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  1. (no title)

    A woman named Nora O' Donnell lived in Tiernaleague, Carndonagh about twelve years ago.

    Language
    English
  2. (no title)

    In the year 1891 there was supposed to be a haunted house in Milltown, Carndonagh.

    Language
    English
  3. (no title)

    About fifty years ago woman lived in Carndonagh and her name was Sally Ailo.

    Language
    English
  4. (no title)

    There was a house in Collin, near Carndonagh called the "Step In".

    Language
    English
  5. (no title)

    About seventy years ago a man named Mac Devitt lived Tiernaleague, Carndonagh.

    Language
    English
  6. Death Signs

    Two children belonging to Mr Daniel Doherty, Altohay, Carndonagh, died about twenty five years ago.

    Language
    English
    Informant
    Daniel Doherty
    Age
    60
  7. (no title)

    About seventy years ago there were rocks and flags of stone in the middle of a field in Casheleraw, near Carndonagh.

    Language
    English
  8. (no title)

    One winters night Sarah Ned's brother who lived where his sister lives in Mullins, Carndonagh was coming home from a wake.

    Language
    English
  9. (no title)

    About ninety years ago my great grandfather, John Kearney of Cashelcraw, Carndonagh, was quarring stones in a field near the house.

    Language
    English
  10. (no title)

    When the people of Carndonagh were carting on the Derry road there was a man named Tom Doherty coming home from Derry with a load of goods.

    Language
    English
  11. (no title)

    Between seventy and eighty years ago a strange woman came to the house at present occupied by Sarah and Mary Kearney, The Mullins, Carndonagh.

    Language
    English
  12. (no title)

    A man called Willie O'Donnell, The Mullins, Carndonagh, returned from Australia, in the year of 1913.

    Language
    English
  13. (no title)

    About twelve years ago a man named Patrick Mc Gonagle now residing at the Millbrae cottage Carndonagh.

    Language
    English
  14. (no title)

    About twelve years a man called Patrick Mc Gonagle of Carndonagh, now living at Milbrae, beside the convent school, joined the Free State Army and was stationed in the Curragh of Kildare.

    Language
    English
  15. (no title)

    About fifty years ago there was a vacant house in this district near Collin, Carndonagh, which was for sale.

    Language
    English