School: Nuadhchongbháil (Nohoval) (roll number 10326)

Location:
An Scairt, Co. Chiarraí
Teacher:
Siobhán, Bean Uí Riada
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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0444, Page 221

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  1. Patrick Culloty of Gortatlea shot in France in 1918, was a noted singer. He was a post boy for the districts of Bally McPierce, Woodville, Magh, Maghlass and Gortatlea.
    He used to sing at ball nights held in neighbouring houses and at amusements held at sports. His favourite songs were "Skibbereen" "Michael O'Dwyer" and "The Croppy Boy". He was 23 years when he died.
    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
  2. There was a man used travel round the district of Castleisland known as "The Raw Boy". His right name was Jerry Hogan. He used to go from house to house every night singing. His favourite song was "Rory of the Hill". Rory shot a landlord named Scully.
    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.