Scoil: Cappamore (B.) (uimhir rolla 7480)

An Cheapach Mhór, Co. Luimnigh
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on May Eve. On May Eve the farmers also sprinkle Easter water on all their animals so that there would be no piseogs made on them.

Most people shake holy water on the cows and horses, and on the field and gardens on May Eve. It is lucky to shake holy water on gardens, and it is said that you would have a good crop in the garden that holy water is sprinkled on. If you sold potatoes for seed on May eve, the people that would buy the potatoes would have a bad crop. The old people used believe in these stories which are very sinful to believe in.

John Maher
Gort na Scairbhe, Co. Luimnigh

Long ago, there lived a man who name was Tom Conors, Cappamore, Co. Limerick and he used to make piseogs every May Eve. He used

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