Scoil: Ceapach an tSeagail

Suíomh:
Ceapaigh an tSeagail, Co. na Gaillimhe
Múinteoir:
Antoine Ó Monacháin

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to do it. He also carried seven [wts] of wheat in England knee deep in straw.

Mr. Martin F. French owned a property in Ballinamore and he was a native of the place also. He was very tall and strong. One day he was walking through his property, and he saw six men trying to change a large stone pillar and they were not able. He told them to move aside and that he would change it. He did so, and he had a new pair of shoes on him, and he put his toes out through them. He is dead now.
Collector Mary Lohan, Mail Road, Cappatagle, Ballinasloe,
Got from Mrs. Mc.Loughlin, Mail Road, Cappatagle, Ballinasloe.

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Local Heroes (Continued)
There was a man called Thomas Banberry in Cappatagle. He could take five hundred weight on his chest. He did this in Mr. Patrick Cambells in the townland of Donaree and in the parish of

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