. If the girl jumps away they say its the girls breaks the match.
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    1. events
      1. events (by time of year) (~11,476)
        1. Halloween (~934)
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