School: Bailieboro (Model)

Coill an Chollaigh, Co. an Chabháin
A. Ó Dubhda
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 1011, Page 076

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    of iron, and some of the crosses are ornamented.
    The families are nearly always buried in their own graveyard. The tombstones in the graveyard situated in Drumbannon are flat on the graves and it is hard to see the writing on some of them.
    Moybologue is the oldest graveyard in the district, and kings and queens are buried in it. There are trees in the graveyards. In the old churchyard there are graves over one hundred years old. There are no stories about the graveyards.
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