List of schools and items where this name is mentioned

counties

  1. Mayo (19)

Stories

  1. (no title)

    There was a man knocking around this district. I could not ascertain his name or any more information about him, beyond the fact that he did exist at any rate this man was the proud owner of a watch.

    Language
    English
    Collector
    Seán S. Ó Raghallaigh
    Occupation
    múinteoir
    Collector
    John Gallagher
  2. (no title)

    There was once a man named Luke Connor from this district (around Moylaw). It is often I heard by father speak of him, God rest his soul.

    Language
    English
    Collector
    Seán S. Ó Raghallaigh
    Occupation
    múinteoir
    Informant
    Pat Herbert
  3. (no title)

    There is a woman living in Ballina Street, Crossmolina. Her name is Mrs. Cronin. She is a bone-setter.

    Language
    English
    Collector
    Seán S. Ó Raghallaigh
    Occupation
    múinteoir
  4. (no title)

    Mr. John Gallagher, Eskeragh and others tell me that the western end of Eskeragh village (where this school is situated) was commonly called "Baile Thiar" some twenty years ago and the practice is occasionally observed yet by the old people.

    Language
    English
    Collector
    Seán S. Ó Raghallaigh
    Occupation
    múinteoir
    Informant
    Mr John Gallagher
  5. (no title)

    About 60 years ago or more, Pat Cadden, who was an uncle of mine, lived where Martin Cairns lives now, that is, you know, on the south side of the road on your way home to Eskeragh, between Michael Donnelly's and Paddy Holmes'.

    Language
    English
    Collector
    Seán S. Ó Raghallaigh
    Occupation
    múinteoir
    Informant
    Pat Herbert
    Age
    circa 85
  6. (no title)

    George Carter, landlord, built the present Ballymunnelly School for the benefit of his tenants.

    Language
    English
    Collector
    Seán S. Ó Raghallaigh
    Occupation
    múinteoir
    Informant
    Pat Herert
    Age
    circa 85
  7. (no title)

    About the year 1870 Mr Mervin Pratt, a father of the present Mr Joe Pratt, was landlord of this locality.

    Language
    English
    Collector
    Seán S. Ó Raghallaigh
    Occupation
    múinteoir
    Informant
    Pat Herbert
    Age
    circa 85
  8. (no title)

    There is another kind of knot called 'Snaidhm na Circe", of which use is made to cure hens suffering from sore feet, or at least so I have been informed by the Mrs. Barrett already referred to.

    Language
    English
    Collector
    Seán S. Ó Raghallaigh
    Occupation
    múinteoir
    Informant
    Mrs Barrett
    Occupation
    múinteoir