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  1. (gan teideal)

    About ninety years ago the Raes were the landlords of the lands of each side of Derrymore river.

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    Daniel O' Sullivan, Thomas O' Sullivan

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  2. (gan teideal)

    On Whit Monday, 22nd July 1893, a disaster occurred at Camp Bridge on the Tralee and Dingle Railway.

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    Daniel O' Sullivan, Thomas O' Sullivan

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  3. (gan teideal)

    In the year of the Treaty 1921 a train left Tralee with a crowd of people to attend the anniversary of Thomas Ashe's death.

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    Daniel O' Sullivan, Mrs. Thomas O' Sullivan

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  4. (gan teideal)

    About forty years ago all the poor people of Derrymore and Clasheen got score ground from the farmers of the place.

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    Daniel O' Sullivan, Mrs Thomas O' Sulllivan

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  5. (gan teideal)

    About thirty five years ago a single engine left Tralee for Dingle on a trial run.

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    Daniel O' Sullivan, Thomas O' Sullivan

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  6. (gan teideal)

    On the 19th February, 1921Commander Michael Mc Elligott 6th Battalion IRA was killed in action...

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    Daniel O' Sullivan, Thomas O' Sullivan

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  7. (gan teideal)

    About twenty five years ago a train left Tralee at six o clock in the morning for Dingle.

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    Daniel O' Sullivan, Thomas O' Sullivan

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  8. (gan teideal)

    In olden times the people travelled the old Tralee to Dingle road on horseback.

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    Daniel O' Sullivan, Thomas O' Sullivan

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  9. (gan teideal)

    Christmas is a time of great joy and feasting.

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    Daniel O' Sullivan, Thomas O' Sullivan

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  10. (gan teideal)

    In Cathar Cun Rí in the Slíabh Mis mountains there are the rins of Fionn Mac Cumhail's castle.

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    Daniel O' Sullivan, Thomas O' Sullivan

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  11. (gan teideal)

    There are the ruins of an ancient church between Tom Sullivan's and Quirkes's farms.

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    Daniel O' Sullivan, Thomas O' Sullivan

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  12. (gan teideal)

    In the lands of Julia Quirke in Derrymore there are the remains of an old fort.

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    Daniel O' Sullivan, Thomas O' Sullivan

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  13. (gan teideal)

    In the lands of Martin Sayers at Derrymore there are the ruins of an ancient fort.

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    Daniel O' Sullivan, Martin Sayer

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  14. (gan teideal)

    Long ago there lived a man in Derrymore.

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    Daniel O' Sullivan, Thomas O' Sullivan

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  15. (gan teideal)

    About sixty years ago there lived a man named Lenihan in a little thatched house in a field called "Móinfhéar Mór" in Derrymore West.

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    Daniel O' Sullivan, Thomas O' Sullivan

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  16. (gan teideal)

    In the year 1910 the Railway Company got the railway line removed from the Curra Dubh bridge to a new one father in from the road.

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    Daniel O' Sullivan, Thomas O' Sullivan

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  17. (gan teideal)

    About thirty years ago Major Chute lived at Glenfield in Camp.

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    Daniel O' Sullivan, Thomas O' Sullivan

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  18. (gan teideal)

    Long ago there lived a tailor in Derrymore.

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    Daniel O' Sullivan, Thomas O' Sullivan

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  19. (gan teideal)

    Sir Edward Denny was a landlord living in England.

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    Daniel O' Sullivan, Thomas O' Sullivan

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  20. (gan teideal)

    About twenty-five years ago a man named Mike Mahoney from Inch went to bu cattle at Dingle Fair.

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    Daniel O' Sullivan, Thomas O' Sullivan

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