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  1. (gan teideal)

    A woman named Nora O' Donnell lived in Tiernaleague, Carndonagh about twelve years ago.

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  2. (gan teideal)

    In the year 1891 there was supposed to be a haunted house in Milltown, Carndonagh.

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  3. (gan teideal)

    About fifty years ago woman lived in Carndonagh and her name was Sally Ailo.

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  4. (gan teideal)

    There was a house in Collin, near Carndonagh called the "Step In".

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  5. (gan teideal)

    About seventy years ago a man named Mac Devitt lived Tiernaleague, Carndonagh.

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  6. Death Signs

    Two children belonging to Mr Daniel Doherty, Altohay, Carndonagh, died about twenty five years ago.

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    Faisnéiseoir
    Daniel Doherty
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  7. (gan teideal)

    About seventy years ago there were rocks and flags of stone in the middle of a field in Casheleraw, near Carndonagh.

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  8. (gan teideal)

    One winters night Sarah Ned's brother who lived where his sister lives in Mullins, Carndonagh was coming home from a wake.

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  9. (gan teideal)

    About ninety years ago my great grandfather, John Kearney of Cashelcraw, Carndonagh, was quarring stones in a field near the house.

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  10. (gan teideal)

    When the people of Carndonagh were carting on the Derry road there was a man named Tom Doherty coming home from Derry with a load of goods.

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  11. (gan teideal)

    Between seventy and eighty years ago a strange woman came to the house at present occupied by Sarah and Mary Kearney, The Mullins, Carndonagh.

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  12. (gan teideal)

    A man called Willie O'Donnell, The Mullins, Carndonagh, returned from Australia, in the year of 1913.

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  13. (gan teideal)

    About twelve years ago a man named Patrick Mc Gonagle now residing at the Millbrae cottage Carndonagh.

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  14. (gan teideal)

    About twelve years a man called Patrick Mc Gonagle of Carndonagh, now living at Milbrae, beside the convent school, joined the Free State Army and was stationed in the Curragh of Kildare.

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  15. (gan teideal)

    About fifty years ago there was a vacant house in this district near Collin, Carndonagh, which was for sale.

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