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There was a school in Dalgan long ago and Protestants used to teach Protestant children in it. There is no track of it to be found now. There was a man digging these one day and he dug up the foundation. There are trees in its place now. It was not always a Protestant school because when the Protestants were dead and gone the Catholics took it and made a Catholic school out of it. One day the children were running about and a little boy fell and broke his leg and that minute a spring of water came through the ground. The boy went to hospital but his leg would not be fixed and he died. The water which came from the ground became a well and it is there yet. It changes every Summer.

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Michael Mitchell
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John O' Dea
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