Scoil: Baile Aodha (C.). Inis (uimhir rolla 13419)

Suíomh:
Baile Uí Aodha, Co. an Chláir
Múinteoir:
Bríd, Bean Uí Dhuibhgeanáin

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Hidden Treasure

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Hidden Treasure

About fifty years ago there lived a man named James Noonan, in the parish of Kilmaley.

About fifty years ago there lived a man named James Noonan, in the parish of Kilmaley. He was working for a neighbouring man named Conlon. The work he was set to do was cutting turf. He suddenly came upon some metal which when thrown up was found to be a pot. He broke the pot with the spade he had in his hands. A piece of tallow stuck to the spade and as the mark of a coin was on the tallow he knew it was a pot of gold he found. He was about to bend down for the pot when a swarm of little insects rose up and made at him. They followed him across a field making a sound like [?]"Ge Ge". He ran to the master's house to tell the story but was sacked for leaving his work.
The above was told to Agatha O'Sullivan by her father Patrick O'Sullivan aged 56 years. Tiermaclane, Ennis, Co. Clare Farmer

Bailitheoir
Agatha O' Sullivan
Inscne
baineann
Seoladh
Tír Mhic Calláin, Co. an Chláir
Faisnéiseoir
Patrick O' Sullivan
Gaol
tuismitheoir
Inscne
fireann
Aois
56
Gairm bheatha
farmer
Seoladh
Tír Mhic Calláin, Co. an Chláir
Teanga
Béarla