Scoil: Walterstown (uimhir rolla 10356)

Suíomh:
Walterstown, Co. na Mí
Múinteoir:
Proinseas, Bean Uí Cheallaigh

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Walterstown | Bailiúchán na Scol

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Bailiúchán na Scol, Imleabhar 0686, Leathanach 099

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Ar an leathanach seo

When a frog come in, it is going to be wet. When there is a ring around the moon,m it is a sign of wet weather. When there are little bubbles on the water, it is going to be wet. When the swallows fly low, it is going to be wet. When they fly high. it is going to be fine, When the cat sits with its back to the fire, there is going to be a storm. When all the cattle get in a heap, it is going to be wet. When the smoke from the chimney goes up straight, it is going to be fine and if it sweeps down to the ground it is going to be wet.

Written by
Florence Kavanagh,
Walterstown,
Garlow Cross,
Navan.
Given by
Mr Claude Kavanagh, (farmer)
Walterstown,
Garlow Cross,
Navan (50 years).

(gan teideal)

Paddy Wheeler, who lived around Walterstown, used to be fishing and the bobbies used to be out after him.

Paddy Wheeler, who lived around Walterstown, used to be fishing and the bobbies used to be after him. This night he went down to Danestown Bridge and got under it. Two bobbies came along and Paddy heard one say "I don't think Paddy will come to-night". So they went home. Paddy never caught as many fish in his life as he did that night and he was never poor after that either. (6 December 1927).

Writter by
Florence Kavanagh,
Walterstown,
Garlow Cross,
Navan
Given by
Michael Byrd (road-worker)
Walterstown,
Garlow Cross,
Navan.

Bailitheoir
Florence Kavanagh
Inscne
baineann
Seoladh
Walterstown, Co. na Mí
Faisnéiseoir
Michael Byrd
Inscne
fireann
Gairm bheatha
road worker
Seoladh
Walterstown, Co. na Mí
Teanga
Béarla

At the time Paddy Wheeler lived in Walterstown, The Boushla River was full of trout. Paddy used catch them with his hand.

Written by
Mrs. Kelly, N.J.
Walterstown N.S.
Garlow Cross
Navan
05/05/1938
Given by John Byrd, (Farm-Worker)
Kentstown,
Brownstown,
Navan.