List of schools and items where this name is mentioned

counties

  1. Meath (40)

Stories

  1. (no title)

    When a cat scrapes you, just pull as much "down" as would come with you at once and out it on the scrape.

    Language
    English
    Collector
    Alphonsus G. O' Kelly
    Informant
    John Byrd
    Occupation
    farm-worker
  2. (no title)

    Johnny Traynor, Grandfather of the present Traynors) who lived at Walterstown Castle, was coming home one night from Navan when he heard steps hurrying after him.

    Language
    English
    Collector
    Alphonsus G. O' Kelly
    Informant
    John Byrd
    Occupation
    farm-worker
  3. (no title)

    Near the house where Dicky Kierans is living, in the Lismullon Road, there is a hill called Saddle Hill.

    Language
    English
    Collector
    Alphonsus G. O' Kelly
    Informant
    John Byrd
    Occupation
    farm-worker
  4. (no title)

    Caudie Maguire was sent to Duleek for cattle by Old Peter Austin of Slanduff.

    Language
    English
    Collector
    Mary B. Kelly
    Informant
    John Byrd
    Occupation
    farm-worker
  5. (no title)

    Peter Cullen, or Cullen the Slater was a slater by trade and he lived about Walterstown somewhere.

    Language
    English
    Collector
    Alphonsus G. O' Kelly
    Informant
    John Byrd
    Age
    55
    Occupation
    farm-worker
  6. (no title)

    Johnny Mulligan, a carpenter who lived in the Drogheda Road, Walterstown, used to be ceilidhing up about Runahan (Kentstown Parish).

    Language
    English
    Collector
    Alphonsus G. O' Kelly
    Informant
    John Byrd
    Occupation
    farm-worker
  7. (no title)

    At the time Paddy Wheeler lived in Walterstown, The Baushla River was full of trout.

    Language
    English
    Collector
    Mrs Kelly
    Informant
    John Byrd
    Occupation
    farm-worker
  8. (no title)

    Mrs Gaffney who lived at Proudstown say about 20 yds at this side of Browne's House was getting water at the well at the off side of the road.

    Language
    English
    Collector
    Mary B. O' Kelly
    Informant
    John Byrd
    Occupation
    farm-worker
  9. (no title)

    There used to be two men shovelling wheat in the Lime-kiln Hill, just opposite Michael Byrd's door on the Drogheda-Trim Road.

    Language
    English
    Collector
    Mary B. Kelly
    Informant
    John Byrd
    Occupation
    farm-worker