Scoil: St. Mary's (B.), Droichead Átha (uimhir rolla 15125)

Droichead Átha, Co. Lú
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Ar an leathanach seo

(ar lean ón leathanach roimhe)

with (him) the match. He wore a College Cap and Cloak with knee britches and leggins and brown shoes. When he looked at his face it was like a bladder, He stood by Paddy for about half an hour. When his time came to go he tore up the ground with the roaring. Paddy left the fields with his rabbits and dog. went he got on the Newtown road he fainted, he was carried into a house and brought home next morning.
He was two Months in bed and a priest had to read over him three times.

This is a true story, I have seen the Red House and the Stone many a time when I was working there. and the small stones with the print marks on them.
Clogherhead is in the parish of Haggarts Cross in the farm of Nucams. It is about quarter of a mile from the Pier. on the right hand side looking out

(leanann ar an chéad leathanach eile)
Matthew Reilly
An Seanchnoc, Co. Lú
Thomas Reilly
An Seanchnoc, Co. Lú