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- The greatest snowstorm that I heard of was in 1917 and it lasted for three weeks and it was six feet deep and a lot of people lost their sheep and lambs and the children could not go to school for two weeks.
There was also a great rainfall thirty years ago and the bogs moved and some people were lost also houses. May people were going to see the moving bogs.
There was a woman caught with the bogs by the name of Mrs Mc Donnell. The bogs moved(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.